TIGER 21: How the ultra-wealthy are investing
About the Episode
Founded in 1999, TIGER 21 is a global peer-to-peer network of wealthy individuals who meet on a regular basis to discuss the issues that matter most to them. Many of those discussions are focused on investing.
Its 750+ members include entrepreneurs who have created, built, and sold their own businesses across a diverse group of industries, as well as top executives at Wall Street firms and other leading companies, and investors in real estate and other sectors. All have been successful in their chosen fields and have a minimum of $10 million in investable assets, with the average Member having $100 million in assets.
About our Guest
Michael Sonnenfeldt is the founder and chairman of TIGER 21. He has been a successful entrepreneur himself and is very active in philanthropy. His philanthropic interests include international peacekeeping, the US/UN relationship, the removal of landmines and communal development, and more recently the environment and the potentially devastating effects of climate change.
Here is a link to the TIGER 21 website for more information about its offering.