FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Industry Council for Tangible Assets Appoints John Fisher as Vice Chairman
At the Industry Council for Tangible Assets Board of Directors meeting on August 10 in Anaheim, California, John Fisher was named ICTA’s new vice chairman.
“I am honored to continue serving on the ICTA Board of Directors, especially in the executive board position of Vice Chairman. The ICTA team is diligently making a regulatory and protective difference in the precious-metals industry,” says John Fisher, president of Fisher Precious Metals. “Without ICTA, the precious-metals industry—and consequently, our clients—would be exposed to unnecessary regulation and overreach.” Fisher served on ICTA’s board for four years prior to being appointed to the executive board.
Fisher Precious Metals, based in the Fort Lauderdale metro area, is a privately held precious-metals firm specializing in wealth and asset protection. The company offers precious-metal coins and bars in gold, silver, platinum, and palladium from the United States and sovereign mints. In addition to offering such products for investment purchase, Fisher Precious Metals also provides digital authentication of all of the products they both buy and sell.
Founded in 2007, by seasoned precious metals investor John Fisher, the firm specializes in low-premium bullion products, precious metals, and diamond appraisals, U.S. and offshore depository storage, and precious-metals IRAs. John Fisher is certified as an appraiser with the International Society of Appraisers for precious metals appraisals, and for advanced diamond grading by the Gemological Institute of America.
Known for a focus on client education and transparent pricing, Fisher Precious Metals maintains an A+ Plus Accredited Business rating by the Better Business Bureau. The company has also been awarded five-star ratings across the Internet by clients nationwide.
The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association and has been dedicated to the rare-coin, paper-money, and precious-metals bullion industry for more than 30 years. ICTA exists to promote and safeguard the interests of its members, serving as the industry watchdog to maintain an appropriate and favorable regulatory climate in the U.S.A. and all 50 states. The association provides a medium through which its members may confer, consult, and cooperate with and educate governmental and other agencies to achieve solutions to problems affecting their businesses. ICTA also offers its members assistance and information on new and existing laws and regulations, and promotes harmony and cooperation among its members to advance the welfare of the industry.
For more information, contact Lynn Fisher at (800) 390-8576.
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