Paul Mampilly Shares Investment Knowledge With His Readers

After becoming a successful portfolio manager on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly decided that it was time for a change in his career. He now has a considerable publishing career with Banyan Hill giving investment advice in “Main Street America”. Through this position, Paul Mampilly is able to give his advice to a much larger audience than he was ever able to do during his time on Wall Street.

Paul Mampilly started his life in rural India in a tiny village. Despite growing up with a lot of hardships he still managed to obtain a college education. After receiving his degree Mampilly moved to Bombay, the largest city in India. There were still a lot of financial hardships in Bombay and it was difficult to figure out how to support his family on a long-term basis. In 1974, Mampilly made the decision to relocate his family to a city with more economic potential. Dubai had been experiencing a boom since 1966 when large deposits of oil were discovered opening up impressive amounts of employment opportunity.

The move changed the lives of Paul Mampilly’s family in a way that his parents could never have imagined. With the combination of opportunities in the growing city and Mampilly’s determination to change his life for the better, things were looking up for him and his sister who had joined him on his journey. The pair both became college educated with Paul Mampilly earning bachelor of business administration from Montclair State University in 1991. He continued his education at Fordham Gabelli School of Business where he earned his masters in the field as well.

In his career, Mampilly has always wanted to help other investors who were trying to get into the industry themselves. He has taken many roles in  financial industry and does not mind putting a lot of work into his career every day. He has watched the industry change significantly as computers become more and more integrated into the trade. Procedures that used to be done by hand are now being done completely by AI. Technology is not just for banks anymore when it comes to trading.

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