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January 15, 2015

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by James Langton

Vancouver investment advisor Thane Stenner will head up the Canadian launch of TIGER 21, a “peer-to-peer” learning group for high net worth investors.

The New York-based organization announced earlier this year that it would be launching in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal.

TIGER 21 hosts monthly meetings of the “super-affluent” to exchange investment ideas and share personal experiences on a range of wealth-related issues.

To qualify, members must have $10 million in investable assets. Membership fees are US$30,000 annually.

The group says that it will have a maximum of 56 Canadian members to start — 14 in each of the four cities — and Canadian membership will be capped at 112 members.

Stenner, who is the founder of Vancouver-based Stenner Investment Partners, and a director of wealth management at Richardson GMP, will serve as the group’s managing director – Canada, focusing on expanding its membership in Canada.

Richard Deacon, a business development specialist, joins Tiger 21 as director of strategic partnerships.

Also joining TIGER 21 to support the Canadian expansion will be Nancy Block Reid as director of membership based in New York. Reid will be part of the membership recruiting and nomination team, which also includes Martine Cunliffe, who will support the Canadian membership selection process. Cunliffe is fluent in English and French.

TIGER 21 Canada is currently accepting queries from potential members, sponsorship inquiries, and speaker requests.


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