The rise of Paul Mampilly to the reputable investment analyst that he is today was not only unexpected but also unprecedented. In the history of America, no one had ever moved from living in rural India to becoming a prominent figure at the Wall Street America. Paul Mampilly’s career growth has inspired and will remain an inspiration to many people who are blinded by the low-income family backgrounds that prevent them from seeing their bright future. His growth was full of challenges and hopelessness due to the financial condition of his father. Mampilly’s father had been working in Bombay City, a job which never gave him enough money for the sustenance of his family. What made him moving was the fact that he was ever hopeful that life would turn to something better with time.
Paul Mampillly also never gave up on his education despite the financial difficulties that faced his family. He always kept the hope and believed that he would one day become a different person from the one he was at that moment. Miraculously, his father secured a job in Dubai. The job was sufficient enough to provide income that would cater to the family’s needs. He relocated his whole family to Dubai where they studied until they completed their basic education.
Paul Mampilly later joined Montclair State University for his undergraduate. He also secured a master degree in Business Administration, something that would greatly contribute to his financial career growth. After completion, Mampilly started his employment at the Bankers Trust. He worked there for a while before transitioning to Deutsche Bank after the bank acquired his former employer, Bankers Trust Company. He worked there for a while as a research assistant and then ING recruited him to be their senior analyst in research. This was a very honorable position for Paul because it’s in this position that he learned how to manage huge investment portfolios worth billions of dollars for the wealthy investors.
Later in his career, Paul Mampilly got employed at the Kinetics Asset Management, where he helped the company revive its hedge fund that had been distressed for a very long period.