Paul Mampilly is the senior editor with Banyan Hill Publishing. He was appointed in 2016. He has been a hedge fund manager managing millions of dollars. He has won many accolades for his exemplary work in fund management. He also gives financial recommendations to potential investors.
Paul Mampilly started his career as an assistant portfolio manager in 1991, working for Bankers Trust. He then moved to work for ING and the Deutsche banks, where he was managing billions of dollars. In 2006 he was recruited by Kinetics Asset Management (a hedge fund) owners to manage $6 billion. In a short span, Paul was able to grow the firm assets to 25 billion. This led to it being named as the “World’s Best” hedge fund after making an annual return of 26% under the tenure of Paul Mampilly.
In one of his best-known achievements is at the Templeton Foundation. The foundation had sponsored a competition for hedge fund managers. He started with $50 million and within a year it had grown to $88 million. What was more impressive is that he managed this during the infamous global financial crises between 2008 and 2009. He emerged victorious in the competition.
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Paul Mampilly later left the hedge fund and corporate sector and opted to retire and concentrate on mentoring new investors on how to make money through financial investment. To accomplish this he started the popular “Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes” newsletter. Currently, in 2017, he is working to initiate a research service called True Momentum.
Paul attributes his success to getting his priorities right. He advises that the first priority in doing business is to get the procedure right and not to make money. Getting your priorities right is the route to future success. He also encourages the habit of working with the right people and in team work. Paul advises that the investment sector is a dynamic field that keeps on changing. Investors have to keep updating themselves with changes and act accordingly. Paul appears as a financial adviser with various business media such as CNBC and Bloomberg TV. Paul Mampilly advice investors to look for opportunities in the medical, food electric car industries. According to him, these industries will have huge success in near future.
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