TIGER 21 Names Vice Chairs for Toronto and Calgary Groups

Mar 29, 2012

TIGER 21 Names Vice Chairs for Toronto and Calgary Groups
Peer-to-peer learning network for high net worth investors continues to see strong interest in Canada

Toronto, Canada (March 29, 2012) – TIGER 21, the premier peer-to-peer learning group for high net
worth investors in North America, has announced the addition of two business and leadership authorities as
Vice Chairs of its groups in Toronto and Calgary.

Leon Goren joins TIGER 21 as Vice Chair for the Toronto group and Jennifer Fuhr joins the Calgary Group
as Vice Chair. TIGER 21 also has Canadian groups in Vancouver and Montreal.

“In less than a year we have made great strides attracting members in all four of our initial Canadian launch
cities. The addition of Leon and Jennifer to their respective groups is a sign that the TIGER 21 model of
collective intelligence has been well-received in Canada and our growth trajectory is on course,” said Thane
Stenner, TIGER 21’s Managing Director for Canada, and Founding Member. “Leon and Jennifer share the
vision that guides TIGER 21 and they both have the connections and professionalism to ensure the continued
success of TIGER 21 Canada.”

Leon Goren joins chair Norm Trainer to facilitate the Toronto group. Goren has more than 25-years experience
as an entrepreneur as well as advisor to both CEOs and senior executives looking to grow their own businesses
and/or multi-national organizations. In 2010, he became the owner and CEO of Ontario-based Presidents of
Enterprising Organizations (PEO), a peer-to-peer network for business executives focused on maximizing their
leadership potential. He frequently addresses business audiences and is a recognized authority on leadership
and business strategy.

“I am very familiar with peer-concept groups and TIGER 21 is considered the premier peer network for high net
worth investors in North America. I know many business leaders who can benefit from the TIGER 21 experience
and look forward to helping TIGER 21 expand in Toronto,” said Goren.

Jennifer Fuhr becomes vice chair of the Calgary group alongside chair Hal Walker. Fuhr is a successful financial
consultant who counts numerous high net worth families, entrepreneurs, and family businesses as her clients. In
2011, she founded Family Wealth Consultants to advise high net worth families in the numerous challenges they
face managing their wealth. She is a frequent speaker on wealth related issues.

“The challenges and opportunities facing the wealthy are oftentimes complicated. TIGER 21 provides a very
constructive environment for the super affluent to seek answers from their peers and receive honest feedback
from people dealing with some of the same issues, all within a ‘safe harbor’ and confidential environment. I am
happy to be joining the TIGER 21 team and contributing to its success,” said Fuhr.

The mission of TIGER 21 is to provide an intimate confidential setting where high net worth investors who have
been responsible for creating their own significant wealth, help each other navigate through a turbulent time.

The TIGER 21 experience helps many members successfully transition from focused entrepreneurs or senior
executives to disciplined managers of their personal wealth, while for other active managers of energy, real
estate or financial assets, the experience provides an opportunity to take an afternoon/eve once a month
out of a busy schedule to explore the critical personal issues of wealth, family, health and philanthropy.

Participating in professionally facilitated, 10- to 15-person groups, Members meet monthly to harness the
varied expertise and collective intelligence of their peers in high-energy, noon to 7:30pm sessions. In addition
to the four Canadian groups, TIGER 21 has groups in New York, Dallas, Miami, San Francisco, San Diego,
Washington, DC and Los Angeles. There are nearly 200 members throughout North America who collectively
manage over $18 billion in investable assets.

The Canadian groups have already hosted a number of notable experts on financial topics and other wealthrelated
issues. Among the presenters this past year were Larry Ohlhauser, President and CEO of Ohlhauser &
Associates, who spoke on empowering individuals to take responsibility for their own health; Gerald Connor,
Chairman and CEO at Cumberland Private Wealth, on global markets; Barry Allan, founding partner of
Marret Asset Management Inc. on fixed income investments; Blake Bromley of Benefic, on using philanthropy
in estate planning; David Picton of Picton Mahony; and Stephen King of Alaris Royalty as well as some of
Deloitte’s senior partners on tax trends. The roster of world-class presenters is continuing to build and new
featured speakers are announced regularly. See attached pdf for past and future presenters.

To find out more about the TIGER 21 experience, visit the website www.tiger21.com/Canada or click on the
following links:

TIGER 21 Canada fact sheet: http://www.tiger21.com/docs/FactSheetCanada.pdf

TIGER 21 testimonials: http://www.tiger21.com/canada/TestimonialsCA.pdf

TIGER 21 Frequently asked questions: http://www.tiger21.com/docs/FAQ-Canada.pdf

About TIGER 21:
TIGER 21 (The Investment Group for Enhanced Results in the 21st Century) is North America’s premier
peer-to-peer learning network for high net worth investors. TIGER 21 has nearly 200 Members who
collectively manage approximately $18 billion in investable assets and have been entrepreneurs, inventors
and top executives. TIGER 21 focuses on improving investment acumen as well as exploring common issues
of wealth preservation, estate planning and family dynamics beyond finance. Founded in 1999, TIGER 21
is headquartered in New York City and has US-based groups in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San
Diego, Miami, Washington, DC, and Dallas. Its exclusive Canadian groups are located in Vancouver, Toronto,
Calgary and Montreal. More information can be found at www.tiger21.com.

If you are interested in learning more about TIGER 21, please complete the contact form and you will receive a copy of our most recent Asset Allocation Report.

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