October 19, 2011
Tommy Gallagher (66) heeft een uitnodiging voor een diner met Barack Obama afgezegd. De reden: te duur. Een plaats aan de tafel van de Amerikaanse president zou hem 25.000 dollar hebben gekost, voor een miljonair niet veel meer dan wat zakgeld. Maar Gallagher wil besparen.
October 12, 2011
Tiger 21, the peer-to-peer network for high-net-worth investors, has unveiled a Washington, D.C. group led by Cal Simmons, a venture capitalist and angel investor. “People think of D.C. as a government town and I’ve pledged to the group that we will be very diverse,” Simmons told PAM, adding that the group will consist of professionals from different industries including manufacturing, telecom, Internet, real estate, investment and science.
October 6, 2011
TIGER 21 has been built on a core premise that meaningful personal and financial growth can be generated by having wealthy investors share with and learn from peers in a confidential setting where they can be open, honest and transparent without the fear or worry of being ‘sold to’ by someone with a product or service to peddle.
October 3, 2011
TIGER 21, the social club for the rich and maybe-famous, has arrived in Washington.
September 15, 2011
You could say money talks. Tiger 21, a networking organization for the wealthy that started up a decade ago in the U.S., has had its first meeting in Calgary.
September 7, 2011
Almost half of Leslie Quick’s personal portfolio is dedicated to hedge funds, a position he’s increased this year even as the lightly regulated asset pools have returned less than 4 percent.
September 6, 2011
A few weeks before President Obama finally managed to raise the debt ceiling and Standard & Poor’s downgraded the U.S. debt rating, a small, exclusive group of some of Canada’s wealthiest entrepreneurs, CEOs, top executives and industry leaders met to compare notes.
August 18, 2011
by Jackie Rapetti Affluent investors are investing more into real estate and private equity, according to TIGER 21’s recently released Asset Allocation Report. The study found that real estate and private equity remain popular investments among TIGER 21 members combining for nearly a third of members’ portfolios. “Members favor real estate and private equity because they are two asset classes that are not correlated to the market,” Jonathan Kempner, president of TIGER 21, told PAM.
August 15, 2011
When stock markets swooned in 2008, Alan Mantell lost about 15% on his investments.

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