Anil Chaturvedi Seasoned Banker With Four Decades of Experience

As a seasoned banker with more than forty years of experience in the banking industry, Anil Chaturvedi has been able to build a solid reputation for himself in the industry. Anil Chaturvedi has worked with many different financial and banking organizations in his career that has helped him gather tremendous experience in the field, and has also given him the financial insight that he uses today to help his clients. Anil Chaturvedi is often consulted on various economic and banking matters by multiple companies and banks, and his suggestions and recommendations are taken very seriously in the financial and banking fraternity.

At the very early age after the completion of his masters in business administration, Anil Chaturvedi joined the reputed State Bank of India. As the manager of business development and marketing, Anil Chaturvedi helped the New York branch of State Bank of India to generate considerable business amounting to more than $500 million in just four years. It is what helped him earn the title of man of the year at the State Bank of India. After leaving the State Bank of India in 1991, he went on to join as Vice President of US Operations at ANZ Grindlays Bank. He went on to be associated with the ANZ Grindlays Bank for the next couple of years before moving on to join Merrill Lynch, where Anil Chaturvedi continued to work for the next seventeen years. It marked the golden period of his career, where he not only learned more about the banking world but was able to join the senior ranks in the global banking industry.

Anil Chaturvedi currently works for the Hinduja Bank, Switzerland, where he is positioned as the bank’s Managing Editor. Anil Chaturvedi has helped the bank with its popularity through the unique and effective marketing strategy and has also tried successfully in bringing more business from the Indians settled in Europe. He is also trying to bring more European Businesses to India as the trade laws in India have reformed in the last couple of years, and have become much more flexible than earlier.

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