Anil Chaturvedi graduated from the University of Delhi in 1971 with a Bachelor’s of arts in economics and later received an MBA in 1973. He has served in multiple prestigious positions which included the branch manager at the state bank of India and county head of North American, ANZ Grindlays Bank in New York City. Currently, he serves as the executive director in private banking of Hinduja Bank Switzerland.
With a banking experience that spans for 4o years in most of the leading international banks, Anil Chaturvedi has been specializing in corporate and private banking, investment banking and corporate consultative business with a focus on international transaction Europe and India.
As a managing director at the Merill Lynch, Anil Chaturvedi is accountable for establishing a corporate advisory business that comprises facilitating cross broader strategic associations between business in Asia, Europe, and the USA. His work also included facilitating mergers and acquisitions, and sale and reorganization of distressed properties, syndication of credit, raising capital from investors and global agencies. He worked at the company from 1993 to 2011.
Anil Chaturvedi is recognized as a prominent private banker who covers global Indians living in USA, Europe, and India. He specializes in investment solutions that are designed for ultra-high net worth people. He is one of the leading advisors in the world’s largest wealth management firm. He is a member of various organizations such as the circle of champions.
He serves as the deputy president and senior representative for operation in the US. He governed the operations of Grindlays Bank in 1991-1993. He was accountable for product development, marketing of the product, handling the regulatory and compliance issues, establishing leadership skills and developing a profitable model of the bank.
While working as a manager in the department of development at state bank of India, he was accountable for strategic planning and implementing a various marketing strategy to capture businesses owned by non-resident Indians in the USA. His successful marketing and implementation strategy lead to the establishment of a new business that was worth more than $500 million in 4 years. This achievement made him receive the man of the year award.