Paul Mampilly is among the most renowned investment experts and hedge fund managers in the United States. This is primarily attributed to his vast skill set and experience from working in the Wall Street for almost two decades. Additionally, Mampilly is an avid, adept writer and editor in a series of magazines and newsletters. These publications have been one of the most instrumental aspects in establishing him as a trustworthy and knowledgeable financial advisor, especially his Banyan Hill Publishing monthly publications.
At Banyan Hill Publishing, Paul updates his clientele on the weekly progress of more than one share. Basing from the clients’ reviews on his financial advice, Paul is portrayed as not only an expert in the financial sector but also a guru in the financial investment advice. Noticeably, it is recorded that almost more than 80 percent of all the open stocks are normally profitable. In addition, Paul serves as an editor in several other platforms, including The Sovereign Society where he is currently working as a senior editor.
Paul Mampilly owns a very reputed platform famously known as Profits Unlimited, which is seemingly his brainchild. Profits Unlimited missions to educate and enlighten the American citizens in identifying profitable ventures in cutting-edge shares. In an approximated figure, the newsletter boasts of more than 40,000 subscribers. It is worth noting that Paul has been recognized globally for his investment skills and he also won the prestigious Templeton Foundation investment competition.
Born in India, Paul Mampilly currently resides in the United States where he went to the Montclair University and earned a degree in accounting and finance. Later, Paul attended the Fordham Gabelli School of Business to pursue his Master’s degree in finance. Through the profound belief that the society deserves better from the successful individuals, growing up, Paul engaged in several volunteer activities such as food distribution causes. Paul Mampilly used to drive around offering food to the poor and homeless as well as showing them love and companionship they much needed. Notably, he did this volunteer work for approximately five years.
Previously, Paul worked with well-reputed organizations including; Capuchin Consulting, Kinetics International Fund, Deutsche Bank and ING among others. He has also attended the School of Engineering at the New York University where he trained for financial engineering.