Peter Briger is an American finance manager known for his operational, management and leadership roles in finance management. During his lifetime career, he has built an excellent reputation in the finance industry. Peter Briger served as a Board of Directors member at Fortress Investment Group since November 2006. Later in August 2009, he was elected as the Co-Chairman. His leadership in Fortress Investment Group is notable since March 2002 where he served as a Management Committee member. Fortress Investment Group LLC is an American leading and highly ranked investment Management Company. It is known for its leading role in managing alternative assets extending its services to private equity, liquid markets, credit and traditional asset management worldwide.
Alternative assets mostly refer to foreign venture preferences like bottles of wine or work of art but still encompass housing investments. In response to the 2007/8 financial crisis, central banks initiated asset purchasing programs. This step led to substantial gains extending appraisal to many leading to equity and bond buy and sell that attracted significant financiers. Peter Briger is known as a titan in the world of finance. Before his career in Fortress Investment Group, Peter was a partner at Goldman Sachs & Co. Where he worked for 15 years since 1996. During his career at Goldman Sachs & Co, he was a member of numerous committees such as the Asian Management Committee and the Global Control and Compliance Committee.
Peter is responsible for two divisions at Fortress; the property and the credit finance industry. Also, he is an expert in matters regarding distressed amount overdue with a team of more than 300 persons. Peter Bridger attended Princeton University where he acquired Bachelor of Arts. Later, he joined the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business where he received an M.B.A. his financial skills paved the way for him into the world of financial institutions winning him top managerial positions since his graduation. Fortress has gained for his leadership and expertise where it has managed assets in a surplus of $65 billion. Known for his philanthropist role, Peter Briger serves on the Tipping Point board, a non-organization in San Francisco helping low-income families.