Paul Mampilly has been a force in the financial sector for many years. Paul graduated from Fordham University in 1991 and soon left for Wall Street as an aspiring portfolio manager. While working at Bankers Trust, he continued to grow his investment banking experience and by the mid 2000’s, he became a key player of the Kinetic Asset Management team by managing their hedge fund. During the recession of the mid 2000’s, he won a prestigious award from the Templeton Foundation. This was a true testament to his financial skills given the fact that he received the award during the financial crisis. In more recent times, Paul now has steered away from the big corporations and has primarily focused on helping individual customers with financial advice. In the article below, we will recap an interview from Inspirery with Eric Dye. In addition, we will recap an article from Digitalmode.net where Paul Mampilly discusses how the Internet is transforming the way things are done in the financial world.
Eric asks Paul about some of the changes from the stock market within the last 20 years to which Paul responded that the advent of computers and the digital age have been the biggest changes. There is less human interaction in financial management and more use of algorithms and bots. Paul also states that Exchange Traded Funds, commonly known as ETF’s, have also made a direct impact in today’s financial world. Eric asks about Paul’s involvement with Spotify and how he is largely invested in it. Lastly, Eric asks Paul which entrepreneur he admires to which Paul responded Elon Musk because of the risky companies he has supported.
In a Digitlamode.net article, Paul Mampilly discusses about investing in the future. He points out that investing in the “Internet of Things” will be successful for future investors. The term simply means internet devices such as cameras, sensors and other technologies that store and transmit data. Nowadays, Paul Mampilly gives sound financial advice and has amassed over 100,000 followers who subscribe to his various services and newsletters. The article concludes by Paul predicting that the “Internet of Things” will be even bigger than the tech boom of the 1990’s.
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