Anil Chaturvedi is a sort after banker with about forty years’ experience in the financial world. Anil currently serves as the managing editor at Hinduja Bank. In the years he has worked in the institution, Anil has helped to raise the standards at Hinduja Bank, the institution has also become more popular owing to his exceptional skills in marketing.
In the last couple of years, the trade laws in India have changed, and Anil has been trying to promote trade relations between India and European countries.
Anil has worked in many financial organizations and has over the years gained a lot of helpful skills. He has also been able to study the economic trends in the world, and this has helped increase his popularity as a financial expert. He is also a financial advisor in both the public and private companies. Many institutions have used his suggestions to raise and increase their returns.
Anil Chaturvedi’s career journey.
Anil attained his undergraduate degree in economics from Meerut University, and later joined Delhi University where he received his M.B.A. Anil completed his Master’s degree at an early age but was ready to practice what he learned in school. Anil joined State Bank of India and was in charge of marketing as well as business development.
In his time at State Bank of India, Anil worked closely with the New York branch, and in four years he helped the organization grow their business to a value of about $500 million. This great success helped earn him man of the year at the organization and became the beginning of new and greater opportunities for Anil.
In 1991, Anil Chaturvedi joined ANZ Grindlays Bank in the United States. Where he was appointed as the vice president and ran the operations in the organization. Anil worked in this institution for several years and later moved on to Merrill Lynch where he worked for more than one and a half decade. Working at Merrill Lynch helped him gain a lot of experience and serving in senior positions also helped open his eyes to some of the things happening in the banking sector.