For the past two decades, Randal Nardone has been one of the heads of Fortress Investment Group. Throughout this time, he’s held several positions with the company while helping position the company as a leader in the investment world. Some of the most notable of these have included being a partner at the investment firm, which he helped co-found, and then became Fortress’ Chief Executive Officer in 2013. Since then, not only has Fortress’ profile grown in the industry but so too has Nardone’s. This has led to him working with quite a considerable amount of companies during that time.
Some of the most notable of these have included positions as Chief Operating Officer and Secretary of IMPAC Commercial Holdings, Director of both Florida East Coast Holdings Corp and Alea Group Holdings Bermuda, and much more. With each of these companies, Randal Nardone has had a notable impact on their revenues and subsequent profits. As such, Nardone has been seen as an innovative leader in the industry with a track record of success. This career began with a J.D. from Boston University School of Law, as well as Bachelors in Arts in English and Biology, which he received from the University of Connecticut. Since then Randal Nardone worked with a few notable companies. During this time, his reputation began to rise, and he gained a significant amount of expertise within the investment world.
This then led to Nardone co-founding Fortress Investment Group, as well as a number of its subsidiaries. While initially serving as a partner with the investment firm, he slowly began gaining more and more responsibility. This was primarily because of the innovative strategies that he helped lead and which gained a considerable amount of revenue for the company. While with the company, Randal Nardone helped turn Fortress Investment Group into an industry giant. Since being founded in 1998, Fortress has gone on to manage billions in assets on behalf of some of the countries biggest companies. This growth led to the company being added to the New York Stock Exchange, the first time an investment company has done so. This success subsequently caught the interest of the SoftBank Group and its sale to the firm.