The President of the United States (U.S.) Money Reserve, Philip N. Diehl, is now the chairman of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) Mr. Diehl will be serving a two year term from 2016 to 2018. This decision was made during a Board of Directors meeting at the beginning of September 2016.
Currently, Mr. Diehl acts as a vice chair of the ICTA’s Board of Directors. Previously, Mr. Diehl acted as a Director of the U.S. Mint. Mr. Diehl has used his extensive experience to reform the ICTA. Mr. Diehl reformed a 2013 Minnesota law, which had placed restrictions on numismatic customers. Mr. Diehl personally re-designed this legislature, which was signed into law in May 2016. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve Wins Four Awards At 20th Annual Videographer Awards For Creative Work
As the chairman of the ICTA, Mr. Diehl will be able to further his efforts with the association. Mr. Diehl will work to improve ICTA’s financial situation, increase its value, and working with other similar cooperations.
The ICTA acts as a community “watchdog” for the rare money in circulation. The ICTA regulates the financial climate in all fifty states. The ICTA also communicates with agencies to help businesses with their financial problems.
The U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001. The U.S. Money distributes gold, silver, and platinum made products. Many people use the U.S. Mosey Reserve to increase their assets by purchasing U.S. gold and silver coins.
The U.S. Money Reserve uses a group of qualified professionals in coin research and numerology. The U.S. Money Reserve also establish strong relationships with their clients in order to achieve their mission. Their mission is to provide their clients with the highest quality metals. The U.S. Money Reserve trades gold, silver, and platinum coins, as well as gold and silver bullions, for U.S. customers and dealers. The company is based in Austin, Texas.