TIGER 21 FORMS SECOND GROUP IN MIAMI
Leading High-Net-Worth Investor Network TIGER 21 Forms Second Group in MiamiPlan for third South Florida group to meet in Palm Beach by end of year
Miami, FL (September 18, 2013)-TIGER 21, North America’s leading peer learning group for high-net-worth investors, is seeing renewed interest from the wealthy of South Florida. The organization, which first formed a Miami group in 2007, has formed a second group in Miami and has plans for a group to start meeting in Palm Beach by the end of 2013.
Established in seven cities across the United States and four in Canada, TIGER 21 (The Investment Group for Enhanced Results in the 21st Century) now counts 220 Members, which collectively manage over $20 billion in total assets.
The Miami groups follow TIGER 21’s successful model of pooling collective intelligence for ultra-high-net-worth investors, who meet monthly to exchange investment ideas and share personal experiences on a broad range of wealth-related issues. In addition to serving as a professional networking and educational platform, TIGER 21 offers Members access to investment opportunities, including private equity, real estate and hedge funds, as well as participation in a host of other alternative investments.
Leading the Miami initiative for TIGER 21 since July 2011 has been entrepreneur, best-selling author and leading business advisor Charles P. Garcia. In addition to being chair of TIGER 21 in Miami, Garcia is CEO of Garcia Trujillo, a consulting, merchant banking and venture capital firm that focuses on the global Hispanic market.
“The TIGER 21 model has proven to be very popular in South Florida and we are thrilled to be able to form a second group in Miami,” said Garcia.There is a large pool of high-net-worth families in the state and TIGER 21 allows them to leverage the power of their wealth around philanthropy, investments, business opportunities, estate planning, and family issues.”
TIGER 21 creates a safe environment for Members to explore critical issues affecting their lives. Through the regular monthly meetings and an annual Members-only conference, as well as through exchanges on a private Members-only website, TIGER 21 Members share their knowledge and experiences, and help each other wrestle with issues relating to finance, investments, managers and advisors. Another important part of the curriculum focuses on estate planning, family, health, philanthropy, and issues of communal involvement.
TIGER 21’s Presenter Program complements each meeting by providing access to top finance experts from around the globe that often introduce Members to a variety of investment opportunities, as well as experts that focus on other issues.
“We have attracted a diverse membership in Miami that includes successful entrepreneurs and business-owners, senior executives, Wall Street professionals and money managers,” said Garcia. “While each has had a high-level of success in their lives, they also understand that becoming a smart investor is a lifelong learning process, especially with the volatility of the financial markets and the uncertain nature of alternative investments.”
About TIGER 21:TIGER 21 (The Investment Group for Enhanced Results in the 21st Century) is North America’s premier peer-to-peer learning network for high-net-worth investors. TIGER 21’s 220 Members collectively manage over $20 billion in total assets and are entrepreneurs, inventors and top executives. TIGER 21 focuses on improving investment acumen as well as exploring common issues of wealth preservation, estate planning and family dynamics beyond finance. Founded in 1999, TIGER 21 is headquartered in New York City and has groups in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Miami, Washington, DC, and Dallas, as well as Canadian groups in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Montreal. More information can be found at www.tiger21.com