Anil Chaturvedi is considered an international authority on banking and finance with over four decades of experience in the sector. He has completed his masters in business administration from the reputed FMS College, Delhi and did BA Honors in Economics from Meerut University. Anil Chaturvedi has been able to move up the ranks in the banking industry in a brief period after he started working in New York at the State Bank of India. At State Bank of India, he was given the man of the year award for being able to generate business of more than $500 million in just four years due to the innovative marketing strategies that he devised and implemented.
Anil Chaturvedi took his experience at the State Bank of India further to the ANZ Grindlays Bank where he joined next as the Vice President of US Operations. At ANZ Grindlays Bank, Anil Chaturvedi was primarily responsible for developing new products and ensuring the bank is compliant with the government banking guidelines and regulatory laws. It helped the bank to function smoothly and profitably without any compliance or operational issues. After working for nearly two years at ANZ Grindlays, Anil Chaturvedi joined Merrill Lynch, which was a life-changing decision for him. At Merrill Lynch, he catered to the ultra high net worth individuals and provided personalized wealth management and investment solutions to manage their wealth and help them achieve their investment goals. Anil Chaturvedi learned a lot about the financial and banking world while at Merrill Lynch and was the member of the Circle of Champions at Merrill Lynch. It is a prestigious position to be in.
Currently, Anil Chaturvedi is with one of the largest private banks in Switzerland, named Hinduja Bank. Anil Chaturvedi is always looking for new opportunities, and at Hinduja Bank, he hopes to use his experience and expertise to the best use for the clients. Anil Chaturvedi’s primary goal at Hinduja Bank is to help with mergers and acquisitions as well as corporate advisory. He also plans to support the businesses in India, Asia, US, and Europe to expand their business network across the sea for mutual benefits.