Banking 5-50

About the Banking 5-50 User Group

The Banking 5-50 user group was created out of a growing need to connect banking professionals in the mid-tier market.  As smaller banks grow, challenges and complexities increase in all directions. Externally, growing community and regional banks face increasing levels of regulation and oversight while, at the same time, they must manage their internal growing pains. There are many technologies that can be leveraged to overcome these challenges, but what technology to use, how to deploy it and how to acquire and retain the human resources required to manage and maintain it are common questions. 

The Banking 5-50 user group is dedicated to bringing users together in a forum to collaborate and share ideas and concepts.  It is founded by the users, for the users. 

Quarterly virtual meetings that focus on a key industry topic will be listed on out News & Events page.  Banking 5-50 also maintains a presence on social media!  You can follow us on Twitter, Google+, or Facebook. To join or start a conversation with your peers, please request to join our LinkedIn group. To ensure an open dialog, membership on LinkedIn  restricted to Bankers and their direct partners and the forum will be moderated to prevent solicitations and / or job postings (there are plenty of other sites for that!).

Because not all banks are the same!

You can Help!

We are always looking for great content to share with our members. If you have a favorite news article, solution, white paper, or blog you want to share, please let us know!

Contact Us to submit content to share!

Volunteers are always welcome and wanted!  There are lots of ways you can make a difference!

  • Send us content you think all mid-tier bankers need to see
  • Start or participate in an online discussion on LinkedIn or Twitter
  • Attend a Banking 5-50 webinar
  • ​Or even better - Submit your ideas for upcoming webinars!

​Every one of those activities makes a difference!  If you are interesting in being even more involved you could:

  • Volunteer to join our steering committee to help chart the future og Banking 5-50
  • Volunteer as a panelist or presenter for a Banking 5-50 webinar