Fulfilling his mission to help his readers find the next Pfizer, Google and Amazon, Paul Mampilly, as the chief editor of Banyan Hill Publishing, provides recommendations, stock picks and tips in his research advisories and investment newsletters.
Mampilly, a retired Wall Street veteran who has served in money manager and analyst roles for and at Sears, Bankers Trust, the Royal Bank of Scotland, ING, Deutsche Bank and private Swiss financial institutions, brings his investment expertise to everyday investors so that they too can “make massive [financial investment] gains.”
The Wall Street jungle is filled with insiders who have access to the most relevant and current information. But Paul Mampilly has connections, knowledge and research as well.
Paul Mampilly won the exclusive and prestigious Templeton Foundation investment competition in 2009, generating a 76 percent in returns, transforming $50 million into $88 million in market conditions where large investment firms were taking huge losses. Most impressively, he accomplished this without short-selling.
At Kinetics Asset Management, in the capacity of a principal funds director, he grew the firm’s hedge fund from $6 billion to $25 billion. In 2009 and 2010 he generated returns of 67 and 20 percents, respectively, exceeding the MSCI Europe, Australasia and Far East (EAFE) market index and demonstrating his abilities against the performance of international markets.
Paul Mampilly’s strategy for locating winners in the rough includes analyzing investment picks poised for rapid price increases due to inaccurate valuations stemming from Wall Street manipulation and investor sentiments, anticipated huge increases in market-share gains due to releases of emerging problem-solving technologies and with companies that have an advantage over their competitors that is not yet reflected in the market’s prices.
Founder of Capuchin Consulting and chief editor and co-founder of Banyan Publishing, Paul Mampilly makes his 25 years of direct, Wall Street money-management experience available to private investors.
His $6 billion hedge account was recognized by Barron’s Investment, which named it one of the world’s best hedge funds in 2008.
Paul Mampilly earned a Bachelor’s in Finance from Montclair State University and an MBA from Fordham Gabelli School of Business.