May 3, 2007
Founder Michael Sonnenfeldt said the office, designed as a learning group for qualified HNW investors, is the Manhattan-based firm’s sixth and joins hubs in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Beach and Miami. To toast the launch, the firm invited Dallas native T. Boone Pickens, HNW investor and philanthropist, to share his views on the future of commodities at a reception last month.
October 17, 2005
What will happen when the baby boomers’ kids inherit their fortunes? Fearing rampant sloth, parents are turning to private bankers for help. What the banks can do.
December 2, 2004
Wary Wall Street, Wealth Families Form Peer Groups to Share Advice, Manage Money
October 1, 2004
Not everyone can sell a company and join the high-net-worth club. But if you’re among the fortunate few you may be interested in Tiger 21, an organization providing peer-to-peer learning for high-net-worth individuals.
September 1, 2004
Suddenly wealthy entrepreneurs who are at a total loss as to what to do with their new money have an ally.
July 12, 2004
Inside TIGER 21,an exclusive investment club where the seriously rich trade financial tips—and life lessons.
August 7, 2003
ONE RECENT MORNING in a small meeting room at New York’s Carlyle Hotel, Thomas Gallagher stood before six fellow millionaires. First he bared his portfolio. Then he bared his soul.

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