Retired Wall Street financial industry wizard, Paul Mampilly is fulfilling one of his long term desires with bringing his investment expertise to a broader audience. Motivated by the extremely negative effects that the market crash of 2008 had on private investors, Mampilly walked away from his successful career and began formulating an approach that would benefit this larger audience.
Building a respected name for himself at high profile firms such as Deutsche Bank, ING and Banker’s Trust has allowed Paul Mampilly to become a widely recognized name within the investment community. His new position as founder and chief editor of Profits Unlimited provides Mampilly the platform to reach smaller individual investors with his industry knowledge.
Paul Mampilly is well aware of the challenges that go with sharing his expertise with non-institutional investors. His approach has been to place himself in the position of the person he wants to make his knowledge accessible to. He succeeds in bringing his ideas to life with his clients by not taking the knowledge-level of his audience for granted. He makes good use of explanation, detail and summary with visualized data such as charts and other visual aids.
A firm believer in the value of research, he puts in up to 40 hours investigating his picks before they become his recommendations. Mampilly then puts in another 30 hours of writing time. His approach is enhanced by looking at an investment from the perspective of what could go wrong, a verification technique that has reduced the exposure to risk for his clients.
Putting his readers first has worked well for Mampilly; today Profits Unlimited boasts a readership of 60,000 subscribers.
About Paul Mampilly
Prompted by his vision to share the investment savvy he acquired during his 15 years of financial management while he worked on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly founded Capuchin Consulting, delivering investment expertise to private individuals.
His work has been recognized by the prestigious Barron’s Investment periodical. Mampilly’s track record includes growing Kinetics Asset Management’s hedge fund from $6 billion to $25 billion in 2006.
Mampilly is a graduate of Montclair State University, where he earned his BA in Finance. He also possesses an MBA from Fordham Gabelli School of Business.