PETER BRIGER – PRINCIPAL OF FORTRESS INVESTMENT.

Mr. Peter Briger is the Fortress co-chairman and principal of the board of directors. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in business administration and acquired his masters in the bachelor of business administration from Princeton University from the Wharton business school. He was appointed as a management committee member in 2002 and later board of directors in 2006. In August 2009, he was elected as the board of director’s co-chairman and was charged with a responsibility of real estate and credit management at the fortress. Peter Briger had spent over fifteen years before becoming a member of fortress group in 2002 at Goldman company where he befitted as a partner in 1996.He also currently works for Tipping point which is a nonprofit organization that caters for low-income earners in San Francisco in the board of management.

He also serves in calibre charter schools which are dedicated to ushering students into success through a four-year competitive college and yonder on the board.Peter Briger is a member of the alumni advisory board which was founded in July 2015 to empower entrepreneurship by Provost Lee and President Eisgruber Peter at Princeton University. At Princeton, they believe that entrepreneurship is initiated anytime in value forming and risk-taking through transformation. Peter Bridger was ranked three hundred and seventeen out of the 400 wealthiest Americans in 2007.He has a net worth of 1.5 billion dollars. His forty-three years and married with four children.

Peter Briger has a United States citizenship and resides in New York in the northern parts of America. In 2013, an executive from Wells Fargo, one of the biggest banks wild full, met at fortress investment group to discuss on how to create the very first regulated exchange of Bitcoins in the world. In this meeting, Peter Briger talked about how Bitcoin technology is a digital gold and an almost instant and less costly way to transfer money all over the world and how there was a deficiency of an American based Bitcoin regulated exchange and how the partnership with Wells Fargo would provide this together. Negotiations went about for a more extended period and this gave Wall street an ample time to continue with the slow and long process which has seen them grow and develop the new technology. Although this attempts failed, Briger says that wallstreets obstinate venture into Bitcoins had just begun.