A former hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly is a successful American investor. He is also the winner of the coveted Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. In the past, Paul Mampilly has been featured on Bloomberg TV, CNBC as well as Fox Business News among others. He founded Profits Unlimited which is a popular investment newsletter. Paul uses his experience, knowledge and expertise as a former insider of Wall Street to guide the over 90,000 subscribers who follow his newsletter into prime stocks. Born in India, Paul Mampilly relocated to the United States when he was still a young man. He later went on to join Wall Street and has been in the field of investing for over 25 years.
The career journey of Paul Mampilly started in 1991after he went to serve as a research assistant at the Deutsche Bank. After working there for a while, he was promoted due to his hard work and he started managing accounts worth millions of dollars. Paul Mampilly quickly rose in his field and started managing big accounts for Bankers Trust and ING. He also worked for a private bank in Sears, Switzerland as well as the Royal Bank of Scotland. Under the leadership of Paul, Profits Unlimited has grown and expanded to become one of the fastest growing newsletters when it comes to the investment field.
In 2009, Paul Mampilly went down in history as the winner of the investment competition which is organized by the Templeton Foundation. This was after he took an investment worth $50 million and then tuned it to $88 million, a gain of 76% which was achieved at the time of financial crisis. Paul Mampilly started working with Banyan Hill Publishing after he decided to start Profits Unlimited. The main aim of starting the newsletter was so as to guide the Americans into good opportunities that bring profitable investments. Each month, Paul mails newsletters to all his subscribers and recommends a new stock. Paul Mampilly attributes his success in the investment world to passion, hard work and commitment. He serves as a mentor to individuals who wish to join his line of work.