Luvleen Sidhu

Co-founder & Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, BankMobile

Luvleen Sidhu

Co-founder & Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, BankMobile

Biography

Luvleen Sidhu is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer at BankMobile, America’s first absolutely fee-free bank aimed at helping the underbanked, millennials and middle income Americans have affordable access to traditional financial services. Her mission for BankMobile is to make banking effortless, fee-free and financially empowering. A bank you can LOVE!

Sidhu is also a member of the BankMobile Board of Directors and Director and Founder of the BankMobile Foundation, where she identifies and funds budding entrepreneurs and organizations that promote financial literacy.

Prior to her current role, she was a management consultant at Booz & Co. in their financial services practice. Before attending business school at Wharton, she worked as the director of corporate development at Customers Bank. While at the company, Sidhu introduced several growth projects, including partnering with a New York City-based start-up to improve the banking experience through innovative technology.

Previously, she was an investment analyst at Neuberger Berman in their hedge fund of funds group. Sidhu holds a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government from Harvard College.

Sidhu is also a national and international speaker at industry conferences and at undergraduate and graduate programs, where she encourages financial innovation and entrepreneurship. She is also on a mission to provide financial advice specifically to her fellow millennials. Previous speaking engagements include: the Future of Digital Banking in London, American Banker conferences and webinars, Harvard Business School, Wharton Business School and the University of Pittsburgh, among others.
Personally, Sidhu is involved with several social impact projects that include establishing computer centers in India to educate rural women, and organizing and sponsoring medical camps in underprivileged areas in Punjab. She is also a leader in the Soka Gakkai International Non-Profit, mentoring individuals and providing them with guidance and actionable tips to help them achieve their full potential professionally, personally and spiritually.