U.S. Money Reserve President Philip Diehl Named Chairman of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA)

Philip N. Diehl, the US Money Reserve president, was named the new chairman of ICTA (Industry Council for Tangible Assets). His appointment was conducted at Board of Directors meeting scheduled this past week.

Philip Diehl, the former United States Mint Director, served as the board’s vice chairman of ICTA before he was named its president. ICTA is a watchdog organization that seeks to protect paper money, rare coins, and the metal-bullion communities. The association maintains provides a medium through which members consult, confer, and cooperate to offer education to states and other companies to achieve solutions affecting their businesses. ICTA also maintains a regulatory climate for the states in the United States.

Philip Diehl is credited with accomplishing and leading the most ambitious effort ever taken by ICTA at that level. This was a project that involved the reformation of a statute in Minnesota. The law imposes an unrealistic burden on numismatic customers and dealers. While he used his experience in other states including Washington, he executed and designed the communication and legislative strategies in ICTA. To this end, ICTA and Diehl had the Minnesota legislature passed and was signed by its governor in May 2016.

Philip N. Diehl, as the new chairman, has his primary goals to focus on increasing the value of ICTA to its members. He wants the association to grow its financial resources and membership base towards an improved cooperation and communication strategy in the company. According to Philip, he is thrilled to serve for our organization in this capacity as the chairman. He is excited about the opportunity granted to him to move the association forward and its strategic initiatives. For this reason, he wants the company to acquire as the leading organization for regulatory affairs and numismatic legislative.

In history, Philip N. Diehl is considered as one of the most successful directors of the United States Mint. He is also one of the most accomplished presidents of the world’s leading issuer of state-issued platinum, gold, and silver coins. He is considered as trustworthy and credible in the precious metals market.

The United States Money Reserve was founded in 2001. The company is one of the largest distributors of state-issued silver, gold, and platinum products. The company has gained the trust of hundreds of thousands of its loyal clients. They rely on the United states Money Reserve to liquidate their assets to the physical metal bullion. The company has well-trained employees to maintain its high-end standards in the market.

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