William H. Tehan Joins the Company - Strong Contacts In the Investment Community
PHOENIX, July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bonanza Goldfields Corp. (OTC:BONZ.ob - News) ("Bonanza" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of William H. Tehan, III as Key Advisor to the Board of Directors.
William H. Tehan, III's investment career started in 1955 at the First National City Bank of New York where he was mentored in the business by then Federal Reserve Bank of New York Vice President of International Banking and Precious Metals, John Exter. Over subsequent years, Mr. Tehan worked as an oil and mines senior analyst for firms such as Hayden, Stone and Co., Dominick and Dominick, LLC, P.R.Herzig and Co., and Mahler & Emerson, Inc. In 1970 Mr. Tehan authored the then controversial "US Dollar and World Monetary System: The Calm Before the Storm" which in many circles earned him the title "The Father of Gold." In the 1980's Mr. Tehan and his firm advised the McEwen family, whose projects eventually formed Goldcorp, Inc. He has been a frequent lecturer at the Yale School of Business, Eliot Janeway Seminars, and the New York Society of Securities Analysts (NYSSA). Mr. Tehan is currently a Director at the Committee for Monetary Research and Education (CMRE) along with friend and colleague, James Grant. His most recent lecture at the CMRE was entitled "The Third and Terminal Phase of the Dollar Crisis." Mr. Tehan will be a guest speaker at the GATA Gold Rush 2011 conference in London, Savoy Hotel on August 4-6, 2011, where he will present his latest paper, "The US Dollar in the Terminal Phase." Mr. Tehan is a graduate of Amherst College (1954) and currently manages a resource and precious metals portfolio at TPK Advisors, LLC.