Meet the Renowned Investor and Successful Entrepreneur in Wall Street— Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly is an entrepreneur, investor and the Senior Editor of Banyan Hill Publishers. He also founded the newsletter Profits Unlimited with the aim to guide the subscribers into the primed stocks. In addition, he works as a manager for two trading companies, which include the True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes. He also writes weekly columns for the company’s newsletter, Winning Investor Daily. He got his MBA degree from Fordham University from where he began his career in the finance industry.

His Success Story in the Finance Sector

Mr Paul Mampilly is one of the biggest success stories exemplified in the investment world. When he moved from India to America at a young age, he started working hard in order to achieve what he wanted in life. He began his first financial career in 1991 when he started working with Banker’s Trust. By 2009, he was given various accolades for becoming the winner of Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. He took the first position for boosting the company’s assets from 50 million dollars to 88-million-dollar portfolio.

His Position at Banker’s Trust

Paul Mampilly was appointed the Banker’s Trust’s Assistant Portfolio Manager, starting his career from the finance sphere. After resigning from Banker’s Trust, he went on to manage vast amounts of dollars for Deutsche Bank’s health sector in New York. He also worked from the management sector for the significant financial portfolio at ING Group.

As an entrepreneur who spent a lot of time working in Wall Street, he managed to yield the most spectacular returns as a senior fund manager. Due to his impressive competence and skills, he has garnered credibility and respect, and he has been recognized as one of the most influential leaders and investors around the world. Paul Mampilly has also shared his knowledge and experience with a lot of people as a Financial Advisory Editor and Consultant at Bunyan Hill Publishing. Mr Paul Mampilly got his retirement at 42 years. He is currently featuring on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, Kiplinger, Fox News and Reuters among others.

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