Shares of the Fortress Investment Group (FIG) were rising when Credit Suisse seemingly out of the blue upgraded its rating, causing a 2.4% spike on a day where most of the other stock’s prices were either remaining same or losing some value. Credit Suisse held that shares of the Fortress Investment Group’s stock have tremendous upside. Concerns flowing from the Fortress Investment Group’s principal compensation were completely quelled. What’s more, the percentage of the Fortress Investment Group’s stock dividend will be bumped up shortly, with its yield equating to more than 10% by the year of 2012.
In addition, the Fortress Investment Group is positioned to turn a nice profit from the opportunities that will be provided by an anticipated near-term correction in the markets considering the fact that it has a $3.6 billion credit. Beyond these reasons, the Fortress Investment Group will very likely profit from increased regulations and a refinancing wave that will make available excellent investment opportunities.
Gareth Henry is an executive who is in the employ of the Fortress Investment Group as a managing director. His principal duties include raising capital in the European, the Middle Eastern, and the African markets. Gareth Henry is broadly considered as an exceptional managing director who gets the job done. His many achievements include establishing great connections to sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, and insurance companies.
Gareth Henry is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh in Scotland where he learned actuarial mathematics and has a first-class honors degree from the Heriot Watt University. After his life as a university student came to its fruition, Gareth embarked on his professional career first with Watson Wyatt in management research for a few years and then with Schroders, a money management firm, as a product manager in the multi-asset class group. In the year of 2007, Gareth Henry made the greatest professional move of his life in joining the Fortress Investment Group, whose founding fathers, Wesley R. Edens, Rob Kauffman, and Randal Nardone, found the firm in 1998.