In the world of banking and finance, there are very few bankers with the kind of experience that Anil Chaturvedi has. With more than four decades of experience, Anil Chaturvedi is known to have helped numerous wealth management organizations, ultra high net worth individuals and banks to develop and implement marketing and investment strategies. He is often consulted by leading financial organizations and banks to develop investment strategies for them. He started his career in India by working for a couple of local banks in the beginning before moving to the United States, where he worked for four years with the State Bank of India. At the State Bank of India, Anil Chaturvedi helped in bringing many accounts of high net worth Indians residing abroad. In just four years with State Bank of India, he helped in increasing the gross revenue of bank by more than $500 million.
Anil Chaturvedi is currently working with the Hinduja Bank, where he is helping the bank to get more and more European businesses to set up their base in India. As the growth of Indian economy has been phenomenal, it is natural for many foreign investors to be interested in investing in India. Anil Chaturvedi as the managing director of Hinduja Bank is trying to facilitate foreign investments for his clients in India. There are many foreign investors that Anil Chaturvedi works closely to help them understand the dynamics of Indian trade and business laws so that they can invest seamlessly without any compliance issues. Since a new government has been elected in India, the foreign investment rules have also been changed. There were many restrictions on foreign investments, and there were just a few industries here foreign companies could invest. But, today the Indian economy has opened up to foreign investments like never before, and it is a great opportunity for companies looking to expand their business to the developing country.
Anil Chaturvedi has a degree in Economics from the Delhi University and then went on to earn his MBA degree from the same institute. Soon after, he went to the United States to work with State Bank of India, and the rest is history.