For twenty years, Paul Mampilly was a hedge fund manager on Wall Street. During that time, he worked with multi-national clients such as ING, Deutsche Bank, Sears, and the Royal Bank of Scotland, helping to manage their assets. In 2009, at the height of the financial crisis, he served as a money manager for Kinetics International, a $25 billion dollar hedge fund. Under his guidance, the company showed returns of 67 percent that year. It was one of the reasons he won the prestigious Templeton Foundation competition for financial investment and management that year.
Retiring from Wall Street in his forties, Paul Mampilly now has a new career . . . publishing. As the saying goes, “Write what you know.” Mampilly knows about money and investing, and that’s what he is writing about. Working through Banyan Hill Publishing, he started a newsletter titled “Profits Unlimited.” In it, Mampilly uses his knowledge from his Wall Street days. He updates readers on stocks in the model portfolio every couple of weeks, and lets his readers use their own brokerage firms to decide for themselves which investment is best for them. Most of the stocks he writes about concern technology and investment trends. The stocks featured in “Profits Unlimited” have shown growth between 18 and 38 percent. Not only have many of his subscribers written praise about the newsletter, but earlier in 2017, “Profits Unlimited” hit 60,000 subscribers.
Mampilly is a graduate of the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering. Along with his experience as a money manager for various businesses and organizations, he has founded Capuchin Consulting in 2013, which provides clients with unique money making strategies. Ten years prior, Mampilly founded Capuchinomics, which published information about behavioral finance. Outside of work, he has volunteered his time to Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Coalition for the Homeless.