The P2P organization for wealthy individuals continues to expand its reach.
TIGER 21, the international peer-to-peer network for high net worth individuals, has expanded into Missouri, launching a group in St Louis.
The group will be chaired by investment management professional Robert Tynes, it said in a statement.
Tynes is managing director and principal at Gratry & Company, a registered investment advisor that serves institutional and high-net-worth investor clients. to joining Gratry, Tynes was a senior investment specialist at JP Morgan's Private Wealth Management division in Chicago. He has also previously served as a product manager for Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and as a national accounts manager for Ibbotson Associates.
The organization recently updated this news service about its investment management views (see here).
TIGER 21 has more than 500 members, who collectively manage approximately $51 billion in assets. It is headquartered in New York City and has groups in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, Newport Beach, Palm Beach, San Diego, San Francisco, San Juan, PR, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington, DC as well as international groups in, Calgary, Edmonton, London (UK), Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver.