As one of the most experienced and seasoned bankers in the world, Anil Chaturvedi is often invited to speak on the future of banking and share his thoughts and vision with other business leaders. While serving at Merrill Lynch, where Anil Chaturvedi served for more than seventeen years, he was the member of the Circle of Champions and was also named by Barron’s as being one of the top financial advisors in the world. Anil Chaturvedi started his career by working for State Bank of India, which is one of the leading public sector banks in India. He worked as a probationary officer at State Bank of India and helped the bank gain over $500 million business in just four year period. It is one of the exceptional achievements in the history of the bank’s New York Branch, and he was also awarded the Man of the Year title for his achievements.
Anil Chaturvedi has completed his education in India; where he graduated with Economic Honors from the Delhi University and went on to complete his Masters in Business Administration with majoring in Finance from FMS College, Delhi. He worked for the State Bank of India’s New York Branch for nearly four years before moving on to work for the next two years at ANZ Grindlays Bank. After leaving ANZ Grindlays Bank, Anil Chaturvedi joined Merrill Lynch, where he worked for the next seventeen years. During this period, he earned a deep understanding of how the banking and equity world works. Not only had he helped the bank grow and develop exceptional marketing strategies, but Anil Chaturvedi also helped in bringing business to the bank.
Anil Chaturvedi is currently serving in the position of Managing Director at the private sector bank in Switzerland named Hinduja Bank. At Hinduja Bank, he is responsible for reaching out to the Indians across Europe as well as helping foreign businesses realize that the trade reforms in India have made it easier to branch out to India. It would help the new businesses to expand their operations to India without any difficulties. In return, it would help India get import products and services at reasonable rates.