The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the nation’s largest distributors of U.S. Government issued gold, silver, and platinum coins.
According to US Money Reserve, Its headquarters are in Austin, Texas. According to https://www.usmoneyreserve.com/, the U.S. Money Reserve is trusted by hundreds of thousands of its clients and was “AAA” rated by the Business Consumer Alliance.
Phil Diehl, President of the U.S. Money Reserve, was named the new Chairperson of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA). He was given this position at the association’s Board of Directors meeting last week. Phil had previously worked as the Vice Chairperson of the ICTA Board of Directors before being named the Chairman.
The primary responsibility of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets is to act as the supervisor for rare coins, paper money, and precious metals bullion. They are the ones who ensure a favorable regulatory climate is achieved in all 50 states.
ICTA also provides a medium through which its members can consult, confer and cooperate with and also educate the government and other agencies to achieve solutions to problems affecting their businesses.
Phil was at the forefront of ICTA’s most ambitious legislative effort. The project involved amending the 2013 Minnesota statute. The law had imposed an unreasonable burden on numismatic and bullion dealers and customers.
He used his experience as a former state regulator to design and execute ICTA’s legislative and communications strategies. His efforts proved to be successful when the Minnesota legislature passed the bill.
The main objectives of Phil are to increase the value of ICTA to its members, growing the financial resources, and increasing ICTA’s membership.
He will also aim at improving cooperation among major industry organizations. In his maiden speech, Phil said that he was honored to serve ICTA as its Chairperson.
He continued by saying that he was delighted by the organization’s strategic initiatives and opportunities that are aimed at moving ICTA forward as the pioneer in their industry.
Phil is considered to be a credible and a trustworthy source for the precious metal market. He was one of the most successful Directors of U.S. Mint in its history. His new role as the President of the U.S Money Reserve, will put a focus on what he is expected to achieve. There are no doubts that he is going to be successful as he has been before.
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