Fortress Investment Group Is Backed By Peter Briger

Fortress Investment Group was co-founded by Peter Briger, who also happens to maintain a position on the board of directors. Before becoming a successful investor, Peter earned his business administration degree from the highly regarded Princeton University. He eventually earned his masters in business administration from Princeton. Following his graduation, Peter Briger was given a position on the management committee.Peter also became the co-chairmen for the board of directors in 2009, giving him a great deal of responsibility for the real estate and asset management for Fortress Investments. It wasn’t until 2002 that Fortress Investment Group started, before which Peter spent more than fifteen years working at Goldman company.

During Peter’s career, he has also served at various different charters schools as well to bring students through a four-year competitive degree focused on achieving success. In 2015, Peter was also awarded a membership at Princeton University on their advisory committee for his impressive accomplishments as an entrepreneur. At a time, specifically in 2007, Peter was also ranked as one of the of wealthiest men in America, sitting at rank 317 out of 400 men. During this time, Peter was worth close to two billion dollars. Today, Peter is in his early forties and spends a good deal of time with his wife and kids.Peter Briger and his family call New York there home and reside as American citizens.

One of the countries leading banks met with Fortress back in 2013 to discuss the future of bitcoins and various exchanges that would happen around the world following the currency’s development. The two companies formed a partnership in order to fill the gap that is left between the American people and regulated exchange related to bitcoin. With bitcoin’s capabilities to form transactions anywhere, it is only a matter of time before it becomes the currency of the future. Between the two companies, no final decision was ever made to carry out there plan and negotiations did not start anything to fill the gaps in the bitcoin market. According to Peter Briger, Wall Street has been able to benefit greatly from the development of bitcoins, but even still they have only just begun their journey into bitcoin territory.