Chairman of O'Shares ETFs & Shark Tank Investor
CEO. Venture capitalist. Wall Street visionary. Serial entrepreneur. Author. Teacher. Shark. Kevin O’Leary, a.k.a Shark Tank’s “Mr. Wonderful” has earned international renown for his business instincts, financial acumen and passion for helping people from all walks of life achieve their financial and entrepreneurial dreams. A self-made multi-millionaire that has launched and invested in more than 40 companies, O’Leary evangelizes a life-changing philosophy: The pursuit of entrepreneurship isn’t about money. It’s about pursuing personal freedom. Read More >
The Kevin O'Leary Speakers Series
Simple Rules For Investing With Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary
The Essence of Leadership
What You Need to be Successful
Business is War
Kevin O’Leary has called Shark Tank “the most successful venture capital firm in the world.” In this highly motivational keynote, he focuses on what entrepreneurism and Shark Tank are really about: the pursuit of personal freedom. Read More >
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There are very few people in the world that understand the financial markets like Kevin O’Leary. If your company deals at all with equities, debt, currency, financial exchanges, gold, minerals, commodities or any other asset class, he’s your guy. As Chair of O’Shares and as a personal investor, O’Leary has studied and invested in every asset class out there, and has his eye on key emerging trends and issues such as compliance, A great opportunity for CEOs to talk shop or for large audiences to get an invaluable overview of the markets. O’Leary tailors each briefing for audience interest and expertise—and always includes time to cover the most frequently asked questions about Shark Tank.
Kevin O’Leary currently owns 44 companies, including many funded as start-ups on Shark Tank. After 10 years, he analyzed the data to confirm what he had already known: All of his returns have come from those run by women. Why had his women-owned businesses returned capital faster? Combining his own observations (“If you want to get something done, give it to a busy mother”) with hard numbers and nods to his investor mother (her conservative investing philosophy was adopted by O’Leary’s highly successful O’Shares ETF Investments) and the many women in his companies; O’Leary makes a clear business case for women CEOs and how women-run organizations operate.