Today, Paul Mampilly works as a senior editor with Banyan Hill Publishing, contributing to the newsletter, Profits Unlimited, which has garnered over 90,000 subscribers, as well as the elite trading services, Extreme Fortunes, and True Momentum. Throughout his career, he has developed an extensive understanding of the intricacies of finance and is often featured on renowned platforms such as Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, and CNBC. While still highly active in the world of investing, the former Wall Street hedge fund manager now offers his services to a different audience, choosing to assist average Americans in strengthening their portfolios, as well as their overall financial aptitude. Paul Mampilly is a graduate of Montclair State University, where he earned a BBA in Finance and Accounting, and also holds an MBA from Fordham University’s, Gabelli School of Business.
After graduating from Montclair State University in 1991, Paul Mampilly decided to give Wall Street a go, finding employment with Bankers Trust, and staying on once it was acquired by Deutsche Bank. Throughout the years, he would work for several other reputable financial institutions, including ING, The Royal Bank of Scotland, and later, Kinetics Asset Management. During his Wall Street career, Paul Mampilly would work in a variety of capacities, managing a trading desk, working as an analyst, and as a hedge fund manager, each contributing to his stellar reputation. As a fund manager with Kinetics Asset Management, he was able to secure a 26 percent return rate during his tenure, growing the fund from $6 billion in assets to over $25 billion, prompting Barron’s magazine to name it one of the “World’s Best” funds. Although he has been away from Wall Street since joining Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016, his research routine has remained relatively unchanged since the early part of his career. Each day, Mr. Mampilly spends between twelve and fourteen hours researching prospective stocks and tracking the progress of companies that he’s interested in. The Swedish company, Spotify, recently piqued his interest due to their rather unorthodox method of transitioning from a private entity to a public company.