Anil Chaturvedi is among the most credible Indian bankers. He works serves as the Managing Director of Hinduja Bank, Switzerland. He has also worked with Merrill Lynch and ANZ Grindlays Bank based in New York. Anil Chaturvedi has massively contributed towards the huge growth and development of the banking industry. Anil has served in the banking industry for over 40 years. He pursued his education at Delhi University and achieved a Bachelors of Arts degree in Economics. He enrolled for higher studies in the same institution and attained a Master’s Degree in Financial Management. He is a specialist in corporate and private banking. He also offers financial services in investment banking.
While he was the Managing Director of Merrill Lynch, his primary objective was the implementation of banking services to pandemic Indians in the United States, Asia, Europe as well as India. His banking services are constraint within providing customized outcomes to specialized experts such as doctors and certified business-people. This offered him an opportunity for him to become one of the leading experts in one of the greatest band affluent management companies around the globe. Anil Chaturvedi controlled around 300 accounts which had assets worth 500 US Dollars to more than 1 billion US Dollars between 2007 and 2010. He was featured in the list of top Financial Advisers.
Before he started working in Merrill Lynch, he used to be the president and the senior representative at ANZ Grindlays Bank which is located in New York. He led to the incredible growth and development of the banks’ operations and was very effective in the development of skills and products, marketing and establishment of a profitable bank model. Anil Chaturvedi served as the new Branch Manager of State Bank of India between 1987 and 1991. Anil was employed to strategize and make a plan for marketing strategies that would easily obtain the businesses of non-resident Indians who were living in the United States.
As the Managing Director of Hinduja Bank in Switzerland, he initially focused on the Middle East and South Asia markets with more of his concern on the mergers and acquisitions. This was meant to raise the bar for the main prospects and joint ventures connection between Indian and European corporations.