Career Background and Bio
Paul Mampilly received his MBA from Fordham University in New York in 1996. Paul Mampilly’s career began in 1991, as an Assistant Portfolio Manager at Bankers Trust. He moved up with fierce tenancity to a prominent positions at Deutsche Bank and ING. He has over 25 years of investment experience. His clients range from high profile to aristocrats of Europe and Fortune 500 companies. He formally worked on Wall Street. He is a genius at spotting small companies with innovative products and models. Paul Mampilly won the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition in 2008 and 2009. Read more about Paul Mampilly at Talk Markets.
He was the founder of Capuchin Consulting a consulting firm that gives investment ideas to professional investors. He has been on spotlighted on several television shows such as; Bloomberg TV, CNBC and many others. Paul Mampilly has managed millions of dollars for well established companies, as well as companies just starting. He has also managed accounts for the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Paul Mampilly was pursued by Kinetics International Fund and was hired. He shortly gained momentum after earning the company more than it’s previous years before him. In 2008, he invested in Netflix, and sold his share to gain a distinguished amount in profits. In 2012, Paul Mampilly gained more notoriety by purchasing and selling his shares in Sarepta Therapeutics for an over 2,000 percent gain. These major fund investment transitions really put Paul Mampilly on the map. His position as an investment guru was now solidified and internationally known. Read this article at Seeking Alpha.
Currently you can find Paul Mampilly aiding individuals gain wealth through investing in technology and many other special opportunities. He is the Founder and Senior Editor of the newsletter Profits Unlimited, which subscribers can follow to learn about primed stocks in order to make higher profits. By leading this company he has taken the helm to offer guidance to those who are interested in learning more about the stocks to invest in and when to get away from the stock market. In addition, he is Senior Editor of Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum at Banyan Hill Publishing.