TIGER 21, a North American peer-to-peer learning network for high-net-worth investors, has launched a second group in Chicago.
The new group will be headed by Steve Larrick, who is an executive business coach and mentor.
Larrick, with an experience of about two decades in consulting and executive business coaching. presently works as best practice chair at Vistage International. He previously held the role of CEO at Harris Chernin.
The new group is the 38th group for TIGER 21 that has operations in the US and Canada.
TIGER 21 president and CEO Barbara Goodstein said: "The city of Chicago is a diverse, international metropolitan that attracts top talent, investors, academics and innovators. Steve’s work as an executive coach and mentor makes him uniquely suited to chair the new Chicago Group."
New York City-based TIGER 21 focuses on enhancing investment acumen and exploring common issues of wealth preservation, estate planning and family dynamics. The company has more than 400 members who over who together oversee more than $40bn in personal assets.