A company like Fortress Investment Group does not become a big deal overnight. It takes the hard work of several co-founders for a company like this one to reach their true potential. Randal Nardone is one of the five co-founders of Fortress Investment Group and he has played a key role in the company’s ascent.In fact, when the recent SoftBank acquisition of Fortress Investment Group led to speculation about the future of Randal Nardone and his co-founders, both sides were quick to squash these rumors. Nardone is going to remain in a leadership role and the status quo is also going to be maintained going forward.
This is because Randal Nardone has the type of experience that simply cannot be bought. He has been working in the private equity sector for decades and acquired a great deal of experience before he was given the chance to serve as a Fortress Investment Group co-founder.Randal Nardone attended the University of Connecticut, where he would receive a BA in Biology and English. From there, he would make his way to the Boston University School of Law. After graduating from the Boston University School of Law with a J.D., it did not take long for Nardone to find employment with the Thacher, Profitt and Wood law firm. It was at this time that he became a partner at the firm and also a member of the executive committee. This is where he began to acquire the experience that would shape his future endeavors.
After working as a principal and a managing director at UBS and BlackRock, he founded Fortress Investment Group back in 1998.He has also served as a director on a number of other boards and this has given him the chance to accrue the necessary experience. A wide variety of companies have relied on his direction. He is currently working as a director for Eurocastle Investment Limited. Before joining this company, he worked as director for Alea Group Holdings and Brookdale Senior Living, Inc.These experiences have placed him in a perfect position to assist Fortress Investment Group in the years to come. With decades of experience in a variety of different roles, there is no problem that is too big or too small for him to solve. This is how he became one of the most trusted leaders at Fortress Investment Group and a key member of the transitional team in the wake of the SoftBank acquisition.