Anil Chaturvedi is a renowned banker with many years of experience spanning over forty years in commercial, investment, and private banking. He has worked for various banks of international repute where he specialized in cross-border transactions between India and European countries. He went to college at Meerut University in 1971 and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts with Honors in Economics. He then went to Delhi University School of Economics in 1973 to pursue a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Mr. Chaturvedi has served in several organizations in the roles of bank manager at State Bank of India, and North America’s Country Head.
As of now, he works at Hinduja Bank in Switzerland as the Managing Director in Private Banking. As the managing director in charge of private banking at Hinduja Bank, he is in charge of nurturing and improving the quality corporate advisory packages including forging strategic cross-border partnerships between Asia, United States and Europe, amalgamations and acquisitions, reprogramming and selling unused assets, mobilizing capital from global and corporate investors, and credit syndication. Anil Chaturvedi also pioneered private bankers in helping Indians living in Asia, Europe, and the United States. He focused on customized banking solutions for personalities with vast fortunes in banks. He is the lead advisor in the most significant wealth consulting company internationally. Mr. Chaturvedi is a champion’s circle royal member.
Anil Chaturvedi worked as the Senior Representative and vice-president of ANZ Grindlays Bank based in New York from 1991 to 1993. He oversaw bank operations, and was in charge of compliance and regulatory matters, marketing, business and product development, creating a good business model, and nurturing leadership skills among bank staff. From1987 to July 1991, he was the Development and Planning Manager in the State Bank of India. While in the Indian State Bank, he pioneered the implementation of marketing and strategic plans strategies to capture the business of Indians who were not American citizens. The application he pioneered led to the creation of new business opportunities worth over $500 million in 4 years. This made him scoop the Man of The Year Award.