Peter is the Principal of the Board of Directors and the Chairman of Fortress Company. Peter Briger is a graduate of the University of Princeton with a business administration degree. He was appointed in the committee of management as a member in the year 2002 and later joined the board of directors in the year 2006. In 2009 August this great man was appointed as the board of director’s chairman and was given the responsibility of credit management at the Fortress Group.
Before joining Fortress, Peter Briger spent more than 15 years with the Gold Man Company where he was a partner since 1996. During his time at this company, he was on many committees which included the sizeable Asian management, Japan Executive Committee. He has also held some leadership places serving as the head of organizations like the Asian Real Estate. Apart from maintaining his current seat at Fortress, he also holds a position as the head of directors in the Princeton University Investment where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts earlier.
Peter Briger is also a member of the Alumni Advisory Board of Directors which main aim of forming was to empower the Entrepreneurship in the Princeton University. Peter has helped the people in the University believe that entrepreneurship is started anytime in the value forming and risk-taking by transformation.
Position in Forbes Billionaire List
After a long time of years in business activities, Peter Briger has acquired a lot of wealth investing internationally making him one of the most recognized people in the world. According to Forbes, he has been ranked 962 on the Worlds list of Billionaires in the year 2008.
His significant portion of his wealth is when Fortress shares got sold to the Soft bank at a price of $8.08 for one share. He has support in the side of philanthropist where he contributes to organizations in times of charity events. He gives his funds in support of Children in poverty development, Education and fighting poverty in developing countries, and this makes him a leader who leads by examples. How Wall Street got into the wild business of Bitcoin