Working on Wall Street was great experience for Paul Mampilly, but he found that helping the rich get richer wasn’t leaving him fulfilled in his work. He first started with Bankers Trust Company as an assistant portfolio manager. He was soon promoted to becoming a full time portfolio manager, but when Deutsche Bank completed their acquisition of Bankers Trust he would move on to becoming a research assistant.
As he continued to learn in various roles there, he would eventually become a senior research analyst at ING. It didn’t take long for him to get promoted into a position where he would manage large investment accounts, totaling millions in assets. It was evidence that Paul Mampilly was getting somewhere on Wall Street.
Handling clients like Sears, to the Royal Bank of Scotland, and many more, Paul Mampilly discovered that there was a lot to learn, and that his career was satisfying. Yet, he realized that he was helping few people that really could benefit from what he knew. He was essentially taking millions for clients and turning it into billions, but what about the other 99%? It was with this thought that he chose to walk away from his career there on Wall Street, and branch out into a new sector of finance.
Paul Mampilly retired from his career in portfolio management, and took on a position as the senior editor of Banyan Hill Publishing. His overall goal was to spend more time with his family, while continuing to help countless individuals and families learn how to increase their investment portfolio and prepare for retirement.
Paul Mampilly believes that by writing his newsletter, he is able to help more people due to the wide distribution of the newsletter. He has found more satisfaction in delivering his valuable knowledge in a way that most individuals can afford.
Banyan Hill Publishing was founded on the principle that people should be able to become self-sufficient, and it was on this foundation that they chose to build a community of financial experts that would be dedicated to helping others understand financial principles for better living.