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Paul Mampilly Improving Security With Blockchain Technology

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Keeping Identity Theft at Bay

Paul Mampilly believes that by using blockchain technology there can be a curtailment or complete eradication of identity theft. One way this can be accomplished is that persons using the blockchain technology would have their identity decentralized, which means that every transaction would be scattered in different computers throughout the world, which would all verify each of their transaction. In short, blockchain technology doesn’t have a localized or centralized database of information to break into, which is virtually impossible to break into by identity thieves.

Decades of Financial Accomplishments

When speaking of influential forces in the finance world, it would be difficult to leave out the influence of Paul Mampilly. He accomplished some incredible things in his twenty-odd years in financial circles. He was trained with an MBA from Fordham University in 1997. He immediately began work at Bankers Trust, and it was there he trained as an assistant portfolio manager. From Bankers Trust Paul Mampilly continued his career by being employed by several legal firms. Nearly a decade after he began his career on Wall Street he landed a job with Kinetics Asset Management, where he began managing a hedge fund for the $6B company. Who would have known that this early work would lead him to win the Templeton Foundation competition at the height of the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009? Winning such a championship in such a time of economic crises gives a real testimony to his abilities in the financial industry.

Helping Everyday People

Paul Mampilly realized that besides his desire to help the largest corporations on Wall Stree there was another desire he wanted to fulfill in his career, which was to work to help everyday people take hold of their financial goals and help them to accomplish them. As the chief editor for Banyan Publishing he contributes to several newsletters, especially Profits Unlimited, where he offers his well integrated financial wisdom from his twenty years in the industry. Paul Mampilly hopes that his tips and advice give others an advantage to grow and expand their hard earned money and secure their financial future.

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Christopher Burch: The CEO with Multiple Portfolios

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Chris Burch is the CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital. This is a business with multiple interests in the area of branding.

With these interests come a vast portfolio of the CEO and branding guru with an edge in marketing and sales. The business is vital in area such as

  • Financial services
  • Spanning apparel
  • Consumer products
  • Hospitality and
  • Technology

Investments

Owing to his knowledge of branding, Chris Burch manages 14 personal investments as part of his portfolio. They include Rappi, Hooch, See The SEEN, BaubleBar, Splits, Chubbies Shorts, Poppin, Bib+Tuck among others.

Jobs

Currently, Chris Burch has two titles. He is the founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital and the owner of Nihiwatu. Tony Burch is the Co-founder of Nihiwatu.  Hop over to this to read more about his resort investment.

Advisor

Due to his knowledge of branding, marketing, and finance, Chris Burch is on the board of 5 companies. Four of which are personal investments. They include

  • Grability
  • See The SEEN
  • Chubbies Shorts
  • Nihiwatu and
  • Poppin

For his education, Chris Burch attained his business diploma at Ithaca College in 1976 after studying for four years. It is through this degree that he got his knowledge of sales and marketing as well as branding for different business ventures in various business niches.  Refer to bjtonline.com for a related article.

2017 events

In May of 2017, Chris Burch got the chance as a guest speaker at the C2 Montreal 2017 conference. The theme for the conference was “Futuristic cities.” He was among 11 other speakers.

As the face behind the success of over 50 companies, this internationally known hotelier, and philanthropist has managed a lot on his 40-year career. Chris ensures that he utilizes his investment acumen, entrepreneurial skills, sourcing experience as well as knowledge of consumer behavior to remain relevant in the branding field.   Read additional article on architecturaldigest.com.

First business venture

From his first investment while in college worth a capital of $2000, he is today a line for women force to reckon. He began his first business, Eagles Eye Apparel with his brother. The business specialized in women’s sweaters with unique embroidery patterns. Shortly after, the brothers sold the company for a whopping $60millipn.

It was during the early years of his career that Chris Burch learned how to create great marketing plans. These plans would provide direct consumers for business ventures in the fashion and hospitality industries. Over the years, Chris Burch has worked with such big names as Ellen DeGeneres’s clothing line for women, men, children as well as dogs.  Read his views and insights on business, click on entrepreneur.com.

March of 2017 saw Chris Burch’s crowning moment with the launch of Nihi Sumba Island located in Indonesia. The luxury resort that is comprised of 27villas is one of Chris Burch’s investments that take hospitality branding to the next level. These achievements show that his 40-year career gets fresh and better each year.

Take a short tour to one of his impressive investment on http://www.businessinsider.com/chris-burch-nihi-best-hotel-in-the-world-2017-7