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Paul Mampilly: Self built success

Paul Mampilly is a financial guru and graduate from Fordham University. He has held several premiere positions within large corporations such as Bankers Trust and Kinetics Asset Management as well as others such as legal firms. One of his greatest accomplishments he has done was a $25 billion dollar growth for Kinetics Asset Management. Learn more about Paul Mampilly at Crunbchbase.

Paul Mampilly also held a position inside of Wall Street. He had grown accustomed to the high intensity workload and fast paced action, however, over time this seemed to take its toll on him. Paul Mampilly is also a creator of his own products. He is the founder of 2 trading platforms named Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum.

Success wasn't given to him, however. Paul Mampilly grew up in a small town in India where he later went on to receive a college education. Throughout adulthood he still struggled financially. He decided that it was time for a change in his life. In 1974 Paul, along with his family, moved to Dubai. This seems like such an odd thing, however. What family that is struggling financially moves to Dubai? Apparently this one.

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Divine intervention might have played a hand in this success as at the moment of their family relocating, Dubai had undergone economic growth that the city had not seen in years. Both Paul and his sibling were able to receive a college education. Paul ended up receiving a bachelors in Business. He later went on to receive his Masters in Business Administration from Fordham, a top of the line business school.

After his career working for Wall Street ended in 2016, he went on to bigger and better things and became a senior adviser at Banyan Hill Publishing. This career move could of happened for several reasons. One of the possibilities could be that the work was unfulfilling or draining, however, the more likely cause is the need to spend more time with his family at home. Read more about Paul on Interview.net.

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