Paul Mampilly is known to many Americans in the financial industry as one of the most successful investors who has graced the Wall Street, his association with financial excellence makes him a notable name. Although he is no longer working in Wall Street, he has left a great legacy that has shaped his life even after he left. He is still considered one of the best investors in the country. He left with a great track record since, in two decades, he managed to move from the bottom of the industry to the top. At the time of his retirement from Wall Street, he was a hedge fund manager.
Paul Mampilly is a respected investor who is invited to business media channels to give his opinion about different issues that affect the industry. He has also started a newsletter known as Profits Unlimited through which he reaches out to the average investors who would like to benefit first hand from his knowledge. His intention to inspire as many investors as possible to realize that they can as well make profits from the market. Profits Unlimited is a detailed newsletter that will leave the readers more enlightened to the extent that they can rely on their own analysis to make investments. Paul Mampilly targets to make a difference in the industry by helping the disadvantaged group of investors, which also happens to be the largest, to make the right decisions.
Paul Mampilly joined Wall Street in 1991 after finding a job opportunity as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. He then embarked on a process of making a difference in his career. He showed great performance which attracted other financial organizations that were ready to offer him accounts worth millions to manage. He worked with organizations such as ING, Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and others. In 2006, he was the hedge fund manager for Kinetics Asset Management. As a hedge fund manager, his biggest accomplishment was to raise the net worth of Kinetics Asset Management from $6 billion to $25 billion.
Paul Mampilly is happy that now he is making a contribution that will make the lives of many Americans better.