The world of banking is highly competitive as well as dynamic, and it is very difficult to make your mark in such a challenging sector. However, it is what Anil Chaturvedi has achieved in his career spanning four decades. Starting as a manager at State Bank of India for planning and development to become the Managing Director at Hinduja Bank, Switzerland, Anil Chaturvedi has come a long way in his career.
Over the years, Anil Chaturvedi has attended many conferences and banking events and seminars, where he has spoken about the direction in which the banking sector is going, and where it should go. There are many reforms that he has spoken about as the industry expert in the banking sector. During his stint at Merrill Lynch in New York for nearly eighteen years, Anil Chaturvedi was even given the title of being one of the Top Financial Advisors in the World by Barron’s, which speaks a lot about his ability as well as credibility in the banking industry.
Anil Chaturvedi has worked for State Bank of India in its New York Branch for nearly four years during which he helped the bank raise more than $500 million in funds from new NRI accounts and local businesses. It helped him achieve the title of being the Man of the Year Award. Anil Chaturvedi has studied MBA from the reputed college in Delhi named FMS College and has graduated with Honors in Economics from the Delhi University. He joined the banking sector as soon as he completed his studies. After leaving his job at State Bank of India, Anil Chaturvedi also worked for a couple of years at ANZ Grindlays Bank. With the experience of working at some of the top banks and financial organizations in the world, Anil Chaturvedi has been able to develop marketing as well as business development strategies that are actually highly effective.
At Hinduja Bank, Switzerland, Anil Chaturvedi aims to help the local European businesses of Indians and foreigners to invest in India. The trade laws in India have eased in the past couple of years, and it is the perfect time to invest in the growing economy to reap larger returns in the future.