Peter Briger acts as a Principle at the Fortress Investment Group. He obtained his first degree at Princeton and held a master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. After his education, he worked with several organizations such as Wauwaa as a significant investor and Goldman Sachs as a partner before joining Fortress Investment group. At Goldman Sachs, Peter Briger worked as member committees such as the Asian Management, Japan Executive and Global Control and Compliance. He is a member of the board of committee of the Princeton University Investment Firm and has position rank in the Forbes’ 400 lists of world enterprise professionals.
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Fortress Investment Group is a company, based in New York, that mainly deals with the management of investments around the world. It is currently holding over $43 billion worth of assets on behalf of over several investors. It uses the unique, colossal risk-oriented returns to operate on the full range of its investments. Three Principals head it; Randal Nardone, Wes Edens, and Peter Briger. They primarily focus on assets investments, operations control, partnerships, capital market, and administration of the specialized knowledge of particular organizations and institutions. Wes Edens, Rob Kauffman, and Randal Nardone first founded the firm. They merged their financial expertise and experience in each of their fields of operation to bring out the leading investment firm that became the current Fortress.
Peter Briger earned his valuable experience from his 15 years working with Goldsman Sachs. He joined Fortress in 2002 as a partner, with his central role at the company is to mainly focus on the success of the company on its real estate and credits investments. He also brought in his expertise, connections understanding, and experience of the Asian financial system. On the position of principal and in association with the other principals, he has overseen tremendous changes in the firm. Among the acquisitions made by the company in their leadership includes the Ski Resort in North America, the Intrawest in Canada, Penn National Gaming and RailAmerica. Peter Bridger takes part in charitable activities and holds positions in their committees. He is a strong supporter of the Central Park Conservancy and Tipping Point.