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17 Dec

Banking Dive Feature

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...
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16 Dec

Wharton Fintech Podcast Feature

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...
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26 Sep

Financial Innovation Conference 2019

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...
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15 Aug

Authority Magazine Feature

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 I believe that there is a macro trend towards embracing diversity. I also think the #MeToo movement is bringing awareness...
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29 May

Crains NY Feature

BankMobile looks to stand out in a field of digital banking giants Aaron Elstein 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...
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