Anil Chaturvedi attained a B.A Honors in Economics in Meerut University in India in the year 1971 and after two years M.B.A at Delhi School of Economics at Delhi University. He has professionalism as a banker and has worked with several companies in different positions. Anil is currently the Managing Director of Hinduja Bank in Switzerland where he has worked for more than six years.
Chaturvedi started his career in 1987 as a manager in the development and planning sector in State Bank of India. He was in charge of marketing activities for Indians who had no legal authority to live in the USA. As a result of his effort on this department for not more than four years, many businesses had emerged. Afterwards, in the year 1991, he becomes the ANZ Grindlays Bank’s vice president and senior representative for US Operations. This bank was in New York, and he actively enhanced that the bank ran by a profitable model attributed to his leadership skills and the methodology of bank operations.
Anil worked with BMOL a private banker as the managing director for almost 18 years. While working in this bank, he was in the category of advisors in the wealth management company. In the process, he opened up an independent organization by the name The Kiran and Anil Chaturvedi Foundation Inc. which in May 2006, become tax exempt.
Addressing a panel on Investment Opportunities for European businesses in India, Chaturvedi highlighted some aspects as to why India was a market to be concentrated at by anyone. He quoted that Indian companies generated income of between 15-20% while that generated by Europe was 3-4% thus vital factor towards investing in India. He also added that Indian currency was among the top five leading countries leading Germany, Italy, France and Uk. The Indian rupee has got no tendency of collapsing as compared to others such as Brazil. And hence economically stable. Other concerns of the bank are on renewable energy projects, power shortage and pollution, said the manager.
Chaturvedi is concerned with bridging the gap between Europe and India by transferring technology from Europe to India and making European companies more profitable. As a legal advisor on projects to invest on, Anil says there is no risk in investing on foreign countries as long as you understand the culture.