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Trusted Banker And Investor, Anil Chaturvedi


Since the 1970’s, Anil Chaturvedi has been working in the banking and investing industries through various different banking roles around the globe. Anil is one of the leading experts in the field today with more than forty years of banking experience. Anil Chaturvedi studied at Meerut University before graduating in 1971 to earn his economics degree. By 1973, Anil had finished his master’s degree in business, which he earned from Delhi University before working at the State Bank of India.

Over the course of his career, Anil has focused on various aspects of the banking industry and currently, he serves as a managing director for Hinduja Bank in Switzerland. Banking is a vital part of the economy today, which banks still in existence today that was started more than one or two centuries ago. Banks provide a vital service to society, providing people with a safe place to store their money. Not only this, but people are able to borrow money to pay for things they need through the savings of others that have put their money into the bank. This is how banking truly works to allow people to save and others to borrow. The banking industry makes their money from clients through small percentages on their loans and for some banks, their savings.

There are different banks out there that cater to different kinds of people or companies. In most cases, Anil Chaturvedi has accustomed himself to investment banking and commercial banking, though he is usually experienced with everything that the banking industry has to offer these days.

Through the banking industry, Anil Chaturvedi has built a valuable reputation and as a veteran banker, he is constantly asked for his opinions or advice throughout the banking community. Since Anil has worked at various banks around the world, he is also somewhat of an expert when it comes to transactions through borders, especially between Europe and India.

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