With an MBA from the University of Fordham, Paul Mampilly has not let people’s expectations down. He has gurnard experience over the years in the finance sector working for high profile establishments. With every organization he worked in, he made a significant impact, creating a name for himself and soon he became an asset that prominent agencies strived to recruit.
He had his start in 1991 working for a Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. He moved up in the sector quite fast as he earned himself high ranking positions in Banks like Deutsche and ING. While at these corporations, he took on the role of foreseeing accounts worth millions of dollars. By the year 2006, Paul Mampilly had become such a respectable name in the world of finance. So much that Kinetic Assets Management, a firm worth six billion dollars recruited him to oversee their hedge fund. True to his reputation, Mampilly did not let down, during his tenure in the company, Kinetic Assets Management rose from a worth of six billion to a good twenty-five billion dollars. The firm was also named the World’s best hedge fund by Barron’s during the same period.
Among Paul’s most significant achievement is winning the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition between the years 2008 and 2009. Emphasis on the fact that these were the years that were struck by a financial crisis, Paul Mampilly managed to grow a 50 million dollar investment to 88 million dollars in just a year. To learn more, click here.
In the long run, Paul had enough of the Wall Street scene and decided to take a back seat. Despite this, he continues to be an active investor. As of 2016, Paul Mampilly joined the Banyan Hill Publishing where he currently works as a senior editor. He is still actively involved in his line of business as he even specializes in aiding gain the Main Street American’s gain corporate development by adapting to new technology, investing and searching for extraordinary opportunities. After helping grow the wealth of the one percent for years, he now strives to do the same for the other ninety-nine. From Wall Street, the man Paul Mampilly is a force to be reckoned with.
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