Nine years ago, based out of New York City, Peter L. Briger became the Principal and Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors with the Fortress Investment Group, and three years earlier, has held a position of being a member of the Board of Directors. His role at the Fortress Investment Group is running the Drawbridge Special Opportunities Funds, and taking lead in credit funding, from gaining his extensive knowledge while working previously and being a partner with Goldman Sachs for 15 years.He is well educated in the fields of management, extensive credit, and private equity finance, being a member of the Goldman Sachs Global Control and Compliance Committee. The education that Peter Briger received attending Princeton University, and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania has prepared him to become such an expert, while having a positive impact on others, leading to their success.
When it comes to asset management, Peter Briger has more than 20 years of experience in the field, and has proven to be an exceptional business leader, having the Fortress Investment Group globally diversified, with over $43 billion dollars of assets, utilizing their liquid and equity market divisions. If there is a mainstream source of capital that has declined in the market, Briger has been able to find innovative ways around problems in society, which was the reason for the decline, and still manages to create a decent amount of profit, while marketing correctly, selling high, and buying low.
His world class investment strategies, and the team at the Fortress Investment Group is very consistent in delivering exactly what an organization is looking for, when it comes to the proper ways to invest. In 2015, together as a group, we’re able to raise nearly $5 billion dollars for a new fund within the Fortress Investment Group. Regardless of a financial crisis, the expertise that Peter Briger brings to the table is unmatched in the financial sector, displaying the ability to make a profit with distressed assets, while banks are forced to change how they do business, having a major impact on their profit margins.Peter Briger has always been prepared for when one door closes in the investment market, and to know the next steps in achieving the goals of his group, when another door opens. Currently, Briger still remains to be one of the top players in the arena of special asset investing.
Businessman Paul Mampilly started his position at the Banyan Hill Publishing a couple of years ago in 2016. He is the Senior Editor and specializes in helping the average American citizen in growing their finances through investment, technology, as well as small-cap stocks and other opportunities.His career took off in 1991 n Wall Street where he worked at the Bankers Trust as their Assistant Portfolio Manager. His career later took Paul Mampillyto several positions in leadership at the ING and Deutsche Bank, managing extremely large multimillion-dollar accounts. In 2006, Paul Mampilly was appointed at the firm of Kinetics Asset Management which is worth more than 6billion. He was hired to manage the hedge fund. Under his leadership, the company’s assetsrose up to 25 billion and caused Barron’s to title it ” world’s best” among hedge funds.Later on, Mampilly took part in the investment competition hosted by the Templeton Foundation.
The starting investment was 50 million, but Mampilly managed to bring the sum up to 88 million over the span of one year from 2008 to 2009.A few months later, Paul Mampilly decided to step away from Wall Street. He reasoned that he would rather be an investor and spend time with his family instead of making more money for the wealthiest people. Eventually, he went back into business, but this time Mamhilly focused on helping average people grow their income and overall financial capabilities. He started teaching investments and later established several hugely popular newsletters such as the Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited. In 2017, Mampilly launched a new service named True Momentum.
The idea for the change of career, or rather changed of the audience, was that Mampilly felt like his work on Wall Street and the people there did not have high regard for everyday people. Those who hard every single day with a lot smaller incomes did not benefit from the treasure trove of investment knowledge that was available to the businesspeople on the Wall Street. That pushed Mampilly to start over in another avenue that would benefit far more people that did need the education and the help in growing their finances.Mampilly is of the opinion that through time a person realizes if what they are doing is truly meaningful. Not everyone has it in them to turn away from extreme riches to help everyday people grow their finances. In his case, however, Mampilly has found his place in business.
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) October 19, 2017