Anil Chaturvedi, Master Bank Manager

Anil Chaturvedi, a veteran banker with decades of market exposure under his belt. A graduate of Meerut University, India in 1971, one of Chaturvedi’s first major positions was a Manager of Development and Planning at the State Bank of India. His tenure at this bank lasted for roughly three and a half years. While at the State Bank of India, Chaturvedi was responsible for carrying out various marketing strategies. Mainly to get Indians in the United States who were not residents more involved with his business.

Chaturvedi would then move on and got involved with an American bank known as ANZ Grindlays Bank, New York. His role at this bank held more responsibility. He was the head of operations, in charge of many elements ranging from product development to regulatory and compliance issues. His days at ANZ Grindlays would come to end and sprouted the next stage of his market exposure.

Chaturvedi would then spend nearly the next two decades at Merrill Lynch (1993-2011), one of the world’s largest and well known banks. Chaturvedi’s edge would be in specialized investments for high net worth players. His role as a private banker allowed him to cover markets in the USA, Europe, Asia, and India. He boasts a massive net worth himself and has been able to compete in the market arena over the span of many decades. This ability to thrive in volatile and non-volatile environments is unimaginable. His understanding of the markets has lead him to excel at arguably one of the most impactful investment banks in the game.

Now working at the Hinduja Bank located in the Geneva Area, Switzerland. Chaturvedi acts as a Managing Director in which he is mostly involved with the corporate advisory business. There he helps facilitate strong relationships between strong corporates throughout Europe, the United States, India and Asia.

Without a doubt, Anil Chaturvedi is among one of the world’s leading market analysts and continues to this day to flourish in the constantly changing market atmospheres.

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