TIGER 21 FORMS BOSTON PRESENCE
by Stephanie Bartup
TIGER 21,a peer-to-peer learning network for ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) investors, has launched a new group in Boston.
The local network, which will look to attract membership from across New England, will be led by James Cornell, managing partner of Fiduciary Wealth Partners LLC, a private investment advisory and asset management firm which serves affluent families in Boston.
Cornell is also co-founder of Into the Fog, a private peer-to-peer investment group of 20 of the largest family offices in New England.
The Boston conglomerate will follow TIGER 21’s model of pooling collective intelligence from successful entrepreneurs and business leaders who meet monthly to exchange investment ideas and share personal experiences on a broad range of wealth-related topics.
In addition to serving as a professional networking and educational platform, TIGER 21 helps members gain access to direct and limited partner investment opportunities, including private equity, real estate and hedge funds, as well as connections to traditional and alternative investment managers.
“The greater Boston area certainly has its share of very successful wealth creators across several different industries and an organization like TIGER 21 will undoubtedly be embraced by entrepreneurs and executives that understand the power of collective intelligence and learning from a network of highly successful individuals with unique perspectives,” said Cornell.
TIGER 21 was founded in New York in 1999, and now has more than 300 members who personally invest over $30bn in total assets. In addition to several groups in New York, TIGER 21 has U.S. groups in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas (2), Los Angeles, Miami (2), Palm Beach, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tysons Corner, VA, and Washington, DC as well as Canadian groups in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, and Vancouver.