Bruce Bent’s Key Contributions to Leading Financial Firms in America

Bruce Bent is a serial entrepreneur with active involvements in asset management, financial tech, intellectual property, business consultancies, healthcare funding, pharmaceuticals and consumer products. He currently heads Double Rock Foundation as president and chairman. He doubles as an executive for every subsidiary branch of the firm including Access Control Advantage, LLC. Double Rock is a family owned business started by his father Bruce Bent Sr alongside Harry Brown. The business gained fame when middle-level investors regularly reported on acquiring increased returns in comparison to bank profits. Under the management of Bruce Bent II, the enterprise has realized financial gains amounting to $130 billion in assets.

Before the 2008 financial shift, Bruce Bent served as president at The Reserve, a leading private institute in the world. He guided more than 300 employees of the firm to grow the firm’s products with aggressive sales schemes and expand markets. After 17 years of operation, the assets increased from $4 million to $130 billion. Bruce played a key role in managing the Lehman Brothers controversy in 2008. He spearheaded the closure of the product line and giving the involved investors 99 cents on the dollar for their initial investment and 100 cents on a dollar for additional money funds.

Bruce Bent invests in smart employees who sharpen his know-how and accelerate Double Rock’s overall productivity. He emphasizes the importance of keeping things realistic while paying attention to changes in customer requests. His expertise in the money markets has earned him mentions by Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Financial Times among other leading papers. He is also mentioned in the published book Leadership Secrets of the World’s Most Successful CEOs and appears on the back top cover of The Corporate Insider Guide to US Patent Practice.

Bruce Bent II participates as a member of Young Presidents’ Organization, which has a network of more than 10,000 young global business leaders internationally. He previously chaired the group’s Gotham section in Manhattan and President’s Advisory Council of Scenic Hudson. He sits on the Council of 77 Jane Street Condominium Association and Entrepreneurs Organization. Bruce is relentless in his quest to manifest better entrepreneurial ideas and attributes the success of Double Rock to that quality.