Meet Paul Mampilly: He’s was the winner of the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition, American investor, and successful hedge fund manager.

As an American investor, Paul Mampilly has produced impressive returns as a hedge fund manager. Mr. Mampilly has garnered credibility and important respect in the financial industry. After moving from India when he was young, Mampilly began his financial career in 1991, by working on Wall Street. Mampilly also received recognition for winning the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition by coming in first place with a $50 million dollar portfolio.

As an assistant portfolio manager with Banker’s Trust, Mampilly gained experience, and eventually took on more prominent roles. Mr. Mampilly ended up managed hundreds of millions of dollars for both Deutsche Bank, and at ING Group, after leaving Banker’s Trust. Mr. Mampilly has 25 years of experience in business. He has also been a featured guest on Fox Business News, Kiplingers, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and others. Follow Paul Mampilly on

In 2006, Paul Mampilly joined the asset management company, Kinetics Asset Management. Not soon after being hired Kinetics Asset Management, Mampilly increased the assets of this new firm to $25 billion dollars from the initial $6 billion. While at Kinetics Asset Management, he managed the Royal Bank of Scotland’s account, Sears account, and numerous Swiss bank accounts.

At 42, Paul Mamphilly wanted to spend more time with his family, so he decided to retire to North Carolina. By leaving the hectic life and the long hours demanded for money managers working on Wall Street, he decided for a calmer life as a full-time writer. Visit to know more.

Mampilly is currently the Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited, one of his three newsletters available through Banyan Hill Publishing. Besides Profits Unlimited, Mampilly runs Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum newsletters. Banyan Hill Publishing, which is an investment research company that has earned $80 million in sales, provides financial strategies for readers to wisely protect investments and to accrue significant wealth. Banyan Hill Publishing, which was founded in 1998, is a subsidiary of Agora, Inc.

Paul Mampilly’s educational foundation consists of an MBA earned at Fordham University, New York, in 1996. And since Mampilly has rolled out Profits Unlimited, some of the stocks that he has recommended are up as high as 56 percent, 64 percent, and 73 percent. In terms of trends, Mr. Mampilly predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) will become an important part of the future technology revolution, and precision medicine in the healthcare sector.