Fortress Investment Group has wealth whose expansion has been very rapid over the years. The organization, which is currently the largest regarding customer base and the wealth controlled is said to have accepted a takeover bid from a Japanese Investor by the name Soft Bank. Although financial pundits and other market analysts had not predicted this, it is the lost opportunity that other investor with the capacity to buy the entity that is raising eyebrows.
There is no investor out there with capacity who would have turned down the opportunity to own Fortress Investment Group due to various reasons. One of the reasons as to why Fortress Group would have been the best bet for investors is its significant asset base that spans from infrastructure assets real estate, and shares in various organizations in the United States and abroad.
The leadership of the company remains to be one of the best in the industry due to the decisions it has made over the long span when the firm has been in operation. Boosting of the best and most experienced strategists and financial analysis, Fortress Investment Group stands to be a world beater in matters concerning wealth management. Peter Briger, Wes Edens, and Randal Nardone are some of the technocrats that any organization would have wanted to have in their backroom staff. The three experts have been in the industry for a more extended period after working with other fund managers, and they understand what happens in the market.
Despite boasting of a large number of customers and asset base, Fortress Investment Group remains to be one of the most advanced organizations in the asset management industry after adopting technology in all its activities. The firm uses sophisticated methods to serve its customers and also to conduct financial forecasts that help the entity to remain afloat despite the uncertainty in the industry.
The one event that made Fortress Investment Group the world’s investment leader was the one that took place in 2007; going public. This was received with a lot of criticism by the investors and other industry players. They thought that the management of the organization, led by Peter Briger, had led the company into committing economic suicide. However, the manner in which the events turned out was astonishing. The company’s growth had doubled within the few months that followed, and hence the all the other investment management firms of its kind and magnitude had to copy the move.