Palladium is a metal very similar in appearance to platinum. This should be no surprise when you learn that palladium is part of the platinum precious metals group along with platinum, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, and osmium. Palladium shares many chemical properties with each of these metals, but is the least dense and has the lowest melting point of all metals from the group.
All Credit Suisse palladium bars are minted ingots. These bars are refined using computer-controlled production processes that result in extreme precision in the edges, cut, weight, and purity of each individual bar.
Baird Mint, known as Baird and Company by its full name, is located in London in the United Kingdom. The company occupies a 30,000 square foot refining facility just outside the city’s limits and was opened for the first time in 1967.
PAMP Suisse is the worlds leading bullion brand, and its most popular design is that of the Roman goddess of fortune, also known as Fortuna. She appears on many of the mints bars in gold, silver, and platinum, as well as palladium.