Princeton University was the first college that Peter Briger attended before joining the University of Pennsylvania where he later graduated with a master degree. In both institutions, Briger was pursuing his dream of becoming a business manager by doing a discipline in Business Administration. He passed very well and left a legacy in both institutions. However, of the two universities, Peter Briger was more attached to Princeton University than the University of Pennsylvania where he was at the Wharton School of Business. Due to this reason, Peter has been following all the events organized by the institution, most of which are meant for the alumni of Princeton and he has continued to participate in them. Recently, Briger was made the chairperson of the Association of Princeton University’s Alumni, an honor that demonstrated that he was recognized as a legend in the school. For more information about him click here.
After leaving the Wharton School of Business, Briger immediately got employed at the Goldman Sachs, one of the most recognized financial and investment institutions in the region during that moment. He was mandated to execute the operations that were directed to him by the head of the department, as a junior officer in the company. With time, the management noted that Peter Briger had some decision-making skills that not many individuals in the organization possessed. He was promoted to the position of head of portfolio management in the organization. This was the position that equipped Briger to become the excellent investment manager that he is today at Fortress Investment Group.
As the portfolio manager, Peter Briger was responsible for making the significant decisions on how and where to invest the funds of the bank’ investors. He was also mandated with the responsibility to decide which asset strategies in which the company would place their investments. This was a role that he managed with a lot of expertise, and the senior management of the company was impressed. In 1999, the managing director of Goldman Sachs retired and so Briger was left as the only option to replace the retiree, according to the preferences of the shareholders. Peter Briger served in this position until in 2002 when he transferred to Fortress Investment Group.
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