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James Turk retires as GoldMoney chairman


James Turk has retired as chairman of GoldMoney.

Turk (pictured) will continue to serve on the board as a non-executive director.
Turk says his retirement from the active role of chairman will enable him to focus on personal commitments. This will include a new book to follow up the success of the “The Collapse of the Dollar”, and to write content for his personal website.
The board has elected Jersey resident Patrick Delafield, a long-standing GoldMoney non-executive director, as its new chairman with immediate effect.
Turk founded GoldMoney in 2001 with his son, Geoff, to use the Internet to provide a convenient way to buy and store precious metals. Since then demand for physical bullion has grown, and GoldMoney has been at the forefront of supplying and storing precious metals. It currently safeguards more than USD1.6bn of assets on behalf of over 22,000 customers from around the world.
Geoff Turk says: “We remain extremely grateful to James for his vision and leadership in the creation of GoldMoney and its ability to enable individuals, companies and institutions in the global marketplace to conveniently and safely preserve purchasing power by diversifying their wealth with precious metals. “We will now build on this solid foundation in the months and years ahead.  We are also, of course, delighted to have the benefit of James’ continuing involvement as a director, as he starts to enjoy his hard-earned retirement.”    

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