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Anil Chaturvedi and Why Banking Is Not The Most Important Attribute In His Career

Banking is not just difficult to master and be best at. It is even more difficult to make into a stable source of profit because of its volatility. But that doesn’t mean that there are no successful bankers today who prove people wrong. The bankers who do succeed can become even more successful because they’ve sustained failures and market changes. One of these bankers who have been successful in driving the market changes to his advantage is the commercial banker Anil Chaturvedi. He’s known for his professional banking pursuits, but he goes beyond that.

 

Mr. Chaturvedi is already a strong name in itself if people even just began to consider his basic formal education. Attending Meerut University in India last 1971, she already has a B.A. degree in Economics with flying colors. His honor just means that he has the skills to go through the boredom of studying, the tedium of studying market changes, and the challenges of understanding how to apply theories to real-world scenarios.

 

His formal education also led him to attend the Delhi School of Economics at the the Delhi University. Thereafter, he held a series of fantastic corporate positions, starting in 1973. From being a Branch Manager at the State Bank of India to being a Country Head for ANZ Grindlays Bank, the real world experience of Mr. Chaturvedi is second to none.

 

It may also be essential to say here that the passion for extending a hand is also in the heart of Mr. Chaturvedi. With the Kiran and Anil Chaturvedi Foundation that he started with his wife, there’s already an established reputation for charity in the name of Mr. Chaturvedi. It’s then safe to state that the expertise of Mr. Chaturvedi is not the most fantastic facet of his career, but it’s also his impressive inclination to extend help to those who need it the most.

 

WIth the reputation, too, of Mr. Chaturvedi as the Managing Director of

Hinduja Bank, Geneva Area in Switzerland means that he still has a lot of duties that he can hold to improve the operations of many more banks in the future.