Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC) Offers Access to Bankers Helping Bankers for Its Member Banks in Colorado

Bankers Helping Bankers

Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC) is pleased to announce its participation with FedFis and state community banking associations nationwide to offer access to Bankers Helping Bankers to its member banks in Colorado.

Bankers Helping Bankers is a bankers only platform for collaboration and education. Through data tools and dynamic user groups, Bankers Helping Bankers provides community bankers with a knowledge base focused on bank technology and emerging Fintech companies, as well as hot topics such as cryptocurrencies, banking as a service and direct digital banking.  

"Bankers Helping Bankers is about community banks coming together to address their shared challenges, operate more efficiently and discover new sources of income," said Dave Mayo, Chief Executive Officer of FedFis, the developer of the platform.   

FedFis partnered with the Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT) to bring the idea for Bankers Helping Bankers to life. "The future of community banking depends on their collaboration. For decades, banking associations have offered the means of collaboration for bankers, mostly using face-to-face gatherings. But those means are no longer enough because the industry is changing too quickly. Bankers Helping Bankers is the next iteration of the traditional value proposition of associations - the promise that together we can accomplish more than we ever could alone," said IBAT President and CEO Christopher Williston. 

"We're appreciative for the work done by IBAT and the team at FedFIS to create and develop Bankers Helping Bankers," said Michael Van Norstrand, Executive Director, Independent Bankers of Colorado. "This is about community bankers coming together to address their shared opportunities, challenges, and identifying ways to operate more efficiently. Peer-to-peer collaboration is invaluable and necessary to navigate the many challenges and opportunities associated with today's technology solutions." For questions regarding Bankers Helping Bankers and to register, contact Maelynn Lewis at IBC, 720.607.7937 or For more information go to

About IBC
Founded in 1973, the Independent Bankers of Colorado is the state's only advocate working solely for the interest of community banks and the communities they serve. Colorado's community banks are vital to our local, state, and national economies. Today, IBC represents 56 community banks and more than 70 associate members, collectively creating value through lobbying efforts, professional development, expense savings, networking opportunities, and more! One Mission. Community Banks. For more information visit

About FedFis 
FedFis provides financial institutions fintech data analytics and a strategy system which tracks Financial, M&A, and Vendor data (including technology vendors) on every bank and credit union in the United States. FedFis is committed to "truth in banking", by helping community bankers understand which products and services will best pair with their existing technology to drive the strategic outcomes for which they strive.  They are first and foremost, a family business of precisionists. Fifth-generation bankers and technology experts with incredible depth and passion for the banking industry.    

About IBAT 
Formed in 1974, the Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT) represents Texas community banks. The Austin-based group is the largest state community banking organization in the nation, with membership comprised of more than 2,000 banks and branches in 700 Texas communities.  IBAT member banks are committed to supporting and investing in their local communities. 

Source: Bankers Helping Bankers

About FedFis

We believe that the fight for community banking is far from over but, to win, we're going to need more collaboration, better data and less misinformation from those who are telling a story that only benefits them. Bankers Helping Bankers.

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Austin, TX

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