Paul Mampilly was a key force in the hedge fund management world who garnered serious Wall Street credibility and respect from his peers and stakeholders. Paul Mampilly got started in finance in 1991, by working for many firms on Wall Street. Read this article at Forexvestor.com.
Mampilly has received many kudos for winning the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. Mampilly came in first place in 2009, by turning a $50 million dollar portfolio into $88 million. It was this extraordinary, 76 percent increase that helped him gain kudos from many industry leaders who were impressed with this impressive outcome.
Paul Mampilly got his start in finance by working as a portfolio manager at the company, Banker’s Trust. Paul Mampilly eventually obtained a bigger role, after spending years at Banker’s Trust. Mampilly decided to take on a new role, one which involved the management of hundreds of millions of dollars in the healthcare area for Deutsche Bank. Mampilly also had a work stint with ING Group, after he left his original position at Banker’s Trust. Paul Mampilly has had 20 plus years of financial work background. Mampilly has also appeared as a guest on many different news outlets like Bloomberg TV.
Paul Mampilly decided to join the financial asset management firm, Kinetics Asset Management in 2006. After being hired by Kinetics, Mampilly increased the value of the assets at this firm to $25 billion dollars — up from the original $6 billion sum. Over the years, Mampilly also managed Swiss bank accounts, the account for Sears, and the Royal Bank of Scotland’s account, while at Kinetics.
Paul Mamphilly made a big change in his life at 42. Mampilly decided on North Carolina as a place to relocate to so could spend a lot more time with his family. He made the decision to write full-time and leave Wall Street behind.
Today, Mampilly is the Senior Editor of the newsletter, Profits Unlimited. It is one of his three newsletters which are available from Banyan Hill Publishing. Mampilly also oversees True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes, these newsletters are published by Banyan Hill Publishing. Banyan Hill Publishing was created in 1998 and is a subsidiary of Agora, Inc.
In regards to Paul Mampilly’s educational background, Mampilly earned an MBA from Fordham University in 1996.
Mampilly also noted about Bitcoin (cryptocurrency) that the bubble will burst. He said that he sold all his stocks before the stock bubble popped in 2000. Follow Paul on Medium.