Paul Mampilly has been very instrumental in ensuring that the poverty levels in his community and the whole of the United States reduced to a manageable level. He has been doing this by trying to educate the public on the best ways to make investment decisions that are savvy and rational. The knowledge that Paul possesses comes from the education that he acquired from the Montclair and the Fordham Gabelli School of Business where he underwent rigorous training in business administration. He has later been to many organizations where he has gained extensive experience in the management of investment portfolios and also making financial management decisions. All these combined have enabled Paul Mampilly to become one of the savviest investment manager and portfolio analyst in the United States.
Bankers Trust Company was the first organization that employed Paul when he was fresh from school. The company gave him the responsibility of being the assistant portfolio manager, a role in which he showed an outstanding performance. This position made him learn a lot about investment management and the art of making the right decisions regarding investments. After working in the same position for a while, he was promoted to the position of the senior portfolio manager, before a German multinational, Deutsche Bank purchased the company. After the acquisition, Mampilly moved to Deutsche where he became the research analyst at the organization. He would later move to ING and the Kinetics Asset Management at higher ranking positions than he was at the reputable bank.
Paul Mampilly became a servant of the rich for more than twenty years when he was employed at those large organizations. However, he felt that the services that he rendered at the companies that employed him were only beneficial to the investors who were wealthy and afforded to pay for the wealth management services through the company. The low-income earners, on the other hand, who would have wished to invest their small funds wisely never anyone to give them the right advice on how to go about the investments. That’s when he decided to terminate his employment contract to become an editor at the Banyan Hill Publishing. There, Paul Mampilly is happy serving the everyday American with his savvy financial and investment acumen.