The Unanticipated Rise of Paul Mampilly to the Wall Street

From rural India to Montclair State University, and later to the Wall Street; this is not a common path that many has followed. However, Paul Mampilly defied the odds and followed it. He was born in India in a very tiny village where his parents had been living. His father worked as a casual worker in Bombay City, where he earned too little to sustain his family. This doesn’t imply that he was not educated; he had completed his college education many years earlier, only that he was never as lucky as his friend who had secured lucrative jobs after that. However, Mampilly’s father never despaired, and he remained faithful that one day would come and his family would live happily without financial worries.

He always encouraged his children, Paul Mampilly, and his sister, to put more effort in their studies, despite the uncertainties about the availability of funds to take them to college. This inspired Mampilly and made him get more interested in books and studies. Furthermore, education is the main key to exit the prisons of poverty. The day that the family of Mampilly had long waited finally came when their father relocated them from India to Dubai. Therein Dubai, they found life a bit easier, and his father was able to consolidate money that took his children to good schools and even to college.

Paul Mampilly went to Montclair State University and later to Fordham Gabelli School of Business to pursue his master in Business Administration. Paul later joined the Wall Street where he worked for various financial institutions in various lucrative positions. From these companies, Paul Mampilly was able to acquire humongous experience and expertise that made him very popular and reputable in the investment industry. He became a much-honored member of the Wall Street with his financial proficiency inspiring every player in the industry. This inspired many companies to employ Mampilly so that they could enjoy the expertise that he possessed. Some of the companies that Paul worked for were the ING, Bankers Trust (which was later acquired by Deutsche Bank), and the Kinetics Asset Management where he was a senior hedge fund manager.