Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing Looks to Help the 99%
At one point, Paul Mampilly was considered a darling of Wall Street. His claim to fame was providing financial advice to the 1%. At his height, Mampilly had a portfolio of around $25 billion that included assets for groups such as the Royal Bank of Scotland to Sears. The name Paul Mampilly appeared on the Barron Magazines “World Best” as result of his portfolio’s impressive return rate of 43%. He attributed his success to his holding in what were obscure companies at the time: Facebook, Netflix, Whole Foods, and other brands that have since become household names. Follow Paul on twitter.com.
However, with a history that stretched back to rural India, he grew exhausted and unfulfilled with the rapid pace of Wall Street. In 2016, Paul Mampilly became the senior editor for Banyan Hill Publishing. With Banyan Hill Publishing, Mampilly felt he was able to reach out and help a wider audience. It is a mission he finds more meaningful than his previous work on Wall Street. Originally founded under the name The Sovereign Society, the publishing firm rebranded in 2016. This change was part of a pivot from its original 1998 concentration on self-reliance and independence to building an expert financial group dedicated to the empowerment of the average American.
Paul Mampilly was brought on as part of this group of financial experts. He utilizes his prior Wall Street experience to provide daily advice to Banyan Hill’s 400,000 readers. Mampilly strives to build up what he refers to as “Main Street Americans” with his the Profits Unlimited, True Momentum, and Extreme Fortunes newsletters. His investment advice focuses on growth investing, tech opportunities, and small-cap stocks. In addition to his work with Banyan Hill Publishing, Mampilly still manages Capuchin Consulting. Capuchin Consulting is a firm Mampilly founded in 2013 to provide advice to professional investors.