Anil Chaturvedi is currently the managing director of ; he oversees its operation in Asia, USA, Europe, and India. His primary duties involve; merging and acquisitions, restructuring of distressed assets, sales, capital raising for institutions investors, credit syndication and many others. Before then, he was the International managing director of Merrill Lynch; his work was to help Indian investors across the globe invest in productive products. He worked there for seventeen years.
In 1991, he joined based in New York, Anil was the Vice President and at the same time the senior representative for the bank in the US. His duties were marketing, compliance, regulatory and creating a suitable model for the bank. He stayed there for two years. Previously he worked for State Bank of India as the manager; his duties were to strategies for the bank and also to oversee their implementation. Through his approach, the bank acquired five hundred million dollars from non-Indians, given the man of the year award. He worked there from 1987 to 1991.
He and other founders of different investment groups discussed investment opportunities in India and the need for investors to take a risk and invest in India. As it is a challenge for business owners in India to change their marketing strategies the lack of branding can help in generating more profit for business owners and their products sold on the international market. If taxes in India can be regulated, investors from other countries can invest well. With the rise of digital marketing, many business owners will gain profit and consumers will have access to products they require urgently. Fast transaction and smooth delivery of service will curb the old fashioned way of selling. in 1970 and attained a Bachelors’ of art in Economics in 1973, and at the same time, he studied financial management in the same university where he graduated with a Master’s degree in 1973. He spends time with different and in sports field since he likes playing soccer, beyond that he spends time with his family.