Anil Chaturvedi Leading Banker Offers Tips for Investing in India

Anil Chaturvedi has emerged as one of the leading bankers in the past four decades during which he has worked with some of the leading banks and financial organizations. Anil Chaturvedi has completed his studies in India from Delhi University, where he did honors in Economics and Masters in Business Administration as well. After completing his education, Anil Chaturvedi went on to join State Bank of India at its New York Branch. Within just four years of joining the State Bank of India’s New York Branch, Anil Chaturvedi managed to bring the business of over $500 million to the bank. It is what also led to Anil Chaturvedi being named the Man of the Year at State Bank of India. It is a feat that he remembers even today.

After leaving State Bank of India in 1991, Anil Chaturvedi went on to join ANZ Grindlays Bank where he worked for nearly two years. He took care of the compliance and regulatory issues and ensured that the business operations are going on smoothly. The revenue generation also multiplied under the watch of Anil Chaturvedi. He also worked for Merrill Lynch for nearly two decades during which time he was responsible for corporate advisory, cross-border transactions, and taking care of the investment portfolios of ultra high net worth individuals. Anil Chaturvedi helped many of his clients invest in a strategic manner to help them achieve their wealth creation goals. He offers practical advice to his clients so that the chances of losing money are minimum.

 

Currently, Anil Chaturvedi is the Managing Director of Hinduja Bank, a private bank based in Switzerland. Anil Chaturvedi has ensured that the bank is able to generate considerable revenue under his supervision and attract European and American businesses for investments in India. As the trade and business regulations in India have eased in the last couple of years, it is profitable for the bank as well as the foreign businesses to expand their operations in India. It also gives an opportunity to the European companies to increase their customer base as India is a growing economy and has a lot of potentials.

 

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