For astute and well-known Wall Street investor like Paul Mampilly, becoming a writer of financial newsletters for BanyanHill.com is a job that he enjoys and one that provides value to readers. Born in India, Paul Mampilly worked hard to make a success of himself in the financial sphere.
My colleague, John Wilkinson and I go LIVE in LESS THAN 30 MINUTES! Be sure to tune it at 1:00 pm Eastern Time.
— Paul Mampilly (@MampillyGuru) May 17, 2018
For Mr. Mampilly, yielding huge returns as a fund manager on Wall Street over the years has helped Paul gain serious credibility on Wall Street. He also earned a lot of respect amongst industry leaders and peers in the financial world. In 1991, Paul Mampilly got started in financial sector by working on Wall Street.
Mampilly has also received a significant amount of recognition by coming in first in the Templeton Foundation Competition in 2009. He took a 50 million dollar fund and turned it into $88 million. Because of the significant gains made on Mampilly’s picks, it impressed many people in the financial world.
Mampilly started out in his first job working as an assistant manager handling money portfolios at Banker’s Trust. But, Paul eventually worked his way up to a more high-profile role after leaving Banker’s Trust. Paul Mampilly worked at Deutsche Bank in the healthcare portfolio. Paul also worked at ING Group in finance. Paul Mampilly has had over two decades in finance. And he has also been a noted guest Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, and Kiplinger.
In 2006, Mr. Mampilly joined the financial firm, Kinetics Asset Management, which was located in New York. Mr. Mampilly boosted Kinetics initial portfolio of 6 billion dollars in assets to 25 billion. Mr. Mampilly has also been the account manager for the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Sears account, and the Swiss Bank’s account while working at Kinetics Asset Management.
But with all the accolades and impressive achievements in financial world in New York, at the age of 42, Mr. Mampilly made a big change in life directions. He decided to settle in North Carolina to spend more time with his family and become a full-time writer. He is the Senior Editor of the newsletter, Profits Unlimited.