There’s a new secret club for wealthy investors — and it does not have oak-paneled walls because it’s online only. Clade, a private online community for investors and philanthropists, is launching this fall as an invitation-only networking and deal-making platform. Clade was created by co-founders Jonathan Lipton and Jan Oliver Koelble, veterans of Credit Suisse,...
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