When Paul Mampilly began his investment banking career 25 years ago, he was focused, driven and eager to succeed. Early in Paul’s life, he relocated from India and ultimately began a journey within the banking industry with Bankers Trust in 1991. As an Assistant Portfolio Manager, Paul was able to help Bankers Trust during the Savings and Loan crisis that swept through the country during 1990’s. The company was eventually purchased by Deutsche Bank for $10.1 billion in 1998.
Paul advanced through the executive ranks within Deutche Bank managing millions of dollars for investors using his excellent skill level within the financial sector. In 2008, he was a major investor for NetFlix, and later in 2012, he partnered with other investors to develop a drug for the treatment of muscular dystrophy.
After a sensational career on Wall Street, Paul decided to exit the daily grind of the investment commerce. He chose to start a publication named Profits Unlimited to help “normal” Americans with investing and to provide resources that are useful for knowing where to invest their hard-earned pay checks. Paul wants to help more people accomplish fulfilling their goals and living a more rewarding life. The subscription-based newsletter is published by Banyan Hill Publishing, which has a mission to unite global experts together and create the right tools for Americans to obtain the same freedom of total wealth as elite members of society.
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Paul has an MBA from Fordham University, which was founded by the Catholic Diocese of New York. Fordham University has prestigious alumni such as legendary National Football League coach Vince Lombardi and Actor Denzel Washington. The school prides itself on the accomplishments performed within the communities through volunteer and outreach services. Paul has continued with that same philosophy as a business leader and now entrepreneur.
At the age of 42, Paul Mampilly says that the most-gratifying part of business is now being able to work with clients to help them save for retirement, reach their dreams or making their lives better through better financial decisions. Paul’s career on Wall Street was a huge success, but he says: “the most satisfying moment of my career was leaving it behind.”
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