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On the Move

by Philly Biz-- Editorial Staff
Luvleen Sidhu has been named president of BankMobile. Co-founding the company in 2015, Sidhu continues the mission of creating the most simple financially empowering bank in the country.

Matthew S. Olsesh has joined Chamberlain Hrdlicka at their Philadelphia office. Olsesh will bring his expertise in business litigation including but not limited to matters involving antitrust, bankruptcy, class actions, employment, insurance, international law and business disputes, real estate and white-collar compliance and defense to the law firm.

Grant Thornton’s corporate strategic federal tax service practice welcomed Jim Wittmer as tax partner and east region leader. Wittmer will bring his expertise of corporate tax experience serving public, private and foreign-owned companies in a variety of industries to the practice.

Lehigh University Small Business Development Center has named James Fischer director. Fischer’s responsibilities will include delivering SBDC programs and services to small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in the Center’s service areas as well as serve as an advocate for business development in the region.

Warren Taylor has been named as chief financial officer at BankMobile, a division of Customers Bank, where he will oversee the financial risk and manage financial planning, budgeting, and reporting. Taylor will also continue his current positions of president of customer engagement, chief of staff and head of banking.

Published (and copyrighted) in Philly Biz, Volume 2, Issue 3 (March, 2017).
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