Portfolio and investment management is one of the most demanding task in the finance industry that many people fail to understand. This is because the success of any individual in these disciplines depends on how skillful and passionate they are about conducting market research and analyses so that they can arrive at the ultimate decisions regarding the best investment strategies to implement for their funds. Paul Mampilly was lucky to learn these skills while he worked at the Wall Street America after he completed Schools. This was a long process of learning because it involved working for different organizations while performing different roles that ranged from operations to management and leadership. All these roles equipped Paul Mampilly with the right skills to successfully manage investments and wealth for his clients and himself.
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One of the most resourceful positions that Mampilly held was at the Deutsche Bank, where he operated as the company’s assistant research analyst. This position taught him the basic principles of making rational investment decisions regarding investments. Paul Mampilly was mad to understand that investment decision-making required that the investor or the investment management officer conducted due diligence on the best investment strategies to implement and also the best time to place their investments. With this understanding, Mampilly has managed to multiply wealth for many clients of the organizations for which he worked, and also for himself.
Serving the clients of these finance and investment management institutions was not satisfactory for Paul Mampilly because his dream was to ensure that most of the American commons benefited from his wealth management skills. This was a different perspective of reasoning from the typical investment managers whose main objectives is to work for the institutions that would give them the best appreciation and pay them well. On the contrary, Mampilly’s primary objective was an all-inclusive service to the Americans.
It was for this reason that Paul Mampilly left his job at the Wall Street and became an editor at the Banyan Hill Publishing. As an editor, Mampilly publishes investment and financial advice that he dispenses to the ordinary Americans for consumption, with the aim of improving their investment decision-making skills.