Philip Diehl, President of U.S. Money Reserve Joins Enterprise Radio


The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the largest distributors of government issued gold, silver and platinum coins and precious metals in the United States. Philip Diehl brings his expertise to the table to provide a leadership role. He also now joins Enterprise Radio.

Diehl certainly brings experience as his previous job as director at the U.S. Mint. He initiated the multi-year customer service overhaul that set into motion for the U.S. Mint to earn the second Highest score of all the Federal agencies as surveyed by the University of Michigan School of Business Customer Satisfaction Index. Also during his tenure at the U.S. Mint he spearheaded the creation of the popular 50 states quarter program. He was responsible for launching the Sacagawea Dollar and the Susan B. Anthony Dollar. The first platinum coin displaying the American Eagle Bullion Coin was very successful also.

The time he spent as chief of staff of the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Staff director of the Senate Finance Committee allowed him to work close with the senior officials and the Executive Branch, as well as on Capitol Hill, Diehl’s was able to understand more in depth of the fiscal and monetary policy that continues to keep him alerted to his work now in the precious metals industry.

All his prior experience helps him to understand the position he now holds as President of the U.S. Money Reserve. He continues to be a member of the boards of Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA), and the Coalition for Equitable Regulations and Taxation (CERT).

The Business Consumer Alliance has announced that U.S. Money Reserve has earned the AAA rating.

The gold veterans at U.S. Money Reserve can help you find a program just for you. It’s your money and knowing the best way to invest it, are these professionals.

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