Peter Briger is a finance professional who has spent over a decade in managerial and executive roles. He is among the top executives of the financial services firm Fortress Investment Group. At this firm, he is one of the key members of its leadership team. Prior to working at Fortress Investment Group, Peter Briger spent a number of years at the well-known firm Goldman Sachs. He would also hold a top management position at this firm as well. Over the course of his career, Peter Briger would make valuable contributions to these firms by providing sound management and strategy to help them achieve a number of their specific goals.
When looking to begin his career in finance, Peter Briger first completed higher education. He would attend two Ivy League colleges which would provide him with distinguished credentials. Briger first attended Princeton University as an undergraduate. While attending Princeton, Peter would work towards and eventually complete a bachelor’s degree. After completing his bachelor’s degree at Princeton University, Peter would then go on to attend graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania. At this institution, he would earn a master’s degree in business administration from the renowned Wharton School of Business. These educational credentials would help lead to lucrative opportunities in the field of finance for Peter and more
Shortly after completing his MBA degree, Peter would attain employment at Goldman Sachs. At this firm, he would participate in building the firm’s presence in Asia. He would oversee the team that managed credit securities. Peter Briger would provide sound leadership and help make this department one of the strongest in the firm. His leadership abilities would pay off as Peter would eventually become a partner of the firm in the year 1996. This allowed him to attain one of the highest positions of management at Goldman Sachs.
In the early 2000’s, Peter would move on to pursue an opportunity at Fortress Investment Group. Shortly after getting hired by this firm, he would join the management committees. He would also be named as the co-chief executive officer and the principal. Similar to his experience at Goldman Sachs, Peter would oversee and lead the credit securities department of the firm.