For a while now, the EU has been investing heavily in India. However, the EU’s influence is only present in a handful of industries, while there are still many different sectors that remain untapped. One man who is seeking to improve the cross-border investing process between companies form Europe and his home country of India is Anil Chaturvedi. With the introduction of recent FDI laws, Mr. Chaturvedi believes that European companies have no reason to be afraid of investing in India. The country is home to one of the world’s most lucrative markets, and expanding their services to India could prove to be a very profitable decision for European companies.
Anil Chaturvedi believes that European companies that are involved in both wind power and solar energy has a big opportunity in the Indian market. Within the next five years, electricity’s demand is expected to double. This means that foreign investment will be very important when it comes to meeting this ever-expanding requirement for energy. India has already been exploring alternative energy options, which makes the country a stellar investment opportunity for these European alternative energy companies. Taking advantage of this opportunity wouldn’t just result in financial profits, however. It would also provide millions of Indian people with clean energy and provide the nation’s youth with new job opportunities. Mr. Chaturvedi is heavily involved with various private and public sector companies that have expressed interest in India. He advises them on how to build successful strategies for the future.
Anil Chaturvedi completed his Bachelor of Arts in Economics at Meerut University. He then completed his MBA at India’s Delhi University. He then spent some time working for the State Bank of India before joining up with ANZ Grindlays Bank. At ANZ Grindlays Bank, Chaturvedi spent 18 years building up a great reputation and lots of experience in the banking industry. As of late, Anil Chaturvedi can be found in the Swiss city of Geneva, where he serves an important role as Hinduja Bank’s Director of Development and planning. He continues to put his efforts into bringing more European business to his homeland of India.