Paul Mampilly Brings Wall Street Wisdom to Main Street Clients

Posted on August 21, 2018

Paul Mampilly began his life far away from Wall Street career he later mastered. Born in a small village in India, his father moved him to the mega-city of Bombay. Despite graduating from college, money and finances were difficult in the early days of his life. Fortune fell upon the Mampilly’s, and not for the last time, when his father moved the family to Dubai in 1974.

The result was financial and personal growth for Paul Mampilly and his family. The newfound good fortune gave him the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Montclair State University in 1991. Later in his life and career, he went on to the Fordham Gabelli School of Business to earn a master of business administration.

Fresh out of college Paul Mampilly began his career with Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. His success led to managing multi-million dollar accounts for big players such as ING, Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and Sears. He notably believed in upstart companies before they were big such as Facebook, Netflix and Whole Foods. He even found continued success through the 2008 crash.

Despite success on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly wanted to take his talents to a wider audience and client base. He decided in 2016 to retire and take what he had learned to average Americans. The average person did not have access to the level of expertise which he provided, and he wanted to change that. Mampilly joined a growing community of experts in the financial field at Banyan Hill – formerly The Sovereign Society.

Banyan Hill is a platform which provides Paul Mampilly with the opportunity to reach a more diverse client base. With a readership of over 400,000 readers, Banyon Hill focuses on one new investment opportunity a month. Each month Mampilly provides a “model portfolio” which lists several stocks which are his personal recommendation.