Peter Briger is among the Forbes 400 top ranked business professionals in the globe. He is currently the President and Co-Chairperson of the Fortress Investment Group board of directors. He previously was a partner at Goldman Sachs & Co. for 15 years before joining Fortress in 2002. Peter Briger currently heads the credit fund business and the real estate divisions at Fortress being primarily entitled to liquid investments and debt security.
Peter is a highly skilled and dedicated professional who holds an MBA from Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s Degree from the Princeton University. Peter Briger gained immense expertise during his 15-year tenure at Goldman Sachs where he served in various operational and managerial roles. Due to his business skills and dedication at the investment banking company, Briger became a partner before he joined Fortress in 2002 as the co-CEO.
Peter Briger, together with his team at Fortress, have put their brilliant skills to work and have driven Fortress to greater heights. He is credited with leading Fortress to becoming one of the first private investment companies to go public. Fortress is one of the largest investment management companies. The company manages over $65 billion worth of assets. Besides his professional commitments, Peter Briger is a board member in several organizations and institutions. Briger is also an active philanthropist. In one of his most remarkable philanthropy work, Briger invested more than $600 million to the maintenance of the New York Central Park. He has also helped in providing quality education, alleviation of poverty and many other social causes.
At 51 years of age, the successful billionaire plays a huge role in the world of finance and investments. His successful career at Goldman Sachs and his current work at Fortress, makes his success record unparalleled in the business world. We are bound to see more of the finance titan as he leads Fortress in helping debt-laden countries. The company gives innovations and investment to such countries to raise capital. Briger has certainly proven his worth to the world of modern finance. He also seems to have his sights on sharing his ideas in fiscal development across the globe.