In the banking world, one name that is familiar for over four decades is that of Anil Chaturvedi. He has in-depth knowledge of how the banking world works and has ensured that no matter which banking institution he works in, there is a definitive improvement in performance and revenue generation. Anil Chaturvedi has studied from Delhi University; where he completed graduation in Economics and went on to do MBA from FMS College. After completing his education, he joined the reputed bank of India named State Bank of India at its New York Branch. He has worked at the State Bank of India, New York for nearly four years during which time he helped the bank generate business of nearly $500 million.
Anil Chaturvedi was also named the Man of the Year at State Bank of India due to his contributions to the bank’s business. Anil Chaturvedi later joined ANZ Grindlays Bank, where he worked as the Vice President for US Operations. He ensured that the bank is following all the compliance guidelines and regulations and that the operations of the bank are flawless and moving ahead smoothly without any interference. Later on, Anil Chaturvedi joined Merrill Lynch and served there as its Managing Director for nearly seventeen years during which he was also inducted in the Circle of Champions, where only the senior and experienced bankers and investment experts were inducted. Over the years, he has gained good experience that has helped him become an expert in the industry.
Anil Chaturvedi is currently associated with the Hinduja Bank, Switzerland, where he is serving as the Managing Director. The primary aim of Anil Chaturvedi at Hinduja Bank is to improve trade between the European and Indian businesses and make cross-border transactions seamless. There are many new regulations in India that have allowed for the efficient and seamless foreign trade, which is why Anil Chaturvedi is aiming at making Hinduja Bank, a bank of choice for foreign investors and businesses. He helps European companies gain entry into the Indian market and enjoy the many benefits that the Indian economy has to offer.