The American Investor, Paul Mampilly was the recipient of the Templeton Foundation competition. For 25 years Mampilly has invested himself in helping large corporations make more and more money from their investments by applying his investment strategies to their portfolios. Mampilly has been covered by Fox Business Week and Bloomberg TV. One of the reasons he is so well covered by media is because of the solid advice others receive from listening to him share his investment strategies. There recently came a time in his career when he sought to shift from helping the large corporations, so much part of his life for 25 years, to support the “Main Street Americans.” Paul Mampilly understood that not every American has the same background of understanding of how to invest, while others have had plenty of opportunities to make their wealth.
His financial career spans over two decades, ranging from his working with Bankers Trust in 1991 to work as an analyst for Stansbury Research in 2015. He made a big career move in 2016 when he began a new aspect of applying his investment strategies when he joined Banyan Hill Publishing as chief editor. Now he spends his time writing expert advice for Working Americans who have a desire to take their investment into their own hands, but still, need expert recommendations and prescriptive advice from those who know where best to enter the market and retain their profits securely.
Editor at Banyan Hill
Paul Mampilly writes for four newsletters for Banyan Hill but his primary responsibility is for Profits Unlimited. He also writes for Extreme Fortunes, True Momentum and Winning Investor Daily. In each edition of the newsletters, investors gain major insights that can make them huge gains by applying the strategies shared by expert advice. Paul Mampilly passes his research and analysis before a team of other analyst and researchers before it finally gets to the working Americans.
William Saito is an entrepreneur and businessman. He is a former Japanese strategic and political advisor, as well as an expert in cyber security. His technology roots reach deep and when he was just 10 years old, he took on his first job as an intern as a computer programmer. When he was in college, Saito established a software company from the confines of his dormitory room. When he was 34 years old, he sold his company, which he named I/O Software to Microsoft. In 1998, Saito was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year Award by Ernst & Young.
Saito wrote about his entrepreneurship in his book entitled “An Unprogrammed Life: Adventures of an Incurable Entrepreneur.” In this book he highlights the challenges he encountered and how he made his way around the potholes as he made his way through the business world. Saito is a Japanese-American and he struggled to learn English. That did not deter him from following his dream. William Saito always had an engineering train of thought and always looked at an object and wondered what made it work. He especially enjoyed finding out how software worked and how to break into the copyright protection just for the heck of it.
In today’s world of technology, William Saito is an advocate for cyber security, as it is essential for all companies and individuals. It is important to not become paranoid about cyberspace and the fear of a cyber attack. With understanding of the issues anyone can safeguard themselves from problems that may occur due to online activity. Disallowing connectivity is counterproductive in today’s world. It is essential the latest safeguards be employed in the war against cyber attacking and it is counterproductive to try and rationalize not employing the latest safeguards. Always take suspicious activity seriously and be proactive when it comes to taking action.
Put an auditing process in place when installing or upgrading cyber security. It is important all team members are aware of what a cyber attack looks like and oddities are communicated to the entire team. Security measures should always be up to date, as well as being invisible. This encourages team members to use the system safely and with a high degree of confidence. Preventing cyber attacks is putting a multi-fold system in place so an attacker has to go through a series of obstacles and at some point discourage the attack.
JHSF is one of the leading real estate development firms in Brazil and has been so since it was established in the year 1972. The company aims at providing new age and modern real estate properties to the end users, whether it is in the field of the commercial real estate or residential complexes. The company also specializes in developing shopping malls, hotels, resorts, and even commercial airports. JHSF also specializes in managing the operations of hotels and shopping malls. JHSF was founded by Fabio Auriemo and is now managed by his son Jose Auriemo Neto.
The headquarters of JHSF is based in Sao Paulo, but with time the company has been spreading its base across the globe in many different countries. JHSF now has offices and presence in Salvador, New York, Miami, Punta de Este, and many more. Developing new projects in many different countries has helped the company to improve its revenue stream and increase its brand reputation. JHSF is a publicly traded company and is traded in the Brazil Stock Exchange. The company has over thousand employees, and it has been growing consistently. JHSF maintains the Fasano Hotel and Restaurants as well and has helped with its growth and popularity over time. JHSF has been able to provide modern infrastructure to the end users that are well suited to meet their requirements. The company engages in research as well to know what the clients are looking for and developing projects according to the latest requirements.
Jose Auriemo Neto is the Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer of the company. He has been the person behind the growth of the company and wishes to take the company to new heights. His partners and his employees well respect him because of how hard working he is and how he is approachable for any queries they might have.
OSI Group started off as a neighborhood butcher shop that was founded by a German immigrant in the Oak Park section of Chicago in 1909. This butcher shop’s original name was Otto & Sons, and it grew to be a successful local business for several years. Otto Kolschowsky, the founder of Otto & Sons, had a chance meeting with Ray Kroc in 1955. This meeting would change the fortunes of Otto & Sons forever. The relationship between Otto and Ray Kroc of McDonald’s would help Otto & Sons become OSI Group, which is one of the largest food distributors in the world.
Ray Kroc would later buy out the McDonald’s corporation and become its CEO. Otto & Sons were in a unique position to provide the ever-increasing number of McDonald’s restaurants with a consistent and affordable supply of beef. The financial windfall over the next couple of decades helped Otto & Sons to upgrade their process and equipment. In recognition of their technologically advanced operations, Otto & Sons changed its name to OSI Industries in 1975. When McDonald’s went international in the late 1970s, so did OSI Industries with joint ventures in Germany and Spain. OSI Industries would later change its name to OSI Group to reflect its growth in the international arena.
Over the next several years, OSI would expand its global operation into several markets, including Brazil, Austria, Mexico, Hungary, Poland, China, the Philippines, India, Australia, and Taiwan. The company also expanded its food production beyond beef products to include pork, poultry, and vegetables
Today, OSI Group has over 20,000 employees working in 65 facilities in 17 countries. The company had $6.1 billion in sales in 2016, which made it the 58th largest private company in America according to Forbes. OSI Group’s history from its humble beginnings to a global multi-billion dollar corporation makes it a true American success story.