Some people refer to him as Peter Briger Jr. According to a list of the world’s richest men that was released by Forbes in 2007, Peter Briger Jr. is ranked at position 407. If we can trust what Forbes says, this sheds light on who Peter is. In that 2007 list, Forbes says that Peter, 43 by the time the report was out, is married with 4 children. The report went on to say that, Peter’s wealth is self-made and that much of the wealth comes from financial investments.
Graduates With A Bachelor’s Degree
Peter Briger graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from Princetown University. Not long after that, he got an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania. Immediately after his graduation, Peter got a job at Goldman Sachs. He worked with this financial Group and equity firm for 15 years before moving to the next workstation. While he was working with Goldman Sachs, Peter got the opportunity control several committees. Some of the committees include The Asian Distressed Business, Fixed Income Investment Group, Asian Real Estate Private Equity, Whole Loan Sales and Trading Business, and Special Opportunities Asia Fund LLC among other committees.
Joins Fortress Investment Group
When Peter Briger left Goldman Sachs, where he had served for 15 years, he joined Fortress Investment Group. As usual, Peter rose up the ranks until 2002 when he was named a member of the executive. Today, Mr. Briger is the co-chairman and third principal of Fortress Investment Group. Here, Peter presides over one of the pillar departments of the equity firm. He is in charge of the real estate and credit section.
Although he has a lot to do for the company and his family, Peter Briger does not limit himself. He goes out to help others who need his help. Apart from his weighty job at Fortress Investment Group, Peter also chairs the Princetown University Entrepreneurship Advisory a program that Peter and other former Princetown colleagues started to help the Princetown community startups. He is also a member in two other groups based in San Francisco namely the Tipping Point, a local NGO that helps low-income families, and Caliber Schools, a chain of schools with a competitive curriculum.