Tiger 21, a peer-learning network for high-net-worth investors in North America, has formed a group in Austin, Texas--the organization's third in the state.

Tiger 21 was founded in New York in 1999 and now has more than 280 members, who manage over $27 billion in total assets.

Members meet monthly to exchange investment ideas and share personal experiences on a broad range of wealth-related issues. Tiger 21 also offers members access to investment opportunities, including private equity, real estate and hedge funds and other alternative investments.

Christopher Ryan will serve as chair of the Austin group, he is also chair of the two Tiger 21 groups in Dallas.

Ryan founded several technology companies in the early 1990s. He has also served as a business consultant and analyst for numerous public and private equity funds, as well as advisor to numerous start-up companies in the technology, healthcare, and services sectors.

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