Paul Mampilly The Renowned Hedge Fund Manager

Paul Mampilly is an American investor, hedge fund manager and a winner of the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. Paul is the founder of Profits Unlimited where he uses his skill, knowledge, and experience as a Former established Wall Street Insider to guide his clients in investing in stocks that could bear them huge profits.

Paul Mampilly left his past million dollar deals and now strives to make the ordinary person make many. He began his finance career as a portfolio manager at Bankers Trust and worked up the ladder as a principal investor in the world best hedge fund group. The pressures of the busy Wall Street got to him and saw the business opportunity of taking his career path into his hands.

He has over two decades of investment management experience and has worked in all jobs in the finance world. He covered portfolio management for major banks such as Bankers Trust, ING, Deutsche Bank. He also was part of managing a 23$ Billion hedge fund which made his make it to the list of world’s best hedge funders.

His Business Profits Unlimited has over 60,000 subscribers and is the leading investment management newsletter in the industry. He signed up Banyan Hill Publishing to his team to assist him to create a more profitable business to his clients.

In his newsletter, Mampilly always recommends his readers an insight to new stock. He emails all his subscribers on areas of interest. He always posts various stocks in the portfolio, and they can view the live performance of the stocks. Mampilly subscribers buy shares from their accounts offering them the traditional arrangements between clients and advisor. Paul does not purchase the stock for its customers directly; he just guides them on where to invest.

When some of his clients were asked about this arrangement of buying their stock, the responded that they have never met a stock company that gives its customers that much control power in their inventory. They are a satisfied clientele who have placed a lot of confidence in Paul’s Company.

The company is profitable and is continuously restructuring and reorganizing to focus on the growth of the company with the current market trends and demands.