Eesha Mohindra

Money Analyst for Martin Lewis

Eesha first joined MSE as a Money Analyst in November 2013. Since then, she has moved to working as Martin's Money Analyst and Writer. She ensures all of Martin's articles for TV, radio and print are prepared and supports Martin while he's out filming for his TV shows. She also regularly represents MSE on the radio.

Before MSE, Eesha graduated in social anthropology in 2010 from the London School of Economics, and went on to work as a manager in a bank. In her spare time, she practises yoga and frequently goes to the gym (though probably not as often as she would like). She's also a novice dressmaker and stitches dresses for friends and family.

Latest from Eesha Mohindra

Official APR examples

Official APR examples

What is the APR on credit cards? See the Money Saving Expert guide with official examples of interest rates

8 September 2022

What happens in Vegas, doesn’t always stay in Vegas

What happens in Vegas, doesn’t always stay in Vegas

Viva Las Vegas! The entertainment capital of the world is renowned for trying to make you spend big bucks on theatre shows, casinos, restaurants, clubs and more. But by giving up a couple of hours of my holiday time, I saved around £240 ($366) on theatre tickets on my recent trip. And instead of sticking by the...

7 April 2015

Hands up – who here knows how banks work?

Hands up – who here knows how banks work?

With my role as a money analyst here at MSE and my previous experience working in a bank, I like to think I know a thing or two about the financial world. However, for many people, growing up involves being thrust into the financial world without knowing the basics of managing money – it’s something many haven’t...

15 December 2014

How to get what you want from your bank – some insider tips

How to get what you want from your bank – some insider tips

I recently left my role as deputy manager of a Santander branch to join the team here at MSE as a money analyst. I’m a Santander customer myself (at first by obligation, not choice). Shortly after I joined MSE, I ventured into a central London branch to pay money into my dad’s account on his behalf. This...

14 January 2014