Randal Nardone, Co-founder of Fortress Investment Group

Randal Nardone, Co-founder of Fortress Investment Group

Randal Nardone is the top executive at the Fortress Investment Group. This is an investment firm that has an excellent track of accomplishment when it comes to investment. Randal Nardone had served as the principal and the co-founder of this firm since 1998 when he founded it. Besides being the co-founder and the principal of this firm, he is also a member of the board of directors that runs Fortress Investment Group. Following his unwavering efforts as the principal executive at the Fortress Investment Group, Randal Nardone has played a significant role in elevating this firm to its current position as one of leading financial services firm.

 

Randal has a legal background, which enables him to make legal decisions that facilitate effective management in the firm as well as completion of vital transactions in the firm. His entrepreneur course gained momentum soon after he graduated from the high school. When he first decided to establish his first venture, Randal knew that he was bound to face various challenges just like any other startup entrepreneur. However, having worked with multiple firms in various capacities, Randal Nardone is well versed in the financial sector, and he knew he had exactly what is required to do what he does best.

Randal Joins the Forbes List of Billionaires

Randal Nardone’s success at the Fortress Investment Group and in the general life is a clear indication that the ability to deliver is not entirely dependent on the academic pursuit. According to the Forbes magazine, Randal is among the wealthiest persons, and Forbes has ranked him position 557 in the list of the richest.

His Academic Pursuit

Randal is a graduate of Connecticut University where he earned his first degree in arts, biology, and English. Later on, he joined Boston university school of law where graduated with a degree in doctor of jurisprudence. However, his interest seemed more on the financial niche rather than litigation. This way, when he was learning the law, he decided to learn about other measures that could later help him link his legal practices to the financial management skills that then pushed him to where he is today. Fortress Three Top Executives Split $44 Million Bonuses In 2015

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