Peter Briger, famously known as Pete, is a Co-Chairman and president at Fortress Investment Group. Since 2006 in November, he has been the director and a co-chairman of the board since 2009 August at Fortress. He has also headed the Real Estate credit docket at the fortress and also served as its principal. Peter has also been a co-chief executive officer to Fortress Investment Group from November 20017 to date. At Spearhead, Briger has served as a member of the Advisory board and a board member of Caliber Schools. He is Princeton’s and tipping point’s director. Peter Briger is also an advisory member of the board at particular surgery hospital.
Peter Briger became a member of the Fortress Investment Group in March 2002. Before this, he worked at Goldman Sachs, Inc. for fifteen Years. He held various positions until 1996 when he came to be a partner. He was the loans and sales co-head, Principal Investment’s fixed income co-head, a co-head at an Asian Distress Debt company and an Asian Real estate company that majored in private equity’s co-head. He was also an International Finance company’s advisor in matters about distressed debt. He was also Linktone’s advisory board member.
Briger holds an M.B.A from the University of Pennsylvania at Wharton Business School. He also has a B.A from The University of Princeton. Peter Briger was ranked position #962 on the World’s list of Billionaires. He earned a fortune after the sale of Fortress to SoftBank with each share being sold at over eight dollars. Peter is a leading contributor to the Princeton’s Alumni Entrepreneurs Fund (AEF). This fund was put in place to provide the current alumni with means to achieve their dreams and goals. This has made Princeton a dream school for many since besides pursuing the education dream, many graduates normally need assistance in establishing their own businesses.
This fund has supported over twenty-five setups since 2015. Around one hundred US dollars are received by Princeton Alumni in mentorship, peer-to-peer opportunities in learning and matching funds. Peter Briger and other members of this group play a major role in educating young entrepreneurs and funding their dreams at Princeton. Peter had considered investing in the cryptocurrency business. In 2014, he discussed forming a partnership with a huge bank to establish a regulated exchange of Bitcoins, but his attempts failed. This enabled wall street to take its time to investigate this business in depth and it’s currently stronger than it was before in the Bitcoin Venture.
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