TIGER 21’S @HOME SUMMIT: CANADA EDITION PRESENTS INSIGHTS FROM GLOBAL THOUGHT LEADERS IN CANADA

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January 28, 2021

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High-Net-Worth Organization Hosts Virtual Conference to Discuss Pressing Issues Impacting North America and Beyond

New York, NY – TIGER 21, the premier peer membership organization for high-net-worth wealth creators, hosted its first regional event as part of TIGER 21’s @Home Summit virtual conference series, titled, “Canada Edition,” on December 2.  The focus of this all-virtual conference was to highlight perspectives from visionaries in Canada to TIGER 21’s 850+ Members globally.

“The launch of our special Canadian edition of the TIGER 21 @Home Summit offered our Members the opportunity to explore issues specifically impacting Canada and their potential effect on North America and beyond,” said Timothy Daniels, President and Chief Executive Officer of TIGER 21. “The event resonated locally with Members in Canada and had a global appeal as it positioned our worldwide community to prepare for potential opportunities.  As we continue to expand, we will look to continue to provide unique experiences for all Members.”

The event welcomed prominent thought leaders, including Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry, internationally renowned expert and New York Times bestselling author on the subject of leadership, performance, and managing under pressure, and Timothy Caulfield, Professor of Health and Law Policy, University of Alberta, and author, who addressed the “infodemic” surrounding COVID-19. The Summit also featured a panel discussion with RBC executive leaders John Stackhouse, Senior Vice President, Office of the CEO, and Craig Wright, Senior Vice President & Chief Economist, which was moderated by Kim Mason, Senior Vice President & Head of RBC Private Banking Canada.

“High performing leaders such as TIGER 21 Members extract 3-5 times more information from the same opportunity to learn as average performers,” said Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry. “To adapt to today’s intense environment, leaders are going to need to learn as fast as the world is changing.”

“I’ve been studying misinformation for decades and I’ve never seen so much bunk circulating in pop culture as I have with COVID. This noise has led to deaths, hospitalizations, increased stigma and discrimination, and financial loss,” said Timothy Caulfield.  “We need everyone to join in the battle against bunk, and I provided TIGER 21 Members with strategies to help cut through the noise and focus on the basic, science-informed data — approaches needed to thrive and stay healthy.”

Kim Mason said, “It was a pleasure to share RBC’s outlook on the current state of the Canadian economy, the impact of the U.S. elections, and changing investment priorities with TIGER 21 Members in Canada and beyond. We were delighted to provide these insights, which are critical to making decisions during this time of uncertainty.”

TIGER 21’s @Home Summit series provides a confidential setting for Members to have discussions with both peers and thought leaders via an all-virtual setting. This type of interaction is the cornerstone of the TIGER 21 experience, which is designed to allow Members to learn, access, and connect with one another. The @Home Summit “Canada Edition” was followed by the @Home Summit “UK and Switzerland Edition” on December 3, which featured insights from additional global experts.

About TIGER 21

TIGER 21 is the premier peer membership organization for high-net-worth wealth creators and preservers and helps them to 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 69 confidential Groups of about 12-15 Members each that meet for a full day each month in 32 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.