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1 Jul

Tearsheet | July 2022

“Tough times don’t last, tough people do”: A day in the life of Luvleen Sidhu, CEO and founder of BMTX Luvleen Sidhu is the youngest female founder to take a company public as the chair, CEO, and founder of BMTX, formerly known as BankMobile.The life of a banking executive comes with challenges, and Luvleen discusses her professional journey, love for spirituality, and empowering more women to thrive in male-dominated industries. The full article can be found at: https://tearsheet.co/day-in-the-life/tough-times-dont-last-tough-people-do-a-day-in-the-life-of-luvleen-sidhu-ceo-and-founder-of-bmtx/ ...
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4 Apr

FinTech Magazine | April 2022

FinTech Magazine caught up with Luvleen to find out which areas of the financial services industry are ripe for reform and how fintech is redressing the balance. Q: What are the biggest challenges facing women when it comes to wealth management today - and how is fintech addressing these things? There are...
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27 Jan

FemCity | Jan 2022

Luvleen Sidhu is the Chair, CEO and Founder of BM Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BMTX), one of America’s largest digital banking platforms. At the time of BM Technologies’ listing, Sidhu was the youngest female Founder and CEO to take a company public. She has been recognized by many awards, including being...
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9 Dec

Inc. Magazine | Dec 2021

Luvleen Sidhu was just 28 when she founded BankMobile with a lofty mission: to reinvent banking for millions of Americans through the power of tech. The 2015 launch presciently anticipated the coming rise in mobile banking, and six years later the Radnor, Pennsylvania-based business merged with a special purpose acquisition...
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23 Mar

Crains 40 Under 40

Luvleen Sidhu, 34 Co-founder and CEO, BankMobile In the crowded field of financial startups, Luvleen Sidhu has stood out far from the pack since she launched BankMobile, a financial institution used by 1.1 million college students in the U.S. Last year her five-year-old startup become the backbone for T-Mobile’s banking app. BankMobile generated $85...
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