Bruce Bent II – Financial Industries Titan

Bruce Bent II is well-known for being a serial entrepreneur with exceptional skills for creating short-term asset management and cash solutions for retail, bank, and broker/dealer markets. With over 60 patents, Bent has been instrumental in helping change the landscape of FDIC-insured transactions into an industry worth $1 trillion dollars.

Bent has proven, beyond any doubt, his prowess by successfully managing The Reserve for 17 years. He oversaw the sale of a number of the firm’s affiliates and subsidiaries following the 2008 financial crisis. The Reserve held the distinction of being one of the world’s largest money market institutions for privately held money. His firm, The Reserve, employed more than 300 professionals worldwide. Over a 17-year span, the firm’s assets grew from $4 billion to more than $130 billion.

Bent has been quoted in a number of the world’s premier financial publications including the New York Times, Wall street Journal, Financial Times, and other publications.

Mr. Bent is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization. This is a peer organization that connects nearly 10,000 young business leaders across the world. He has also been involved with New York’s Entrepreneur’s Organization. As anyone can surmise Bruce Bent II is very involved in helping shape the minds and aspirations of many of tomorrow’s financial leaders.

At present, Bent is the Vice Chairman and President of Double Rock Corporation. He also fills the role as senior executive director to six of Double Rock’s subsidiary companies. Each subsidiary is recognized as an innovator and the standard in its respective markets. One might rightfully say that Mr. Bent is a visionary. His vision and drive have been responsible for creating a number of products and technologies that have changed the financial landscape.

He has tremendous vision and drive. However, while one person may come up with an idea, Bent believes that it takes a team of talented people to bring it to life.

Read more on Bruce Bent II here and follow him on Twitter.

Leave a Reply