Paul Mampilly is a renowned investment advisor with over two decades experience. He is an extensively learned man. He is a specialist in business administration, finance, and accounting.
He attended the State University of New York at Albany and Seton Hall University where he pursued a course in Business Administration. He attained a Bachelor of Business Administration, finance, and accounting from Montclair State University. He further attended Fordham Gabelli School of Business for his Master’s in Business Administration. He later studied economics and financial engineering at the City University of New York- Hunter College and the New York University Polytechnic-School of Engineering respectively.
Paul Mampilly commenced his career in 1989 as an Account Assistant working for Chatham Street Management. He then moved to Deutsche Bank as an Account Administrator. He worked in different capacities, such as the Assistant Portfolio Manager and later the Portfolio Manager. His last position with the bank was that of a Research Analyst before moving to ING Funds as a Senior Research Analyst. In October 2003, Paul founded Capuchinomics, a company that published research on finance. He ran the company until the year 2006 when he joined Kinetics Asset Management as a Senior Portfolio Manager. Paul worked as an Author and Analyst for Common Sense Publishing, Agora Financial, and Stansberry Research. Paul Mampilly founded Capuchin Consulting almost five years ago. The company offers investment ideas to investors. He started Profits Unlimited, an investment letter published by Banyan Hill Publishing in June last year. Profits Unlimited helps Main Street Americans to spot profitable investment opportunities.
The investment advice offered by Paul Mampilly is well grounded, following his experience of many years. People who take up his advice commend him as the best financial advisor whose ideas always win them huge returns. In June last year, he advised on a stock from a semiconductor company. The stock went up by 160 percent. He managed a private account for two years, which generated a 76 percent return. The account later won the Templeton Foundation award in an investment competition. During his tenure at Kinetics, he directed a hedge fund that made a 67 percent return. This record had outdone the MSCI EAFE index.