Wealth Matters | Insights from TIGER 21 Founder Michael Sonnenfeldt in The New York Times

People aren’t retiring no matter how wealthy they are,” he said. Yet that isn’t driven by a feeling that they’re going to lose it but more by what they can do with it. I can only speak for myself, but my assets allow me to be more consequential in making climate-related investments.

Michael Sonnenfeldt, TIGER 21 Founder and Chairman 

The New York Times featured insights from TIGER 21 Founder and Chairman Michael Sonnenfeldt on how Members and other people with wealth are driven by how they can make a change in the world with their assets in this article about how the perception of wealth has evolved over the years by columnist Paul Sullivan