As one of the most experienced and refined bankers in the world, Anil Chaturvedi has come a long way in his career of over forty years and counting. He is currently based in Switzerland, where he is serving as Managing Director of Hinduja Bank, which is one of the most popular private-sector Swiss Banks in Europe. As the Managing Director of the Hinduja Bank, one of the roles of Anil Chaturvedi is to help attract more and more Indians to use the bank to funnel their money back to India, not only for remittances but also for investments. Anil Chaturvedi has also helped the European businesses realize that the trade laws in India has become much more flexible than what it was earlier, and thus, it is the perfect time to invest in India.
Anil Chaturvedi has worked with many banks in his career, which includes ANZ Grindlays Bank, State Bank of India, and Merrill Lynch. At Merrill Lynch, Anil Chaturvedi worked for nearly eighteen years, and he was also the member of the prestigious Circle of Champions. During this time, Barron’s also awarded him the title of one of the Top Financial Advisors in the world. The financial advice provided by Anil Chaturvedi was taken seriously by the financial gurus and investment experts due to his keen sense of equity market and investments. During his stint with State Bank of India, Anil Chaturvedi helped the bank raise over $500 million from new businesses in just four years. The bank awarded him the title of Man of the Year during his tenure with the bank.
Anil Chaturvedi is one of the biggest names in the world of banking and his achievements in the banking industry has made him one of the most sought-after senior banking executives globally. He is associated with Hinduja Bank for nearly six years now during which time, not only has helped in enhancing the revenue of the bank but has also helped promote the bank’s image in the market through various innovative marketing techniques. It has helped the bank to grow consistently as well as sustainably under the leadership of Anil Chaturvedi.