Anil Chaturvedi is currently the Managing Director at Hinduja Bank (Switzerland) Ltd. He is currently posted in Geneva at its headquarter. He is responsible for the investment by European companies in South Asia and the Middle East markets. He is bringing decades of experience to the position. He has earlier worked with America-Merrill Lynch for 18 years. During his time, he has worked with high profile clients and has managed millions of dollars of accounts for them. He was also once named one of the top financial advisors and has gained the reputation of being the best.
Anil Chaturvedi has an Economics Honors degree from the Delhi University. He then went achieved his MBA in Financial Management from FMS, Delhi University. His first job was with the State Bank of India, and he was posted at the Greater New York City area. During this time, he was responsible for the business of NRIs living in the USA. During the four years, he was working there, he had brought in businesses of around $500 million. He was also named Man of the Year award for his contribution. He was then offered a job at ANZ Grindlays Bank where he served as the Vice President and Senior representative of their US Operations. After working here for two years, he joined Merrill Lynch as its Managing Director. He worked with the bank for close to 17 years and then went on to join the Hinduja Bank in November 2011.
Anil Chaturvedi has immense experience in the field of banking and has helped all the companies he has worked with increasing their revenue as well as market reputation. He is not only good with banking, but also marketing. Many of the marketing techniques he has used over the years for the banks he has worked with has helped drastically in getting new clients and revenue. The visibility of the difference he has achieved is very significant, and it is the reason why Anil Chaturvedi is amongst the most sought after banker and financial advisors in the world today. He has also been listed on Barron’s list of top economic adviser for four consecutive years in the 1990s.