Bruce Bent II is an American Entrepreneur. Currently holding over 60 patents, Bruce’s accomplishments have contributed to the significant growth of FCID-Insured Cash Management business. He creates short-term asset management solutions.
Bruce has held President and CEO positions in a company called The Reserve, a privately held money market institution. He has also had a position as CEO of Hallmark Investment Series Trust. He also serves start-up companies with investing, consulting and advising services.
Currently, Mr. Bent is Vice President and Chairman of Double Rock Corporation, a financial technology company. He is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization, which is a peer network of 10,000 global businesses worldwide. Mr. Bent’s previous job positions include a tenure with B2 Consulting, LLC., and Access Control Advantage, LLC. He does extensive work in managing retirement funds. Bruce was also President of the financial company The Reserve, where he expanded and diversified product lines.
Bruce Bent’s name has appeared in many prestigious publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and New York Times. His entrepreneurial ventures include asset management, financial technologies, intellectual properties, pharmaceuticals and more. Bruce is a board member of the 99 Jane Street Condominium Association as well as a member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization in Manhattan.
Bruce Bent is an active businessman who is always moving and looking for new ideas. He stays connected with clients, coworkers, and peers, and always has his phone and computer readily accessible. He believes in being as productive as possible and constantly comes up with positive new ideas to expand and contribute to the business. Bruce credits some of his success to having communication readily available.
He believes that performance is more important than higher education, and does not feel that a college degree is necessary to be successful. He also feels that businesspeople need to be resilient, open to learning, and gain experience through failures and success.
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