Mohamed Khalil joins Movenbank as director of products

Source: Movenbank

Mohamed Khalil has joined the Movenbank team on its journey to reboot banking.

As Director of Product, Data & Partnerships Mohamed will be responsible for building Movenbank's core customer experiences of CRED and Spend, Save and Live. Mohamed's challenge will be to develop innovative tools and techniques that influence and leverage consumer behavior patterns so as to promote smarter financial decisions. Mohamed will also establish key third-party partnerships that will support the build out of CRED, the company's innovative measure of each customer's financial wellness.

Mohamed joins Movenbank with over a decade of domestic and international experience in financial services innovation and product strategy. Most recently Mohamed was Director of Finance, Data and Strategic Partnerships at, a joint venture funded by Citigroup, Microsoft & Morningstar. His prior experience includes product development, pricing and consumer strategy at Citigroup and Merrill Lynch, as well as financial services management consulting at First Manhattan Consulting Group and Novantas.

Mohamed commented, "My passion has always been to create innovative products that empower consumers to improve their financial wellness. Joining the Movenbank team to help build real-time feedback loops via mobile while integrating behavioral, social and persuasive techniques is an extraordinary opportunity to do just that. I am absolutely thrilled to be part of such an amazing and talented team."

Alex Sion, President and Managing Director of Movenbank said, "Mohamed's skills, experience and vision will play a vital role in Movenbank's mission to help our customers' spend, save, and live smarter by integrating the worlds of social, big data, and mobile banking and payments." Sion further commented, "Mo has been on a career mission to bring financial wellness to the mass market and has helped to design some of the most innovative concepts in the industry on this front. We're truly privileged to have him."

Mohamed has an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and an MBA from Wharton.

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