U.S. Money Reserve, A Trusted Precious Metal Distributor

The U.S. Money Reserve is a precious metal company headquartered in Austin, Texas, founded in 2002 by gold market veterans with the aim of combining expert market knowledge with outstanding customer service and expertise. U.S. Money Reserve is among the largest direct distributors of government-issued silver, gold and platinum coins in the United States. There are over hundreds of thousands of their customers across the globe who have found financial benefit to owning precious metals minted by U.S. Money Reserve.

According to the Business Consumer Alliance, U.S. Money Reserve is rated AAA. They have the distinction of being the only precious metals company that is led by a prior Director of the United States Mint, Philip N. Diehl.

U.S. Money Reserve’s workforce includes over a hundred industry experts, highly knowledgeable and experienced in their specific areas, such as the separate markets for gold, silver and platinum. Professionals working with these precious metals complement the services of numismatic experts and other coin research professionals. Aside from these technical areas, U.S. Money Reserve places a high degree of value on business support systems, customer relations and inventory and supply management.

Philip N. Diehl, President of U.S. Money Reserve, has four decades of experience in the fields of precious metals and political economics. Diehl has served as the 35th Director of the United States Mint and has been the chief of staff for the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Diehl currently serves on the board for the Gold and Silver Political Action Committee (PAC), the Industry Council for Tangible Assets, and the Coalition for Equitable Regulation and Taxation.

Diehl has been awarded the American Society for Public Administration Government Executive Leadership Award and the Treasury Medal for Outstanding Public Service among other public awards in recognition of his service. Diehl is also an accomplished author and authority on the subject of precious metals and monetary and fiscal policy. Diehl’s writing on these subjects has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, CoinWeek Magazine, the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Institutional Investor and other publications. He has also been cited in textbooks such as The Leadership Challenge by Kouzes and Posner and The Art and Science of Leadership by Afsaneh Nahavandi.