Anil Chaturvedi, a seasoned banker with four decades of experience in private banking, investment banking, and commercial banking. He is the current managing director at Hinduja Bank in Geneva Switzerland. He has skills in corporate and private banking, investment banking and corporate advisory business in strategic alliances in between Europe, USA, and India.
Anil Chaturvedi’s Educational Background
Anil attended Delhi University, India from 1970 to 1973 and received a B.A with Honors in Economics. He later enrolled for a postgraduate study in Delhi school of economics at Delhi University from 171 to 1973 and received an M.B.A in financial management.
Anil began his career in banking in 1987 when he became the manager in charge of development and planning at state bank of India. He was responsible for planning and implementation of marketing strategies to acquire businesses of non-resident Indians in the United States of America. The bank was able to buy new companies of over $500 million in four years, thanks to his leadership skills in implementing the marketing and implementation strategy.
The skills he acquired at state bank elevated him to a higher rank at ANZ Grindlays Bank based in New York. He worked at Grind lays bank from 1991 to 1993 as a vice president and a senior representative for US operations. He was in charge of heading the services at the bank by overseeing product development, marketing regulatory and compliance issues.
From 1993 to 2011, He joined Merrill Lynch bank, a leading private banker that connects Indians in USA, Europe, Asia, and India. He worked as an international managing director who specialized in tailor-made investment solutions for Ultra Net, Worth Individuals.
Anil Chaturvedi joined Hinduja Bank in 2011 and currently works as a managing director. He is responsible for mergers and acquisitions, sales and structuring of failing assets, credit syndication, developing corporate advisory business and raising capital from investors and international organizations.
Anil has set a good record in helping Indians establish successful business overseas. Through merging and acquisitions, The Indian industries that were on the verge of failing have been merged with potential investors to finance the companies.