After being a portfolio manager on wall Street, Paul Mampilly has moved on to a new branch of work. Over the last few years, he has been working on his growing publishing career, which offers only the best advice about investments to ordinary people who want to take the leap into investing. Publishing his investment newsletters through Banyan Hill allows him a broader reach to a much larger audience. He follows the egalitarian business model, which allows the wealth to be spread by giving smart investment advice and strategies to those in the other 99 percent.
During his time on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly managed several high profile portfolios as well as holdings for the Royal Bank of Scotland and other investors. He was also one of the first to show faith in start-ups at the time like Netflix, Facebook, Whole Foods, and Universal Display.In 2016, Paul Mampilly decided he was ready to retire from Portfolio Management and took up the position of Senior Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing so he could spend more time with his family. But he was also driven to the change because he didn’t want to work on Wall Street anymore simply because he knew that his creative work wasn’t reaching anyone outside the 1 percent.
When he began publishing his investment newsletter, he began to feel that his work would actually reach someone who needed it, and could potentially change their lives.Paul Mampilly graduated from Fordham University in 1991, then went to Wall Street at Bankers Trust as an Assistant Portfolio Manager. He excelled in investment and continued to further his working career by working for numerous legal firms. He was managing the $6 billion hedge fund for Kinetics Asset Management and was honored with a win in a highly-regarded competition the Templeton Foundation held. Considering this honor came within the throes of the 2008-2009 financial crisis, it just proves his investment abilities.