The Final Twist

Twisty Ending

Peter Briger serves a partner at the Fortress Investment company and is also a co-founder of the company. He serves together with Randall Nardone who is the chief executive officer. Peter acts as the principal and Co-Chairman of the company since March of 2002. He has also served as the chairperson of Fortress Investment Group’s board of directors. He was elected Co-Chairman of Fortress Group in August 2009. The principal is in charge of 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 15 years. Peter Briger became a partner at Goldman Sachs in 1996. Peter Briger also served at the tipping point. This is a low-income firm that catered for low-income families in San Francisco. He also serves on the board of Caliber Schools. This a system of charter schools that engages students in forums that prepare them for success in modest colleges and universities. Peter Briger received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ivy League’s Princeton University and Master of Arts from the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.

His time at Goldman Sachs got him collaborating with the Global Control, Asian Management firm, and Compliance, and the Japanese Executive committees. These committees dealt precisely with debt vehicles and real estate. This offered a baseline that was essential for the success of Fortress Group. It also led to the purchase of the firm by the Japanese Softbank institution. Peter Briger serves as a Princeton University Investment Company member. At Central Park Conservancy, he is a strong supporter of the maintenance of the park.

As the principal of Fortress, he oversaw the handover of the Fortress’ shares to Japanese Softbank. The company aimed at raising close to $2 billion for its first direct lending closure deal. The matter was not announced to the public. The firm was targeting close to $5 billion 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.