A skilled businessman, Bruce Bent II develops various management strategies on short-term assets and also creates solutions to retail markets, banks, and also broker-dealers. He has become a very influential entrepreneur as a result of his commitment to his passion and profession. Mr. Bent has come up with products such as cash sweep and expanded the programs on FDIC-insured, which are a great impact on the development of technology. He served at The Reserve foundation as a Chief Executive Officer and manager, where he operated for 17 years. His duties were to ensure orderliness of sales and liquidation of the affiliates and subsidiaries before the financial crisis that occurred in 2008.
As President and Vice Chairperson of the Double Rock Corporation, a leading company in technology and financial services, he is the senior executive of six subsidiary corporations under Double Rock. Some of these companies include Island Intellectual Property and Access Control Advantage. While working at the Reserve, he facilitated its growth to achieve the second position based on the largest market funds in the globe. They employed an average of 300 people, some of them including professionals in the sales department. During his 17 year period in management, he made a tremendous significance in the company as he grew its assets from $4 billion to $130 billion.
Mr. Bent has been featured in various periodicals. In his recent one, he covered on investment strategies in the China Press and World Journal. He has also been featured in Leadership Secrets, a book that discusses the most successful Chief Executive Officers. He was cited as an exclusive expert on subject matters at the back cover.
Mr. Bruce has taken part in several initiatives such as consultancy in business ventures, intellectual property, consumer goods, healthcare financing, pharmaceuticals, as well as management of assets. He joined a peer network known as the Young Presidents’ Foundation which connects an approximate 10,000 young business leaders globally. He is a member of a Condominium Association, 99 Jane Street, and was also part of the Entrepreneurs Organization. He studied at the University of Northeastern where he received a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy.