World Diamond Council

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The World Diamond Council is an international diamond industry trade association that was formed to oversee the "development, implementation and oversight of a tracking system for the export and import of rough diamonds to prevent the exploitation of diamonds for illicit purposes such as war and inhumane acts." [1]


  • ABN Amro Bank International Division
  • Alrosa Company
  • American Gem Society
  • Antwerpse Diamantbank
  • Ascorp
  • Association of Diamond Manufacturers of Russia
  • Belgian Federation of Diamond Bourses
  • BHP Diamonds & Industrial Metals
  • Canadian Diamond Consultants Inc.
  • Cartier
  • Centre for Expertise, Valuation and Certification (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Codiam
  • Damas
  • De Beers
  • De Beers LV
  • Debswana Diamond Co.
  • Diamond Chamber of Russia
  • Diamond Dealers Club New York
  • Diamond Federation of Hong Kong
  • Diamond Manufacturers and Importers Association
  • Diamond Trading Company
  • Dubai Metals and Commodities Center
  • Eurostar Diamonds Ltd.
  • Gem and Jewelry Export and Promotion
  • Harry Winston, Inc.
  • International Diamond Manufacturers Association
  • International Gemological Institute
  • Israel Diamond Exchange
  • Israel Diamond Institute
  • Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association
  • Jewelers of America
  • Jewelers Vigilance Committee
  • Leviev Group of Companies
  • London Diamond Bourse
  • Manufacturing Jewelers and Suppliers of America
  • Ministry of Mines (Namibia)
  • Namdeb Diamond Corporation
  • Rapaport Corporation
  • Rio Tinto Diamonds
  • Rosy Blue
  • Shanghai Diamond Exchange Co. Ltd.
  • South African Diamond Board
  • Signet Group PLC
  • Tacy Diamond Consultants
  • The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre
  • Tiffany & Co.
  • Union Bank of Israel
  • United Association of South Africa* World Federation of Diamond Bourses
  • Zale Corporation.

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