Paul Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager, author and a seasoned investment expert. According to PaulMampillyGuru, Paul began his career on Wall Street in 1991 at Bankers Trust, where he served as an assistant portfolio manager. He quickly rose to become a prominent executive at ING and Deutsche Bank, where he advised portfolio managers on stock matters and managed multi-million dollar accounts. At the New York based ING, where he worked from 2002 to May 2003, Paul oversaw a team of two analysts and offered recommendations on health care stocks to portfolio manager under his tutelage. His stock preferences at the time included life sciences, pharmaceuticals and biotech listings.
Paul Mampilly joined Kinetics Asset Management in 2006 and was charged with overseeing a mega hedge fund totaling $6 billion. During his tenure, the firm’s asset portfolio rose to $25 billion, with annual returns averaging a high of 26%. The impressive results were achieved in spite of the insurmountable 2008 and 2009 global financial crisis. After years of success at Wall Street, Paul decided to vacate and join the main street. His decision was informed by his new resolve to help the common man make money from their small investments. Working as the senior editor of Banyan Hill Publishing, Paul has done a lot to help clients find and manage wealth through investments in small cap stocks, technology and alternative investment opportunities.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Paul is also the CEO of Capuchin Consulting, a Durham, North Carolina based consulting firm established in January 2013. The company offers investment ideas to both prospective and professional investors. The candidate firms that have flourished under his auspices include Gold Mining Vectors ETF, Nvidia and Coeur Mining. Between March 2014 and December 2015, Paul Mampilly served as author and analyst of the Professional Speculator and Agora Financial, where he was also the Investment Director. During his tenure as author, editor and analyst at AFDA Trader, the premier biotech and life science magazine run by Agora Financial posted remarkable sales to the tune of $6 million.
The magazine also grew into a leading source of independent research information targeting prospective investors. Paul went to the City University of New York and later, the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering, where he studied Economics and Financial Engineering respectively. Between 1995 and 1997, he went to Fordham Gabelli School of Business, and obtained his MBA in Finance. Paul’s expertise in financial matters has seen him win several industry awards. In April, 2017, Elevation Group VIP reported Paul Mampilly’s announcement as the winner of the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. The honor was bestowed on him in regard to the Profits Unlimited newsletter, whose subscriber base grew to 60,000 under his watch.