We Have a Pulse on the Industry

As a member of the Precious Metals industry, you are aware of the specific issues, challenges, and demands of a highly regulated global market. There is a constant need to keep your eye on the market and adjust your business model accordingly. DiSanto, Priest & Co. can provide planning and solutions that will keep you focused on the operations of your business.

We have a consistent pulse on the Precious Metals industry that can translate to development and opportunity for you and your company. DiSanto, Priest & Co. has experience and knowledge that can establish impactful strategies over inventory, hedging, and banking. Our unique hybrid taxassurance, and advisory services were designed for established Precious Metal companies like yours. You get one team with the training and credentials to handle all of your needs. And as your company grows, our specialized tax, audit, and advisory services grow with you.  

A Specific Approach to Your Unique Company

Your company does not operate in the same way that most do: you bank differently, you manage inventory differently, you make sales differently, and you need a CPA firm that serves you differently. DiSanto, Priest & Co. has a specific approach to your unique company. Whether you are a miner, refiner, manufacturer, minter, trader, or depositor, we understand your business operations and needs. Our approach to the Precious Metals industry is designed to address your regulatory, tax, and banking environment – which is unlike any other industry.

Our RI CPAs Make Your Business Our Business

We’re one of Rhode Island’s top accounting firms, and we pride ourselves on understanding the Precious Metals industry and challenges. Our local CPAs offer valuable experience in the unique regulations and accounting guidelines impacting your business. You don’t need just another accounting firm – you need a relevant and experienced financial advisor who specializes in Precious Metals accounting.   


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