Paul Mampilly is a renowned finance guru and has been quite an influential force in the industry. Paul got his Master’s Degree from the University of Fordham, after which he got a job at Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. His experience in the finance sector has grown and evolved over the decades he has been in the field, not only in banking industry firms but also in the legal firms that dealt with savings and investments.
Some of these firms included the Deutsche Bank as well as ING, where he became quite popular and different big firms wanted to hire him for his expertise and level of professionalism that he had shown in the firms that he used to work for.
An example of the big firms was the Kinetics Asset Management Company where he was involved in controlling the hedge fund which was a success because he managed to help the company increase its assets to about $25 billion. Financial analysts name this case as the World’s Best Returns in all of history.
In 2009, Paul also gained popularity for the financial advice that he gave his clients during the period when the stocks were selling at an extreme low: market inflection. For the longest time, he was known for trading wisely during such times and in most cases he was always right.
He, therefore, enrolled for the Stock Exchange’s Templeton Foundation competition. During the competition, Paul Mampilly was in a position to turn $50 million into $88 million. This saw him win the competition with the highest gain of 76%.
Paul’s Wall Street pace began fading and he wanted to spend time with his family. He, therefore, quit working for the big firms and decided to spend his time being an advisor for potential investors and other normal ordinary people so that he can uplift them. He did not quit his finance career but he decided to use his expertise to help people that would not get a chance to get exposed to information on a normal basis.
He also tries reaching out to the ordinary investor through his monthly newsletter. His newsletter is known to contain investment tips which Paul Mampilly usually has crafted and well thought out. Paul Mampilly is also invited for a number of interviews on business news in different stations such as Bloomberg and CNBC.