Flexibility, innovation, and strong faith in your goals are some of the vital traits that you should have as an entrepreneur for you to overcome the common obstacles that you will find on your path to success. If things don’t work as planned, you have to be resilient enough and be willing to try again.
Bruce Bent II is one entrepreneur who has literally changed the definition of entrepreneurial resiliency. He is credited for having created some of the most innovative cash-related solutions, short term asset management, retail markets, and qualified plan systems globally. He has also been involved in unprecedented number of entrepreneurial ventures, including financial technologies, intellectual property, business consulting, pharmaceuticals, financing, and healthcare among others.
He is also astute manager and CEO who is reputed for amplifying the growth of some of the biggest corporations globally, including FDIC Cash Management and The Reserve, a top ranking money market mutual fund business. One of the achievements that he’s remembered for during his tenure at FDIC Cash Management is the systematic liquidation of some of the company’s affiliates and subsidiaries following the 2008 financial crisis.
His unrelenting entrepreneurial drive is considered to be the primary catalyst of the most critical products in the expansion of FDIC-insured programs. With over 60 privately held patents under his name, Bent’s innovation prowess catapulted FDIC-Insured cash management portfolio to the revered $1 million industry it is today.
Bruce Bent II has also been quoted vastly in major publications, including New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times among others. An investment column he penned was also featured in China Press and World Journal. What’s more, Bruce has also been featured in various financial books, including the World’s Most Successful CEOs and the Corporate’s Guide to Patent Practice.
Bent is also associated with a number of successful organizations, including Young Presidents’ Organization (where he is a member), 99 Jane Street Condominium Association (where is a board member), Manhattan’s Entrepreneurs’ Organization (where he’s also a member), and Scenic Hudson (where he served as a member of the President’s Advisory Council).
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