Anil Chaturvedi is the Managing Director of Hinduja Bank, located in Geneva, Switzerland. He joined this bank in 2011 after leaving Merrill Lynch bank where he worked for 17 years. He has been in the banking industry for the past 40 years. His understanding of the financial sector is solid, and clearly, very few people on the globe have the experience that Chaturvedi has acquired.
Anil Chaturvedi is respected as a banker and a financial expert. He has helped business organizations which have approached him for guidance achieve financial prosperity. At Hinduja Bank, Chaturvedi is in charge of the corporate advisory.
In the four decades that he has been in the banking sector, he has handled a wide range of services in the banking sector. He has dealt with private and investment banking which places him in the perfect position to lead the way for others. Some of the services he has provided include mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and bringing investors in banking organizations.
Chaturvedi’s experience in the banking sector places him in the right position to offer indisputable financial advice. In times of crises, he is normally sought after by other banking institutions and business organizations which are facing challenges of dealing with financial management.
Anil Chaturvedi holds a degree in economics from Meerut University. He then obtained an MBA from Delhi University. Armed with his education certificates, he was ready to pursue the dreams he harbored of being an entrepreneur. He had the passion for pursuing his dreams and therefore, he never struggled to fit the in banking sector. His results in different organizations were impressive making him move from one institution to the other.
He started his career at State Bank of India. He was responsible for the planning and development of the bank. He worked for four years in this bank and left with a great track record of results. The bank made $500 million, and he was awarded “Man of the Year” for the achievement.
Anil Chaturvedi moved to ANZ Grindlays for just two years before shifting to Merrill Lynch, a top-tier American bank. He stayed in this bank for 17 years. His next destination was at Hinduja Bank in 2011 where he is still serving.