As a young man, Peter Briger graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from Princetown University. After some time, he thought that he had the time and resources to further his education. He decided to join the University of Pennsylvania. From here, Peter graduated with a Masters in Finance. He was now fit for work. The first job Peter landed was at a financial institution called Goldman Sachs. Mr. Briger worked for this financial institution for 15 years.
While at Goldman Sachs, Peter was able to build an in-depth understanding of investment especially on real estate and credit financing. These are areas, which Mr. Briger majored for many years. He also had a chance to sit on various financial meetings. They gave him a chance to learn many things that he probably didn’t learn when at school. Although fifteen years may look many to others, it was a short time for Peter. Finally, after ascending in several ranks, Peter Briger left Goldman Sachs. By the time he left GS, Peter had become a partner. He could later join a different investment firm.
Joins Fortress Investment Group
After leaving Goldman Sachs, Peter Briger spent a few years doing his own business. But he did not spend a lot of time before he joined Fortress Investment Group. This financial investment firm is home to some 1, 750 individuals and organizations who have placed their wealth in form of assets, money and other valuables worth $43.6 billion under the care of Fortress Investment Group. Peter is one of Fortress Investment Group’s three principals. He is even the co-chairman and presides over several committees and subsidiaries.
His role at Fortress Investment Group is instrumental. “To guard wealth worth billions of dollars belonging to hundreds of people from all walks of life requires proper oversight,” Peter says. Indeed, at Fortress Investment Group, the principals are trying hard to ensure clients’ assets are safe. Although he has a lot under his care, Peter Briger does many other things that benefit others not necessarily at FIG. he is one of the board members of the Caliber Schools. Peter is also sitting on a board belonging to Tipping Point, an NGO that empowers low-income families in San Francisco.