Born in a small village in the rural parts of India, Paul Mampilly’s father never grew up in a wealthy background. However, he managed to obtain a college degree which never did much in providing him a lucrative job to cater for his family. This made him move to Bombay, the largest city in the country. The movement was meant to seek better living standards for him and his family, but all this was in vain. Financial constraints never broke up from the family. This made Mampilly’s father transfer his family to Dubai, hoping that life would favor them there.
Upon relocation, the family’s financial tables began to turn positive. The economy of Dubai was at its boom since they had just started exporting oil. This made survival easier for Paul Mampilly’s family since his father could afford to adequately provide for them and subsequently save for his children’s education. At long last, Paul and his sister got to attend colleges and obtained their degrees. Paul especially pursued a degree in Business administration for his undergraduate from 1986 to 1991 at the Montclair State University. Connect with Paul Mampilly by visiting his linkedin acount.
Immediately after his undergraduate, Paul Mampilly joined the Wall Street where he started his professional financial career as an assistant portfolio manager at the Banker Trust Company. There, he portrayed his leadership ability, an aspect that saw him promoted to a fully-fledged portfolio manager. He would later transition his career line to become a research assistant at the Deutsche Bank after the bank acquired the Bankers Trust Company. Mampilly continued with his career of managing other people’s investment at Deutsche Bank. Other companies that he would later work for were the ING (where he worked as a senior research analyst), Kinetics Asset Management (where he was recruited to manage the company’s hedge portfolios), and many others.
Later on, Paul Mampilly got disturbed about how his vast experience never got to benefit the more substantial part of the U.S, Main Street America, and instead only added value to just a few wealthy investors of the Wall Street. This made Mampilly quit his job where he was employed to manage investment portfolios for few affluent individuals and joined Banyan Hill Publishing. Here, Paul started publishing newsletters containing his rich financial acumen, which he has been distributing to the ordinary Americans at very affordable costs. The initiative has left Paul Mampilly a happier man since he now feels more meaningful to the community than ever before. He can also afford enough time for his family, which was quite a challenge before. Follow:https://twitter.com/MampillyGuru