Dillon Gage offers independent domestic and international depository services for precious metals and certified coin storage through its two subsidiaries Diamond Stateand International Depository Services of Canada, located near Wilmington, Delaware and Toronto, Ontario, respectively.
“We are pleased to have Alisa, someone we have enjoyed working with for years, at our helm,” said Terry Hanlon, president of Dillon Gage Metals. “Her legal experience, dedication to Dillon Gage and business acumen will serve Dillon Gage companies and its brand well.”
Moen, formerly a partner with Blank Rome LLP, has focused her legal career on corporate and fiduciary matters. While at Blank Rome, she vice-chaired the firm’s Corporate Litigation Practice Group. She previously advised clients on corporate governance, complex commercial transactions and entity formation, including special-purpose entities. Moen has appeared before state and federal courts in many jurisdictions and is an experienced trial attorney. She is admitted to practice before the Delaware Supreme Court, Delaware District Court, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States Supreme Court. She is an active member of the American Bar Association, the American Inns of Court, and the Delaware Bar Association.
Moen received her JD from the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, and earned her BA cum laude from the University of Delaware.
Moen is the Editor-in-Chief of the Delaware Law Review, a semi-annual publication of the Delaware State Bar Association. She is a member of an advisory board at Young@Art, a Delaware nonprofit initiative that provides financial literacy and art instruction to adjudicated youth. Moen has been appointed by Delaware’s Governor Jack Markell to the Commission for Women, a bipartisan committee that promotes equality and advancement of women. She also chairs an annual Cure in Sight fundraiser in Wilmington, Delaware that supports the Choroideremia Research Foundation (CRF). CRF is dedicated to finding cure for a genetic disorder that causes blindness.
About Diamond State Depository and International Depository Services of Canada
Diamond State Depository and International Depository Services of Canada offer state-of-the-
Conveniently located in the East Coast business corridor just outside Wilmington,Delaware, Diamond State is one of the world’s most modern metals and coin depositories. With no state sales tax, personal property tax, inventory tax or commercial net worth tax, Delaware offers the most favorable tax treatment for storage of precious metals in a depository of any state in the nation. Likewise, International Depository Services of Canada is Canada’s first of its kind private precious metals storage facility with unmatched security and service. With these two facilities, Dillon Gage offers diversified storage options domestically and internationally.
In addition to storage, Diamond State Depository and International Depository Services of Canada offer secure custody and fulfillment services for precious metals products, including coins, bars, powder, sponge and industrial material. For more information on Diamond State Depository, please visit www.diamondstatedepository.com or call 888-322-6150. To reach International Depository Services of Canada, please visit www.IDSofCanada.com or call 855-362-2431.
About Dillon Gage Metals
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