Debra Xu

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June 3, 2016

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TIGER 21, the premier peer-to-peer learning network for high-net-worth investors, has announced the addition of a second Group to the Chicago market. This new Group will be led by veteran executive business coach and mentor Steve Larrick.

The new Group in Chicago marks the 38th group for TIGER 21, which operates in the United States and Canada. TIGER 21 consists of more than 400 Members and is anchored by its local chapters and corresponding monthly meetings, which allow Members exclusive entrée into a unique confidential forum to discuss wealth preservation and management.

“The city of Chicago is a diverse, international metropolitan area that attracts top talent, investors, academics and innovators,” said Barbara Goodstein, President and CEO, TIGER 21. “Steve’s work as an executive coach and mentor makes him uniquely suited to chair the new Chicago Group.”

Mr. Larrick has nearly two decades of consulting and executive business coaching experience and currently serves as Best Practice Chair at Vistage International. Mr. Larrick formerly served as CEO of Harris Chernin and is a graduate of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

“My work with CEOs and other executives has taught me that successful people are gifted with drive, entrepreneurial spirit and curiosity. Oftentimes, they are not willing to sit back and rely on the fruits of their past successes. They are passionate, curious individuals who crave information and collaboration, which is what TIGER 21 offers,” said Mr. Larrick. “TIGER 21 is an exceptional group of people and I’m excited to begin my work with them.”

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