An Introduction From Former U.S. Mint Director & President of U.S. Money Reserve Philip N. Diehl
"While serving as the 35th Director of the U.S. Mint, I came to appreciate how essential precious metals are to this country and to those who choose to protect their hard-earned wealth with physical U.S. government-issued gold, silver and platinum.
Precious metals have been a store of wealth worth for centuries and have consistently been a safe haven in the face of economic instability. That is why owning physical gold, silver and platinum remains a recommended method for protecting one’s personal wealth in today’s uncertain global economy.
As one of the largest distributors of precious metals in the nation, U.S. Money Reserve gives you access to our highly-trained team of experienced, knowledgeable industry experts. We provide a secure and convenient method for transferring a portion of your money from the declining value of paper currencies to physical precious metals, which millions of people have entrusted with their futures.
In today’s extremely volatile economic climate, taking the right strategic steps necessary to preserve your life savings is as important as ever. As 35th Director of the United States Mint and former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Treasury Department, taking a leadership role at U.S. Money Reserve was my vote of confidence in this company’s integrity, and I can now extend my personal guarantee that you will be satisfied with our world-class service. I invite you to call us today, and discuss how precious metals can benefit you, your family and the legacy you will leave behind."
Philip N. Diehl
President of U.S. Money Reserve
35th Director of the U.S. Mint (1994–2000)
Former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Treasury Department
Philip N. Diehl Biography
From his creation of the popular 50 States Quarter program to launching the first-ever U.S. Government-issued Platinum coin, Diehl is considered one of the most influential U.S. Mint Directors of the modern era.
Prior to his work at the Mint, Mr. Diehl served as chief of staff of the U.S. Department of the Treasury and as staff director of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee. After serving as staff director of the Senate Finance Committee and chief of staff of the U.S. Treasury, Diehl was nominated by President Bill Clinton to be Director of the United States Mint. By working closely with senior officials in the Executive Branch and on Capitol Hill, he developed a deep understanding of fiscal and monetary policy that continues to inform his work in the precious metals industry.
I know what a deep commitment to customers looks like, and — unlike other gold companies — I had a unique opportunity to witness this same caliber of commitment happening at the U.S. Money Reserve.
Philip N. Diehl, 35th Director of the U.S. Mint and President of U.S. Money Reserve
Mr. Diehl’s legacy at the Mint includes spearheading creation of the popular 50 States Quarter program, which became the most successful collectible in history. He also launched the nation’s first platinum coin, the American Platinum Eagle Bullion Coin, which quickly won the lion’s share of the world market for platinum bullion coins.
- United States Treasury Gold Medal for Outstanding Public Service
- American Society for Public Administration’s Government Executive Leadership Award
- Faith and Politics Institute’s St. Joseph’s Day Award
- Appointed chairman of the Committee on Excellence for the Customer Satisfaction Initiative by Vice President Al Gore
- Outstanding Government Service Award from American Numismatist Association
- Annual Presidential Award from American Numismatist Association
Currently serves as the PRESIDENT OF U.S. MONEY RESERVE, one of the largest and most dependable gold companies in the nation.
President of U.S. Money Reserve
Following his work in Washington, D.C., Diehl returned to his home state of Texas and now serves as president of U.S. Money Reserve. He is also a member of the boards of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) and Coalition for Equitable Regulation and Taxation (CERT) and a co-founder of the Gold and Silver Political Action Committee, which represents the interests of the industry and its clients in Washington, DC.
One of America’s Most Influential Luminaries
Mr. Diehl’s turnaround of the U.S. Mint has been featured in Fast Company, The New York Times, The Washington Post and Advertising Age, among others.
Recently during an interview for the U.S. Gold Report, Mr. Diehl was recently asked why he chose to partner with USMR instead of one of the other companies courting him. He said, “As a former U.S. Mint Director and chief of staff of the U.S. Treasury, I definitely had plenty of choices for the new direction I'd take my career—it was a big decision. Perhaps knowing why I chose U.S. Money Reserve will help new gold buyers make the same choice.
As you know, I led a dramatic turnaround of the U.S. Mint, and I'm often asked how I did it. Two things were crucial: instilling a strong commitment to customer service throughout the Mint and selling an outstanding product. People and product. Within a few years the Mint was renowned for its products and service-- among the very best in American business.
I know what a deep commitment to customers looks like, and I had a unique opportunity to witness this same caliber of commitment happening at the U.S. Money Reserve.
Over many years in the business I've come to know most of our competitors. I can assure you that none of them matches our company in going the extra mile to make sure that our customers are happy doing business with us - and I can confidently say that U.S Money Reserve has grown to become one of the most trusted and experienced U.S. Government gold distributors in the nation.”