The former chief of staff for the U.S. Department of Treasury, Philip Diehl, who is the current president of the U.S. Money Reserve – the nation’s largest distributor of gold, silver and platinum, appeared on the financial podcast, Enterprise Radio and he joined the host, Eric Dye, to discuss the precious metals sector and the U.S. Money Reserve’s leadership in the bullion coin industry.
The 2016 podcast explored the rapid growth and stability of the precious coins industry measured against the current fiat system that waivers and adjusts in an unpredictable way. The podcast revealed that people are becoming more aware of precious coins and its inherent value; subsequently, resulting in more people investing in the precious commodity. U.S. Money Reserve’s customers benefit from investing in precious coins because precious coins have qualitative value over other types of mint, like bullion bars. U.S. Money Reserve’s coins are literally worth its weight in purity and quality, which is backed and guaranteed by the U.S. Government. In addition, the U.S. Money Reserve demonstrates the best return policy and guidelines in the industry, which demonstrates the company’s commitment to offering reliable services.
Diehl has established an impressive legacy during his career in areas of finance, trade and bullion services. In 1992, Philip Diehl was nominated by President Bill Clinton to become the 35th director of the U.S. Mint. Diehl has a vast knowledge base about the way bullion and legal tender affect the global economy. During Diehl’s tenure at the Mint he launched the most successful coin program in the Mint’s history. He reformed the Mint to become more compatible with modern systems opposed to operating on antiquated systems. He also garnered a favorable reputation within the Mint for making the entire organization more customer-oriented, and he also built metric systems to rate customer satisfaction.
According to Crunchbase, Diehl’s accomplishments in the financial sector are a direct result of a lot of hard work and his experience with successfully trading and managing currency on all continents. As the sitting president of U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl has injected his customer-oriented philosophy into the ranks and culture of the company, and he has subsequently raised the level of accountability and commitment that the company has for its customers.
Diehl is very active in many sectors of the finance industry as a sitting member of various boards, such as the Coalition for Equitable Regulation and Taxation (CERT), Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) and he helped to establish the Gold and Silver Political Action Committee to serve an an advocate on Capitol Hill for the precious coins industry.