TIGER 21’s Inaugural Global Exchange Conference Features Renowned Investment Executives and a Broadway Legend
High-Net-Worth Members Gain Insights From Top Thought Leaders and Member Networks
New York, NY – TIGER 21, the premier peer membership organization for high-net-worth wealth creators, has concluded its inaugural Global Exchange virtual conference. This event, formerly known as the TIGER 21 Annual Conference – is the first of a series of Global Exchanges to be held this year — showcasing a series of panels and experiences to bring together the TIGER 21 community, empowering Members to learn from industry professionals and interact with fellow Members in newly-created Networks on topics of common interest.
TIGER 21’s Global Exchange provided its more than 850 Members an exclusive opportunity to learn from top experts in their respective fields. The discussions yielded actionable takeaways for attendees, with prominent topics covered in Networks on the topics of real estate, philanthropy, investment, health and wellness, travel, golf, and wine and spirits.
“Over the last year, our community has faced one of the biggest global crises we have seen in the 22 years since I founded TIGER 21. It has been truly remarkable to see TIGER 21 pivot to make the best of the situation, and actually develop new forms of interaction and communication that will not only continue after the pandemic, but make our offering more compelling,” said Michael Sonnenfeldt, Founder and Chairman of TIGER 21. “Our inaugural Global Exchange event gave us the opportunity to congregate around common areas of interest in our internal Member Networks such as real estate, philanthropy, and health and wellness.”
“Covering a vast spectrum of disciplines, the Global Exchange serves as a platform for Members to spend time together so they can engage and learn from profound thought leaders and, most importantly, each other,” said Timothy F. Daniels, President and CEO of TIGER 21. “Over the course of two days, TIGER 21 Members were able to lean in and leverage this ecosystem of more than 850 extraordinary entrepreneurs and other wealth creators in an exchange of ideas to become better in the aspects of their lives that are most important and valuable to them and they can continue these discussions in the Networks on our new Member portal – T21 Connect.”
Hamilton star and Tony and Grammy Award-winning performer, Leslie Odom, Jr., addressed TIGER 21 Members to explore the current state of the entertainment industry and what audiences can expect when conditions begin to normalize. This keynote session was moderated by Peter Marks, The Washington Post theater critic.
Senior Managing Director and Global Co-head of Blackstone Real Estate, Kathleen McCarthy, led a real estate discussion, which covered trends in commercial, industrial, and residential real estate, including the effects of the pandemic on the market.
Glen Kacher, CIO & Founder, Light Street Capital, and Alan Murray, the CEO of FORTUNE Media, participated in a panel on tech trends and public equities.
Yasheng Huang, Epoch Foundation Professor of International Management, MIT Sloan School of Management, Meg Rithmire, F. Warren McFarlan Associate Professor, Harvard Business School, and William (Bill) P. Alford, Jerome A. and Joan L. Cohen Professor of Law, Director, East Asian Legal Studies Program and Chair, Harvard Law School Project on Disability, took part in a panel on navigating a productive relationship with China.
Additional featured speakers included:
- Julie Daniluk, Nutritionist and Bestselling Author
- Jacqueline Gifford, Editor in Chief, Travel + Leisure Magazine
- Richard L. Michaux, one of only 50 people from around the world who have played
GOLF Magazine’s World Top 100 golf courses
- Shiraz Noor, Vice President of Business Development, Acker Wines
- Catherine A. Sanderson, Poler Family Professor and Chair of Psychology at Amherst College
About TIGER 21
TIGER 21 is the premier peer membership organization for high-net-worth wealth creators and preservers to help them navigate the challenges and opportunities that success creates. With more than 850 Members, TIGER 21 Members collectively manage personal assets of $85+ billion. Members are current and former entrepreneurs, investors, and top executives. TIGER 21 leads with a unique approach to financial acumen and wealth preservation that focuses on leveraging collective wisdom, shining a light on personal blind spots, and engaging Members in an extraordinary community to protect, connect, and enhance their lives. Founded in 1999, TIGER 21 has 70+ confidential Groups of about 12-15 Members each that meet for a full day each month in 30+ cities across the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Switzerland. Each Group functions as a personal board of directors for its constituent Members. Membership is by invitation only. To learn more about TIGER 21, please visit www.tiger21.com.