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Luvleen Sidhu is co-founder, president and chief strategy officer for BankMobile.
Fintechs frequently join forces with financial institutions to
strategically scale products and services. These partnerships can create
innovation opportunities in traditional finance.
In a What’s Going on in Banking
study, 53% of C-level executives at midsize banks and credit unions
believed fintech partnerships would be important in 2019. Thanks to
advances in machine learning, artificial intelligence and cloud
computing, banks can get the help they need to improve their menu of
products while creating a frictionless experience for customers.
Although these partnerships often make sense, they’re not perfect.
Problems may arise from failing to properly follow financial
regulations. And rapid movements in tech have yet to be covered by
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In our latest podcast, Shompa Choudhury (WG ’20) is joined by Luvleen Sidhu, Co-Founder, President, and Chief Strategy Officer at BankMobile (www.bankmobile.com/index). In this extensive interview, Luvleen explains how BankMobile is leading the way in mobile-first banking by making banking more accessible and affordable. Luvleen also lays out the landscape for digital banking in the U.S. and explains how BankMobile’s B2B2C white label model allows them to create high volume customer acquisition at a low cost through partnerships with large consumer aggregators.
Established in 2015,
BankMobile is a division of Customers Bank and among the largest and
fastest-growing mobile-first banking platforms in the U.S., offering
checking and savings accounts, personal loans and credit...
BankMobile co-founder Luvleen Sidhu discusses how her firm's “Bank-as-a-Service” model enables it to acquire customers at higher volumes and lower costs than traditional banks. Click here to listen
Keynote Title: “Delivering innovative, disruptive banking that actually works for the customer”
Luvleen Sidhu, Co-Founder, President and Chief Strategy Officer, delivered the keynote presentation at the FinovateFall conference.
A keynote presentation from the co-founders of BankMobile, a division of Customers Bank and America’s fastest-growing mobile-first bank offering checking and savings accounts, personal loans and credit cards. BankMobile, named the Most Innovative Bank by LendIt Fintech in 2019, is a “customer-obsessed” bank with a disruptive, multi-partner distribution model, known as “Bank-as-a-Service” (BaaS).
Jay Sidhu, Chairman & CEO, Customers Bancorp (Customers Bank) (USA);
Luvleen Sidhu, President & Chief Strategy Officer, BankMobile, (USA)
Meet The Female Leaders Of Finance With Tyler Gallagher: “I believe that there are macro trends towards embracing diversity” with Luvleen Sidhu and Tyler Gallagher
Tyler GallagherAug 12 · 11 min read
believe that there is a macro trend towards embracing diversity. I also
think the #MeToo movement is bringing awareness to issues faced by
women; however, much more attention needs to be brought to the topics of
women’s equality and women’s rights. Overall, we are becoming more
cognizant and sensitive. There has been progress, but it is far from a
reasonable or fair outcome. A large gender income gap still exists. A
lot of women are also missing on board seats.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Luvleen Sidhu, founder of...
BankMobile looks to stand out in a field of digital banking giants
Growing up in Reading, Pa., Luvleen Sidhu wasn't interested in banking, even though her father owned the local bank—or, perhaps, because he did.
"It was dad's job," she said.
Her father, Jay Sidhu, an immigrant from New Delhi, turned around the
nearly bust Penn Savings Bank and built Sovereign Bancorp. Sovereign had
branches from Maryland to Massachusetts, including more than 100 in New
York after swallowing up Brooklyn's Independence Community Bank. Then,
during the last decade, it was acquired by Spain's Banco Santander for a
cool $5 billion.
Eventually the industry began to appeal to the banker's daughter. "I
learned in business school that it's important to find a problem that...