Paul Mampilly became the Senior Editor of Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 and specializes in technology, growth investing, stocks and special opportunities. Wall Street was the beginning of his career and he has worked for ING and Deutsche Bank. He has been a participant in investment competitions and eventually retired to be with his family. He still considers himself to be an investor except instead of helping the ultra rich he helps everyday men and women make money. He has founded newsletter and has a research service.
Paul Mampilly became tired of Wall Street because he did not believe they were helping enough people. Once he became untangled from the industry he used his expertise to help people who came from all different backgrounds. His newsletters give him the ability to show average people how to make money with sound investments. His research is extensive and he spends time writing as well. He helps his readers understand stocks and gives them information designed to be easy to understand and follow.
Paul Mampilly is excited by the concept of The Internet of Things. He believes energy, healthcare, aerospace, food, banking, marine and automotive will be drastically altered due to this concept. He feels when machines are connected through sophisticated technology they will be able to accomplish what people alone can’t.
Paul Mampilly serves the Sovereign Society as their Senior Editor. He has the ability to work with people and teach them how to grow their wealth with investments in technology and stocks. He spent 25 years on Wall Street and gained valuable experience in hands on money management. When he was in his 40’s he retired so he could see his family more. By the end of the 1980’s he was working with Deutsche Asset Management as an analyst. He then went to work for the Royal Bank of Scotland as a money manager. He gained even more experience with Bankers Trust, a Swiss bank and Sears.
From 2009 through 2010 Paul Mampilly was the director of investments for the Kinetics International Fund. This was a hedge fund with a value of $25 billion. The returns posted were 67 and 20 percent and outperformed the MSCI EAFE index.