Anil Chaturvedi is an experienced banker with expertise in corporate financial advisory and mergers and acquisitions. Over the last forty years that Anil Chaturvedi has spent as a banker, he has handled many large-scale transactions for his clients in different industries, starting from reviving distressed investments and assets to IPO, and much more. The expertise of Anil Chaturvedi is what led him to become one of the members of the Circle of Champions at Merrill Lynch, where he served as the Managing Director of International Operations. Anil Chaturvedi feels that it is necessary for the companies to modernize themselves with time, and he helps the companies achieve it through the banking and financial expertise he lends.
Anil Chaturvedi has studied Masters in Business Administration from the highly reputed FMS College in Delhi and has also done Economic Honors from the Delhi University. Soon after completing his studies in Delhi, he moved to the United States, where joined the State Bank of India as their manager for marketing and business development. Anil Chaturvedi is currently serving as the Managing Director of the reputed private bank based in Switzerland, named Hinduja Bank. At Hinduja Bank, he aims to promote the Indian economy by letting the US, Asian and European business know that the trade laws in India have reformed and eased. It is helpful for bringing the foreign direct investments in India, which would provide high returns to the foreign businesses and also ensure more employment generation for India.
Anil Chaturvedi wants that more and more foreign businesses become part of the Indian economy as its growth trajectory moves upwards. The new government in India has taken some very instrumental steps to reform the Indian economy, and Anil Chaturvedi supports it. Since the law in India has been revamped since the new government was elected, it has become easier for foreign investors. The rules have been eased, and there are fewer restrictions on the number of foreign investments that can be made. Since India is a large country, it has a lot of potentials and it can definitely be a great step for European countries to expand their business.