Paul Mampilly is a widely-experienced investor and author from Durham, North Carolina. Currently, he is a management consultant with the Capuchin Consulting Firm.
He has for 20 years worked on Wall Street for prestigious clients such as ING, Kinetics International, and Deutsche Bank. In 2009, he turned and investment of $50 million into a $88 million investment during the country’s financial crisis, which was 76% gain and won him the coveted Templeton Foundation competition.
Mampilly is now working with Banyan Hill Publishing, which is an independent publishing firm whose specialty is publishing advisories in research and investment newsletters. He started a newsletter that he sends out to his subscribers once a month which helps the Main Street Americans to make profitable investments.
He sends a new stock option in the newsletter each month and keeps them updated each week on several stocks in their model portfolio and keeps track on his website as to how these stocks he has recommended are progressing.
However, Paul Mampilly does not invest for them but offers them an alternative to use their own brokerage firms instead of the traditional methods used by financial advisors and their clients. His subscribers say that this is the most profitable stock market investment method that they have ever experienced. One such subscriber has generated $45,190 by investing in the stocks that Mampilly has recommended.
The consulting firm, Capuchin Consulting, was founded with the idea of providing money-making recommendations to professional investors. With his Profits Unlimited he has managed to, in 11 months, show a 40% return.
His philanthropic involvement is with the Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. as a food distribution volunteer, Big Brothers a Big Sisters, Junior Achievement of New York as a volunteer teacher, acquainting them with money and finance.
He attended New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering for Financial Engineering, City University of New York-Hunter College, Economics, earned an MBA from Fordham Gabelli School of Business and a BBA in Finance and Accounting from Montclair State University.