Peter Briger is the Principal and Head of credit Business at Fortress Investment Group since 2002. Since 2006, he is a member of Fortress Group directors. Currently, he also serves executive functions at Princeton university investment and Tipping Point companies. Briger plays a prominent role in the advisory board at Hospital for Special Surgery. Moreover, he works for Caliber Schools’ board. In the past, he worked at Goldman Sachs, Sachs & Co. for fifteen years whereby in 1996 he became a partner. Regarding his career at Goldman Sachs, he served as a co-head of the principal investment group, Asian Distressed Debt business among others. He served as an Advisor and consultant to International Finance Company. Peter Briger studied at Princeton University and University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business, where he graduated with B.A and M.B.A. respectively.
Peter Briger launched Princeton Entrepreneurship Program along two Princeton Ex-students. Concerning this program, he provides financial support to startups and upcoming entrepreneurs from Princeton. The program encourages creativity and innovation hence helping the entrepreneurs to transform their concepts in reality. The amount received by each entrepreneur is limited to $ 100,000. Bridger intends to help individuals realize entrepreneurial goals. He plays a vital philanthropic role by educating children from low-income families.
Bridger stated how vital the Bitcoin technology is to Fortress investment group if it would engage. However, he indicated the absence of regulated Bitcoin in America. According to the statistics, most of the employees enjoy working under Peter leadership at fortress investment group. Moreover, employee’s ratings are 3.5 out of 5. Besides high ratings, 69% the employees recommend the company to their friends. The executive team Peter inclusive scores 92% marks are indicating high reputation of his leadership. Currently, he has an approximate net worth of $ 2 billion. Briger’s riches are as a result of his expertise in assets trade.