PAMP was delighted to attend a very special luncheon last month at Istituto Sant'Angelo di Loverciano, located in the company's hometown of Castel San Pietro, Switzerland.

    The nearby school invited representatives of PAMP to an exquisite dining experience prepared by a professional chef with the assistance of the school’s students.

    PAMP CEO, Nadia Haroun and PAMP Creative Director, Glenn Brown joined with the director of the institute, Piercarla Reposo and their respective colleagues to dine on a meal of fresh pasta on the school’s picturesque grounds.

    Since 1950, the institute has offered a professional education to minors and young people, including students with disabilities or problems arising from social hardship, and helps to prepare them for various roles in the workforce.

    Located within the Turconi family's historic 18th century villa, the school’s spectacular surroundings provide the students with a serene and engaging setting that is highly conducive to learning. Complete with a fully functioning farm and vineyard, the property’s facilities are beautifully decorated with magnificent works of Ticinese art that add remarkable aesthetic beauty within the grounds’ wondrous natural surroundings.

    PAMP’s contributions to the institute have aided in the development of its facilities and the expansion of its educational programs. PAMP is proud of its close relationship with the school and believes strongly in the incredible work accomplished within it. That support is further evidence that PAMP's dedication to its local community is a core component of the company's social and environmental responsibility efforts.

    To see PAMP's latest Sustainability Report, please click here.



    PAMP was pleased to be in attendance this month at the 42nd International Precious Metals Conference. The prestigious event hosted by the International Precious Metals Institute (IPMI) was held from June 9th – June 12th in San Antonio, Texas.

    Delegates from all over the world came together at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa for a fantastic four-day event that provided a forum for the exchange of technical, financial, economic, and environmental information relevant to the precious metals industry.

    The informative presentations were given by an international array of recognized leaders and experts in their respective fields. This year’s conference also provided an ideal networking opportunity for over 500 attendees representing more than 30 international companies and organizations.

    Founded in 1976, the IPMI’s mission is to collect, archive and share substantive, definitive and factual information regarding all aspects of precious metals. IPMI members include corporations, universities, and individuals involved in every aspect of the precious metals industry. The IPMI’s annual conference is the largest precious metals conference in the world.

    PAMP was honored to participate in the prestigious event from the International Precious Metals Institute, which provided us with highly beneficial informative presentations and the opportunity to connect with many of the industry’s most prominent companies and organizations.