Peter Briger, Principal and Co-Chairman at Fortress Investment Group

At only fifty-four years of age, Peter Briger has had a rewarding career, and the future looks even brighter for him. He attended Princeton University where he graduated with a Bachelors in Arts before proceeding to the prestigious Wharton Business School of Pennsylvania University for his Master’s in Business Administration.

He has gained massive experience over time in the world of business most of which he could attribute to Goldman Sachs, where he worked for one and a half decades. At Goldman, he held different positions including Co-Director of Fixed Income Principal Investments Group and Co-Director of Asian Real Estate among others before becoming a partner in 1996.

Peter Briger joined Fortress Investment Group (FIG) in March 2002 and currently serves as the President, Principal since November 2006 and a member of the Board of Directors in August 2009. He is also the Director of the Credit and Real Estate Business at Fortress.

FIG was founded in 1998 by one Wesley Edens, Rob Kauffman, and Randal Nardone as a subsidiary corporation based in the United States.

In December 2017, he was selected as the Co-Chief Executive Officer at Fortress. Peter is also associated with the Board of Management in other organizations including Caliber Schools and Special Surgery Incorporation. He now lives in San Francisco, California where he is involved in several charity works.

One Peter Briger is a member of the board of Tipping Point, a non-profit charity group that targets low-income families. He has also spent an untold amount of money in support of protection of Central Park

On top of that, he is known for his passion towards providing quality education and reducing the level of poverty in San Francisco. This has led him and two other former students of Princeton to come up with a program where they help graduates kick-start their careers by proving to fund their business ideas.

Back in 2008, Peter Briger was ranked at position 962 in the list of world billionaires. He has remarkably risen the ranks, with Forbes placing him at location 317 with a net worth of more than two billion dollars.