Bruce Money

Dr. Bruce Money is Executive Director of the Global Management Center and Professor of Marketing and International Business at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Business. He is an internationally recognized expert in strategic networking and has been a visiting professor at business schools in Austria, Greece, and Singapore. Dr. Money has also received 7 outstanding teaching awards at undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA levels.

Prior to his academic career, Dr. Money worked in the marketing of financial services. Proficient in Japanese, his most recent business position was Vice President in the Los Angeles office of The Sakura Bank, Ltd. (now Sumitomo Mitsui), one of the world’s largest banks. There he directed the bank’s marketing strategy to Fortune 100 prospects for the Western U.S. and managed a corporate loan portfolio of $200 million. Dr. Money also served as partner in a consultancy to William E. Simon, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, for whom he initiated a Japanese investment program. Dr. Money also directed $1 billion in Japanese debt and equity relationships for The Koll Company (now CBRE), the West Coast’s largest real estate developer.

He has taught in over 75 executive education programs, for the University of Southern California, National University of Singapore, and the University of South Carolina, among others. He has acted as training consultant for Adobe, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, CSX World Terminals, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Eurobank, Fujifilm, National Instruments, Nissan, Prysmian Group/Pirelli, Robert Bosch Corporation, Sonoco, and Zions Bank.

He holds an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, an MBA from the Harvard Business School, and a PhD from the Paul Merage School of Business at University California Irvine, where his dissertation subject was strategic networking and national culture.