Loyal has contributed thought leadership pieces to Harvard Business Review and Institutional Investor magazines, among others, as well as participating in podcasts.
Three VC experts run the numbers and conclude: Everyone's doing it wrong.
Take a step back in time to observe how Georges Doriot – the founder of both VC and INSEAD – set up a machine to fuel and fund innovation and development.
Women who venture into entrepreneurship are not poised to get a fair deal. The authors argue that bias within the VC industry is preventing funds from being allocated to the best investment opportunities, so if we want both better VC outcomes and more gender balance in entrepreneurship, we need to root out the bias hampering ventures at their earliest stages. The research suggests that the pitching process is the best place to start.
The gender gap in VC doesn’t merely reflect society’s sexism. It’s an alarm bell, warning of an industry’s obsolescence.
Entrepreneurship is almost always a path open only to those who already have wealth. Two programs that helped would be entrepreneurs have been cancelled in Ontario.
No matter your level of experience, early-stage investments are considered high-risk gambles. Why not treat them as such?
Companies founded by women get at best 3% of venture money each year. That’s a sign investors are not allocating capital wisely and missing lucrative deals, Loyal VC founding partner Kamal Hassan tells The Exchange podcast. It’s time to change the venture playbook.
Listen to Michael Kosic and Jeremy Au discuss VC diversification, sortino v.s. sharpe ratio, and open-ended funds.
Kamal Hassan on how Loyal VC built a diverse and inclusive portfolio
Kamal Hassan, Managing Partner at Loyal, explains how the power of his network helps avoid negative effects of biases in investing.