For over forty years, Anil Chaturvedi has been a common figure in a number of top international banks. Both investment banks and corporate banks have enjoyed some of his best years.
State Bank of India
Anil Chaturvedi began his career in his home country where he served with the State Bank of India. He served at the bank for four years and was responsible for planning and development. He played a key role as numerous Non Resident Indians chose to invest their resources in the US.
He received the Man of the Year Award for his exemplary services. He helped the firm make more than $500 million from their business engagements during his tenure. This largely came about due to their effective marketing strategies.
He would later move to the Grindslay Bank that has its headquarters in New York City. He took this step in 1991 and spent two years of his career at the bank. Anil Chaturvedi was charged with the responsibility of taking care of all US operations.
He was in charge of compliance issues and oversaw the development of new products. He was also actively involved as the bank established a profitable model. He was keen to mentor other leaders who would carry on from where he left.
In 1993, Merrill Lynch brought him on board as the Managing Director. It was here that he spent a huge chunk of his career. He faithfully served them for close to two decades. His responsibilities here were highly diversified as he served Indians spread out in three continents. He ardently provided investment solutions to those in Europe, the US and in Asia.
At the moment, he serves the Switzerland based Hinduja Bank as the M.D. a position that he has held since the close of 2011. This opportunity took his career to the next level as he has been involved in numerous mergers and acquisitions. He has also been a part of cross border transactions involving India and Europe.
Anil Chaturvedi has built his career through sheer hardwork and diligence, characters that he developed while in school. He studied at Delhi University and in 1971 he graduated with honors in Economics. He followed this up with an M.B.A. from the same institution. This academic background paved the way for an admirable career that was to follow.