Paul Mampilly has accomplished a lot in his career, especially considering his rather humble beginnings in a small Indian village. At 42, his career in investing has lasted over the last decade and a half. During this time, he has held a wide variety of positions that have given him important insight into the world of Wall Street.
Paul Mampilly is a firm believer that investing doesn’t have to be limited to the elite anymore and encourages other to invest using his newsletter from Banyan Hill Publishing aimed at ‘Main Street Americans’. He and his advice have been featured on news outlets like Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, and CNBC. With his new publication, he can spread his messages about investing to those who are interested across the United States.
His newsletter Profits Unlimited is subscribed to by more than 90,000 people. Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing Paul Mampilly was getting tired of helping corporations become richer while everyday people struggled to make ends meet. This is one of the factors that led him to retire from the world of Wall Street in order to get into the publishing industry. His newsletter consists of 8 pages that include a “model portfolio” or stocks that Paul Mampilly personally recommends to his readers based on his extensive research.
After earning his bachelors degree in business administration Paul Mampilly earned his first position of many in the financial industry at Bankers Trust Company. Starting as an assistant portfolio manager he quickly became a full portfolio manager before earning the position of research assistant after the company was acquired by Deutsche Bank. His experience at Bankert Trust allowed him to gain a lot of necessary experience that taught him the vital importance of research when it came to investing.
As his experience grew, he was able to move up the ranks even more and eventually was managing accounts with millions of dollars in capital in their portfolios under ING. After leaving ING he joined Kinetics Asset Management as a hedge fund manager. In this position, his portfolio eventually grew to contain over $35 billion in assets that he personally managed.