Angela Koch, CEO of U.S. Money Reserve Becomes a ‘Huffington Post’ Contributor
The US Money Reserve is a reputable seller of gold, platinum and silver products. In particular, the firm distributes precious metals’ products, which are made by the US Mint. The company’s CEO, Angela Koch, received the honor of becoming a contributor to the Huffington Post. As the Chief Executive Officer of the firm, Koch is responsible for every aspect of the company’s operations while setting a pace and culture for the entire organization.
Koch has an extensive experience in business planning mergers, acquisitions, due diligence, strategy, and operations. Koch purposes to share her vast understanding of how people can run successful businesses. Koch plans to use the Huffington Post as an avenue to cover various topics relating to wealth management, culture, business, and leadership.
An article named “Three Ways the Political Conventions Empowered Women” was Koch’s inaugural post on the Huffington Post. In the post, she explores the majority of the notable moments and newsworthy moments in the 2016 Republican National Convention as well as the 2016 Democratic National Convention, which was paramount in inspiring women and female leaders equally.
According to a Youtube video, the US Money Reserve was instituted in 2011 and is based in Austin, Texas. The firm has experienced substantial growth since its inception to become among the largest private distributors of platinum, silver and gold legal tender products of the US and others that are issued by foreign governments.
The US Money Reserve serves a broad spectrum of clientele, which relies on the firm for their asset diversification with precious metals, chiefly in the form of US silver and gold coins.
The US Money Reserve boasts of an extensively trained team of numismatic and coin research professional experts. The team of experts is strategically equipped with proficient knowledge of the market to enable them to find products with the highest profitability potential for buyers of precious metals.