Paul Mampilly is a well-known business figure. The Indian born American investor is a former manager at Hedge Fund and founder of the prestigious Profits Unlimited brand. Over years, Paul has been a regular focus on TV networks, especially Bloomberg and CNBC.
Paul possesses an MBA in finance from Fordham School of Business. In addition to the MBA, he has a BBA in Finance Accounting.
Paul likes helping people, and this is the reason why he joined Wall Street as an Assistant Manager in 1991. He was able to help common individuals find the most profitable money making investment opportunities. Having moved from India at a tender age, the journey hasn’t been easy.
At Wall Street, Paul enjoyed working at Deutsche Bank, and this is where his financial career kicked. He has over 25 years of business financial experience. Through the course, he managed million dollars worth of accounts and notably in the Royal Bank of Scotland.
In 2006, Kinetics International Fund came knocking. The Hedge Fund brand saw how much an asset Paul was. The company is recorded to have thrived under Paul as more returns were generated during his tenure. Read more on Ideamensch
In 2008, Paul took a chance with Netflix. The company enjoyed good leadership and financial gain under the governance of Paul. Wherever he goes, Paul implants quality gainful ideas in the mind of his subjects and fellow investors. He informs them of the productive prospects to invest and timing to do the selling.
In 2012, Paul decided to stretch his investment options. He bought shares at Sarepta Therapeutics. The drug company produces prescriptions for managing muscular dystrophy. He sold his shares and gained over 2000% in profit.
In 2016, he decided to join Banyan Hill Publishing as a senior editor. He specialized in helping interested Americans in finding wealth from investments as well as technology.
Business Achievement and Awards
In 2006, Kinetic Asset was named the world best firm under the leadership of Paul. In 2009, Paul was recognized by Template Foundation for his investment achievement in a contest carried by them.
Though retired at the age of 42, Paul still oversees Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited, companies that he founded. He has a new research dabbed True Momentum released this year.