Paul Mampilly founded Capuchin Consulting in January 2013. Before founding Capuchin, Mampilly worked in with Stansberry Research, Agora Financial, Common Sense Publishing. Back in 2015, Mampilly worked as an author and analysis at the Stansberry Research for only 11 months while employed at Capuchin Consulting. In addition to working as an author for Standberry Research, Paul Mampilly also authored for Agora Financial from 2014 to 2015. For more than a year, Mampilly published for Common Sense Publishing. Paul Mampilly published and authored many documents in the field of finance. In 2016, Paul Mampilly briefly worked as a writer for Sovereign Investor Daily. From 2006 to the present, Paul Mampilly worked in many areas including research analysis, account assistant, and manager. Mampilly also worked as a volunteer before holding his many business titles. Paul Mampilly worked as a volunteer school teacher, a big brother for the Big Brother’s Association, and a volunteer in food distribution.
Paul Mampilly is highly educated. He began his formal education at Montfort Boys School, Yercaud, India. He was a member of the high school class of 1986 at Indian High School, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Paul Mampilly got his BBA degree in fiance and accounting from Montclair State University and his MBA in finance at Fordham Gabelli School of Business.
One of Paul Mampilly’s successes is his ever growing subscription to his online newsletters. This year, Mampilly’s Bryan Hill publication reached 60,000 subscribers. Each month Mr. Mampilly puts out an eight-page publication, called Profits Unlimited. In this newsletter, he suggests stocks, including hedge funds, that his subscribers could choose to invest. Investors can track their stocks on Mr. Mampilly’s website.