World Federation of Diamond Bourses

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The World Federation of Diamond Bourses, founded in 1947, was created to provide bourses trading in rough and polished diamonds and precious stones with a common set of trading practices. It is composed of 29 member diamond bourses. Their headquarters are in Antwerp. Members of The World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) act as a medium for wholesale diamond exchange, trading both polished and rough diamonds. The WFDB consists of independent diamond bourses in major cutting centers such as Tel Aviv, Antwerp, Johannesburg and other cities across the USA, Europe and Asia. The WFDB provides a legal framework and convenes to enact regulations for its members. The following is a list of the 29 bourses.

  • Antwerpsche Diamantkring CVBA (Belgium)
  • Bangkok Diamonds and Precious Stones Exchange (Thailand)
  • Beurs voor Diamanthandel CVBA (Netherlands)
  • Commodity Exchange Bratislava (Slovakia)
  • Bharat Diamond Bourse (India)
  • Borsa Diamanti D'Italia (Italy)
  • Diamant- und Edelsteinbörse E.V. (Germany)
  • Diamant-Club Wien (Austria)
  • Diamantclub van Antwerpen CVBA (Belgium)
  • Diamond Bourse of Southeast United States, Inc.
  • Diamond Chamber of Russia
  • Diamond Club West Coast, Inc. (United States)
  • Diamond Dealers Club (United States)
  • Diamond Dealers Club of Australia
  • Diamond Dealers Club of South Africa
  • Diamond Exchange of Singapore
  • Dubai Diamond Exchange
  • Hong Kong Diamond Bourse Ltd. (People's Republic of China)
  • Istanbul Gold and Diamond Exchange (Turkey)
  • Moscow Diamond Bourse (Russian Federation)
  • Panama Diamond Exchange
  • Shanghai Diamond Exchange (People's Republic of China)
  • The Israel Diamond Exchange Ltd.
  • The Israel Precious Stones and Diamonds Exchange Ltd.
  • The London Diamond Bourse and Club (United Kingdom)
  • The New Israel Club for Commerce in Diamonds Ltd.
  • Tokyo Diamond Exchange Inc. (Japan)
  • Vereniging Beurs voor den Diamanthandel (Netherlands)
  • Vrige Diamanthandel NV (Netherlands)

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