Before finding success as an prominent international banker, Anil Chaturvedi was born and raised in India. Chaturvedi has amassed an impressive amount of experience in private banking, corporate baking and investment banking. However, Mr. CHaturvedi’s niche within the banking industry is cross-border transactions between Europe and India. It is this area of the banking industry in which Anil Chaturvedi puts his expertise to work. Anil Chaturvedi finished his schooling in the 1970s after graduating from Delhi University. He holds an MBA in Financial Management as well as a Bachelor’s of Arts in Economics.
Although he began his career back in India, Chaturvedi made a big move to United States a number of years later. Making New York City his new home, Chaturvedi found a new position at New York’s State Bank of India, where he was the leader of the company’s planning and development operations. While working with the State bank of India the primary demographic that made up his target market was non-resident people from India.
After his initial New York job at State Bank of India, Chaturvedi then found a new position at ANZ Grindlays Bank. He worked at ANZ Grindlays for a few years before landing his best position during his time in New York: International Managing Director at Merrill Lynch. Chaturvedi then spent almost two decades serving a diverse range of clients, who hailed from India, the United States, Europe and Asia. After spending 18 years doing this, he made yet another international move. This time he moved to the Swiss city of Geneva and found a position with Hinduja Bank. He is currently their Managing Director, a position that his many years of experience have prepared him well for.
Chaturvedi’s duties at Hinduja Bank also involve assisting in the formation of partnerships between European firms that wish to make international alliances, typically with India. Credit syndication, acquisitions, mergers and the raising of capital are also other activities in which Anil Chaturvedi is involved at Hinduja Bank.