Former Wall Street portfolio manager Paul Mampilly has turned his sights to publishing to provide all investors with his insights on investing. He especially wants to bring his investing expertise to the 99% of investors who do not have multi-million-dollar portfolios or cannot spend several hours a day studying the stock market. As the senior editor of Banyan Hill Publishing, he believes he can have far more influence on investors than when he was managing a portfolio for Kinetics Asset Management worth over $25 billion that had an average 43 percent return.
Paul Mampilly grew up in India and Dubai. He attended Montclair State University in New Jersey from 1986 to 1991 and received a degree in business administration. He also attended Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business where he received an MBA. Paul began working on Wall Street as an assistant portfolio manager with Bankers Trust Company shortly after he completed his undergraduate studies. He became a full portfolio manager before Deutsche Bank acquired Bankers Trust. He went to work for ING as a senior research analyst after leaving his position as a research assistant with Deutsche Bank. At Deutsche Bank and ING, he helped manage portfolios worth millions of dollars. He left ING to go work for Kinetics Asset Management and managed a fund that Barron’s magazine called a “World’s Best.” Visit his facebook to learn more about his platforms.
Paul Mampilly said his primary reason for becoming the senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing was to get out of the daily Wall Street grind and to spend more time with his family. He also wanted to spread his knowledge about successful investing to a wider audience. According to an article on PremierGazette.com titled “Broadening the Tree of Wealth with Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing,” the publishing company has over 400,000 daily readers. Its website offers advice on investing in commodities, stocks, stock options, and growth opportunities. Paul is happy now that he has an opportunity to serve Main Street Americans and help build up their portfolios.