Gareth Henry And FIG’s Rise

Posted on September 9, 2018

One morning shares of the Fortress Investment Group took off to the tune of 2.4%. This 2.4% rise in the share value of the Fortress Investment Group’s stock came in the wake of Credit Suisse’s upgrade, raising the Fortress Investment Group’s stock from the rating of neutral to outperform. Credit Suisse’s grounds for upgrading the Fortress Investment Group stock was due to the fact that the firm made a satisfactory resolution concerning its principal compensation; Fortress Investment Group planned raising of its stock’s dividend to provide its shareholders a yield of over 10% by the approach of 2012; the inordinate amount of credit ($3.6 billion) at the Fortress Investment Group’ disposal with which to invest in the very likely event that an anticipated near-term correction in the various markets materializes as expected; and the fine position in which Fortress Investment Group happens to occupy in terms of being able to capitalize from greater market regulations and a plethora of great trade opportunities arising from a refinancing wave as a consequence of the incredibly bad deals made between the years of 2005 and 2007. The Fortress Investment Group LLC was founded in 1998 by the triad of Wesley R. Edens, Rob Kauffman, and Randal Nardone to give investors a wide array of alternative and conventional investment products.

Gareth Henry, a professional investor at the Fortress Investment Group, graduated from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland with an actuarial degree and is also a holder of a first-class honors degree from the Heriot Watt University. After studying actuarial mathematics, Gareth Henry began his employment at Watson Wyatt in management research for several years. Next, Gareth worked for Schroders, a money management firm, as a Strategic Solutions Director. It was in the year of 2007 that Gareth Henry left Schroders for employment with Fortress Investment Group. At this alternative asset investment manager firm, Gareth Henry was hired as a managing director, charged mainly with raising capital in several oversea markets (the European, the Middle Eastern, and the African markets) and with building great connections to sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, and insurance companies.

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