A strong leadership style is very crucial in the banking industry. This is the type of leadership Anil Chaturvedi has demonstrated in his many years as a leading banker. As a leader in the banking industry, he is very careful in implementing workable banking strategies. The legacies and work that he did with banking companies that he has served were remarkable.
Chaturvedi Is Focused On Cross-Border Negotiations
Anil Chaturvedi’s experience as a banker is already around four decades. He is very adept in the field of international banking. Furthermore, he has developed specializations in the areas of private and investment banking as well as corporate banking. As a leader in the banking organizations that he headed, he demonstrated a specific concentration on major cross-border negotiations, especially those involving India and Europe.
His Work Experience Is Remarkable
Anil Chaturvedi studied economics in 1971 at the Meerut University in India where he got his B.A. with honors. Then he went to Delhi School of Economics of Delhi University in 1973 where he got his M.B. A. His baptism of fire in the banking industry started when he joined the State Bank of India. He served as a branch manager of the firm from 1987 to 1991. While in this bank, Chaturvedi was able to successfully negotiate different business deals amounting to over $500 million in just four years.
He also became the Country Head for North America for ANZ Grindlays Bank in New York City. In this bank, Chaturvedi was in charge of the development of a profitable business model for the organization, the development of managerial leadership skills, compliance issues and marketing.
He also used his banking experience while serving at Merrill Lynch from 1993 and 2011. This international company is focused on wealth management and provides services for asset management. In Merrill Lynch, Chaturvedi concentrated on developing personalized investment solutions to the bank’s high-profile customers.
Anil Chaturvedi also worked with the Hinduja Bank where he was in charge with the development of corporate advisory business. This included the acceleration of cross-border strategic partnerships between the countries of the United States, India, Europe and Asia. He is still connected with the Hinduja Bank Switzerland as its Managing Director for Private Banking.