Meet Peter Briger; The Co-Chairman at Fortress Investment Group

There are many entrepreneurs and financial managers doing well in New York City. Peter Briger is one of the great personalities performing excellently in the financial industry. At Fortress Investment Group, Peter is the co-chairman of the board of directors and the leading financial manager. He has been in the frontline to ensure that the firm grows significantly by being in charge of credit and real estate business of the firm. His impact at the firm is unmatched.

Peter Briger is highly learned. Briger joined Princeton University where he earned a bachelor’s of arts degree and later joined Wharton School of Business, Pennsylvania University where he received an MBA. He is a focused man, and after his education, he began his career at Goldman, Sachs & Co. He worked hard and became a partner at the firm in 1996 and served for around 15 years at the firm. Additionally, he has served in a non-profit organization; Tipping Point as the member of its board. Currently, he works at the leading investment management firm; Fortress Investment Group. He joined the firm four years after its establishment and has been a critical figure in the firm’s success.

In 2007, Peter Briger became the co-chairman of the board of directors at the investment management firm after being elected. Currently, Fortress is preparing to raise around $2 billion under the ownership of SoftBank Group Corp. The fund is set to be used for direct lending. Also, Fortress is aiming $5 billion for its 5th flagship credit opportunities fund. With grand plans and targets, the firm has put new faces to help Peter Briger attain the firms’ objectives.

Apart from his work at Fortress Investment Group, Peter Briger is a leading contributor of Princeton Alumni Entrepreneurs Fund. The fund supports recent alumni with resources to make their startups a success. The fund has helped over 25 alumni startups and will continue supporting viable business ideas from alumni of Princeton University. In addition, the fund provides resources for mentorship as well as peer to peer learning opportunities.