Paul Mampilly is one of the brightest investment minds in the United States, following long working experience with different finance and investment companies. However, his success has not just happened as a coincidence. It has been through resilience and a great heart full of selflessness that Paul has. Follow Paul on twitter.com.
Paul Mampilly’s father had obtained a college education, but he was still struggling financially. He never earned enough to save for his children’s education, and so he decided to relocate from a small village in India where they lived, to Bombay city. There, life was not comfortable too. This made Paul’s father relocate again to Dubai.
In Dubai, things turned suddenly for the new family. Dubai had just discovered oil under its soil, and so they had started exporting oil. This made the economy to boom, an aspect that favored thriving of Mampilly’s family. His father managed to pay for their education and so Mampilly and his sister obtained college degrees. Paul Mampilly got a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Montclair State University, which he later advanced to get a master at Fordham Gabelli School of Business.
Mampilly started his professional career immediately after completing his undergraduate. He joined the Wall Street where he started working for the Bankers Trust Company as an assistant portfolio manager but was later promoted to a portfolio manager. Paul later transitioned to Deutsche Bank after it acquired Bankers Trust, where he worked as a research assistant. He later moved to ING as a senior research analyst.
While at ING, Paul Mampilly’s responsibilities increased and now he started being accountable for large portfolios that were worth millions of dollars. It was then that Kinetics Asset Management recruited him to manage one of their hedge funds. While under Paul’s management, the hedge fund tremendously grew to over $25 billion. This saw Barron’s magazine name Mampilly’s hedge fund as one of the world’s best.
Despite all the accolades that Paul received while in the investment industry, he still felt that his knowledge and expertise did not benefit as many people who needed it as Paul Mampilly would wish. This made Paul quit employment as a portfolio manager and joined Banyan Hill Publishing, where he is the senior editor. He now publishes rich investment advice that he dispenses to the citizens at prices that they can afford. This way Paul feels more satisfied when his work is benefiting more people. Learn more about Paul on Inspirery.com.