Bruce Bent II does like being stuck at a desk. He says as long as he has his phone and computer he can accomplish positive results, where ever he might be. Mr. Bent is a financial professional and inventor who holds more than 60 patents. So many that he has been mentioned on a guide book to US Patent Practices. He has a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy from Northeastern University (1986 – 1991), in Greater New York.
Communication is also very important to Bruce Bent II. He believes conversation is important and should be more prevalent in today’s world, making the world more productive, which could lead to more global education, understanding, and co-operation. Another of his beliefs is that in order to grow your business, “create value for the customer. It is the reason why you exist.” He does not like “NO”. To him “try another way” is better.
Bruce Bent II was President and mainstay of The Reserve, of New York, one of the world’s most prominent private FDIC managed cash business and Money Market Mutual Fund for 17 years. The Reserve had more than 300 employees nationwide. Under Bruce Bent II’s supervision and leadership, The Reserve’s holdings grew, from $4 billion to over $130 billion within that 17 years. The financial turmoil that began in 2008 made liquidation of some of The Reserve’s Mutual fund products necessary. When Mr. Bent closed The Reserve’s various product lines, its primary fund holders received 99 cents for every dollar of their beginning contributions and 100% of any other money invested.
Bruce Bent II has gone on from the President of The Reserve to many other accomplishments, such as
President, CEO, and Vice Chairman of Double Rock Corporation, since 1991. Double Rock is a leading financial technology company, and provides top, advanced cash management and cash solutions for banks, broker-dealers, retail markets, and others. Bruce Bent II is also Senior Executive for all Double Rock subsidiaries, affiliates, and other cash management and retirement service businesses. Mr. Bent recommends that we should read “How To Be Rich” by Jean Paul Getty.
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