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The Hughey Center for Financial Services (HCFS)

The Hughey Center for Financial Services (HCFS), named in honor of Bentley College alumnus David A. Hughey ’55 (retired executive vice president of Dean Witter Intercapital), was established in 1997. The HCFS has earned a national reputation and has been featured on CNBC.

The mission of the center is to extend the educational goals of Bentley University through innovative classroom pedagogy, cutting-edge financial research, and real-world applications. This space provides a landing point for all things finance inside and outside the classroom. Students have access to professional software such as Bloomberg and Morningstar which is utilized for course work as well as Bentley's various investment clubs. The Hughey Centers offers who provide assistance throughout the year to assist students with the setup and navigation of the center's resources

Dr. Jahangir Sultan, professor of Finance, is the founding director of the Hughey Center for Financial Services/Trading Room. His vision is responsible for the Hughey Center's genesis as the pedagogical centerpiece of the Bentley University finance education.

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Hours of operation:

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Phone: 781-891-3442

Fax: 781-891-3442

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Dr. Jahangir Sultan
Welcome Message From Dr. Jahangir Sultan
Founding Director, The Hughey Center for Financial Services/Trading Room
Finance Professor

The knowledge of the global capital markets is essential for anyone to understand how businesses, government, financial institutions, entrepreneurs, and investors interact.  Innovations in technology, computing power, instant transmission of news, cross-border financial markets integration, the introduction of complex financial instruments, and geopolitical risk have increased the global capital markets’ complexity...

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