Paul Mampilly is a very successful businessman and investor who resides in Durham, North Carolina. He received a BBA in finance and accounting from Montclair State University from 1986 to 1991 and then an MBA in finance from Fordham Graduate School of Business from 1995 to 1997.
He began his career in 1991 at was once Bankers Trust, now Deutsche Bank, as an assistant portfolio manager, but quickly moved up the ranks and became in charge of managing multi-million dollar accounts. In 2006 the owners of a $6 billion firm hired Paul Mampilly to manage their hedge fund. With Paul in charge of the Hedge fund it quickly grew to $25 billion and solidified itself as one of the world’s most prominent hedge funds averaging 26 percent annual returns during Paul’s time working there. Paul also competed in the investment competition held by the Templeton Foundation where he managed to grow an investment of $50 million to $88 million in just two years, and even more impressive was the fact that this was all during the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009.
Nowadays Paul Mampilly runs his own newsletters in Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes and has made many appearances on TV to talk and help other people than just the upper class with their investments. At his current Newsletter’s he is trying to get people to invest in this new technology that is said to be 7 times bigger than computers, smartphones and tablets combined, and have and 8,000 percent increase for early investors. On top of helping people with their investments Paul Mampilly has also done a lot of volunteer work throughout the years.
He has been a volunteer teacher for Working in Support of Education and Junior Achievement of New York, a conversational exchange volunteer at the International Center in New York, a big brother to an 11 year old boy at Big Brother and Big Sisters, and a food distribution volunteer at Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. Paul Mampilly has not only succeeded in finance for himself, but works to help others succeed, and gives back to his community.
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