Bruce Bent II is a respected vice chairman and president of Double Rock Corporation, a highly esteemed financial technology firm. The company is famous for providing cash management solutions to banks, retail markets, and broker-dealers. Bruce Bent II extends his executive position to both the affiliate and subsidiary companies of Double Rock Corporation. Bruce Bent II attended Northeastern University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy.
Bent II is one of the brains behind the cash management solution initiative. At the same time, he has been a strong driving force behind some of the best technologies and products in the financial industry. Interesting to note, some of the patents have been accredited to his name. Today, with the help of Bruce Bent II, the cash management has evolved to become the best industry regarding performance and growth. This has been made possible through the development of the cash sweep initiative and the expansion of the FDIC-insured sweep initiative program.
Bruce Bent II previously held the position of finance chairman for the Young Presidents Organization Gotham chapter based in Manhattan. He continues to be a member of the same Organization whose main goal is to bring together more than 10,000 business-oriented young people. At the same time, he was a member of The Entrepreneurs Organization based in New York. He was also a member of the President’s Advisory Council of Scenic Hudson.
According to his interview with Ideamench, Bruce Bent II reveals that the idea for Double Rock Corporation came from the need to create a money market that would be beneficial for the average American. He continues to say that the company has expanded and they have continued to invent new products. Bruce Bent II says that a typical day for him is quite easy since he can work from anywhere, as long as he has his computer and phone with him. Bruce Bent II says that he believes in incorporating other people to bring any ideas to life. He further says that if anyone is wishing to venture into entrepreneurship, they should have be innovative enough and believe in their dream.
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