Paul Mampilly has quite the academic background. He went to high school in India and then joined the Montclair State University in the United States where he studied Finance and accounting between the years 1086 and 1991. During this time, he was the president of the finance club. He later enrolled in the Seton University in 1994 and studies Business administration and later the City University of New York in 1998 where he joined the economics program in 1998 both these programs lasted for only a year. In 1995, he enrolled at the Fordham Gabelli School of Business where he graduated with an MBA in finance. Perhaps this explains the success he has had in the finance industry over the past two and a half decades.
Paul Mampilly Career background
Paul began his career path in 1989 working as an account assistant to the portfolio manager and financial advisor of the Chatham Street Management firm. He left the job in 1991 and got hired at Bankers Trust Company which currently goes by the name Deutsche Bank just a month later. For his first two years in the company, he worked as an account administrator before getting promoted to the role of Asset Portfolio Manager. He helped the senior portfolio manager in the management of accounts owned by high private clients with high net worth. He served on this role for almost two years also and later landed the role of the senior portfolio manager in 1995, a role he played for more than three years before leaving the company. He then got hired at the Deutsche Asset Management firm as a research analyst between the year 1999 and 2001. He is the former senior research analyst at ING Funds, founder, editor, and author of Capuchinomics and senior portfolio manager at Kinetics Asset Management.
Paul Mampilly as an author, investment director, and analyst
Paul currently works at Bayan Hill as an author and senior editor. He has worked in similar firms like Agora Finance, common sense publishing, and Stansberry research as an author, investment director, and an analyst. He also currently manages Capuchin Consulting Company which he founded in 2013.
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