Peter Briger, The Fortress Investment Group’s Principal

Peter Briger is an investing partner at Fortress Investment Group and co-founder together with Randall Nardone who is the Chief Executive Officer. Peter acts in the principal and Co-Chairman Docket since 2002 March. He has also chaired the board of directors as he was elected Co-Chairman in August 2009. The principal is in authority for the Credit and Real estate business at Fortress Investment Group. Before joining Fortress in March 2002, Peter Briger was at Goldman Sachs and Co. for fifteen years and became a partner in 1996. Peter Briger also serves as the Tipping point, a low income firm that catered for such families in San Francisco. He also serves on the board of Caliber Schools, a system of charter schools that engages students in forums that prepare them for success in modest colleges and universities. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University and Master Bachelor of Arts from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

During Briger’s time at Goldman Sachs saw him partner with the Asian Management, Global Control and Compliance, and Japan Executive committees. It dealt with precisely real estate and debt vehicles, a baseline that was essential for the success of at Fortress Investment group and purchase of the firm by the Japanese Softbank institution. Peter Briger is also a member of the Princeton University Investment Company. At Central Park Conservancy, he is a strong supporter of the maintenance of the park.

As the principal of Fortress, Briger witnessed the handover of the company’s shares to Softbank. It aimed at raising close to 2 billion dollars for its first direct lending closure deal. The matter was not announced to the public, as it was not fit a public affair. The firm was targeting close to 5 billion dollars on its fifth deal that entailed flagship credit opportunities fund to its low-income customers. The sole mission of Fortress Investment Group is to marginalize profits as well as raise living standards of its consumers, (Deal Street Asia).

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