Paul Mampilly is a former professional who worked in the financial securities industry. Today, he is a writer and educator on investing for individuals. Paul attended Fordham University where he completed a master’s degree in business administration. After finishing up this degree program, Paul went on to pursue a career working on Wall Street. Once beginning his career Paul Mampilly served as an assistant portfolio manager for Bankers Trust. With this initial experience, Paul was able to gain important knowledge of the financial markets. This helped him land better positions during his career. Eventually, Paul would attain positions at other top financial firms such as IGN and Deutsche Bank. During his career, Paul was recruited by a major investment firm to manage a fund worth $25 billion. Mampilly was able to grow the fund and help it receive very high returns. This enabled him to be recognized as a top investment expert.
The lifestyle of working on Wall Street got to be very grueling for Paul Mampilly. As a result, he got tired of working there and decided to spend more time with his family. Therefore, Paul quit and went on to get involved in investment analysis and research. Now Paul participates in writing newsletters which provide advice and tips on which securities to invest in. This helps regular people find ways to build wealth and grow their investment portfolio. Paul is also involved in managing a couple of trading services as well. With this notable expertise of the financial markets, Paul is now a regular guest on major business and finance news stations. He provides his insight into the financial markets and how investors can benefit form them.
Today, Paul Mampilly is involved in other activities in the financial sector. He is a member of a publication called Banyan Publishing. As a member of this publication, Paul regularly writes articles about the latest developments in the financial sector. Mampilly writes about financial securities and make recommendations on which ones will be the most beneficial to invest in. He evaluates a mock portfolio in an effort to monitor the performance to see which ones will help investors get the best returns on their portfolio.