TIGER 21, the peer-to-peer learning network for high-net-worth entrepreneurs, announced its expansion into Colorado today, with its first group to be based in Denver. The new TIGER 21 group will be led by veteran startup and investment community leader Doug Johnson. The exclusive group of successful entrepreneurs chose Denver for its booming technology and start-up industry as well as the growing number of investment opportunities the area presents.
Marketing Executive Barbara Goodstein Named President and CEO of TIGER 21 Holdings, which includes premier network of learning groups for high-net-worth investors and successful lifestyle company, Magnolia Purchasing Advisors; TIGER 21 now counts more than 325 Members with over $30 billion in personal net worth.
The latest Asset Allocation Report from TIGER 21 shows Members continued to favor real estate investments in the first quarter of 2015. Real Estate experienced a two percentage point increase in the first three months of the year, bringing it to 29% and representing the highest allocation to real estate since TIGER 21 began tracking Member data in 2007.
TIGER 21, the premier learning group for high-net-worth investors, concluded its 5th Annual Members Conference this past week at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida. Some of the world’s leading thinkers on finance and investment, philanthropy, health and lifestyle gave presentations to the more than 500 people in attendance, including TIGER 21 Members and their families.
Thane Stenner, the Managing Director and Founding Member of TIGER 21 Canada, will step down as Managing Director to focus on his increasingly successful national high-net-worth multi-family office, StennerZohny Investment Partners+ of Richardson GMP, the largest independent wealth management firm of Canada with $27B AUA. Stenner will remain a Member of TIGER 21’s Vancouver group and will hold the title of Chairman Emeritus of TIGER 21 Canada.
TIGER 21, North America’s leading peer-to-peer learning group for high-net-worth investors, has announced that Melissa Shilliday has joined the organization as West Coast Director of Membership. She will be responsible for member recruitment in the Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego areas, as well as in Orange County, where TIGER 21 is looking to establish groups.
TIGER 21, North America’s leading peer-to-peer learning network for ultra-high-net-worth investors, has announced the formation of a new group in Boston, bringing the number of North American cities with a TIGER 21 presence to 18. The group, which will look to attract membership from across New England, will be led by James (Jamie) Cornell, an experienced investment leader with strong ties to the region.