Anil Chatuverdi’s career in the banking sector has lasted for more than four decades. He has spent most of his managerial career in commercial, private and investment banks. He has also featured prominently in a number of cross-border transactions with a special interest in the Europe and India transactions.
At the Hinduja bank, Anil has been resourceful in raising capital, mergers, and acquisitions, syndicating credit and taking care of distressed assets. Since November 2011, he has served the bank as the managing director. He had held the same position at Merrill Lynch for close to 20 years before moving to Switzerland. While at Merrill Lynch he provided investment solutions to Indians from all walks of life. He was a lead financial advisor and served in the Circle of Champions.
Prior to this, Anil had served as a Vice President in ANZ Grindlays bank that is based in New York City. He was responsible for most of the operations of the bank. He took care of marketing, leadership skills development, product development and regulatory issues among other responsibilities. His tenure at the bank lasted from 1991 to 1993. Anil also represented the bank in all its US operations.
He had previously enjoyed a successful four-year term as a manager at the State Bank of India. He helped a good number of Non-Resident Indians make the most of opportunities in the US. Chatuverdi’s industrious nature earned him the Man of the Year award.
Anil Chatuverdi was an undergraduate student at Meerut University and graduated in 1973 with an Honors in Economics. He would later complete his M.B.A. in Financial Management from Delhi University. He worked for the Indian Banking industry before moving to the US where he has enjoyed great success over the years.
He has developed a large pool of skills in the financial sector throughout his illustrious career. Hedge funds, operation risks, corporate finance, equities, and derivatives are among the areas that he has made a name for himself. He recently was a panelist at the Nishith Desai Associate panel where they discussed how European businesses could take advantage of the Indian market.