IntraFi® NetworkSM is pleased to offer Peer Intelligence® as an exclusive service for the banking industry. Peer Intelligence is a secure, online community where bank executives can share information and ask each other questions. It’s bankers talking with bankers. More than 1,300 bank leaders representing 1,070+ banks help keep this community vibrant and active.
Participation in Peer Intelligence is limited to senior bank executives, so you know you’ll be interacting with bankers facing similar challenges. There is no cost to join, and the site is free of advertising. Peer Intelligence also features private webinars and commentary by industry experts. In addition, you can access special, curated content, including articles handpicked for you by Rob Blackwell, former Editor-in-Chief of American Banker, who summarizes news and insights of potential interest for community participants on a weekly basis.
Ask questions. Answer questions. Read and respond to posts directly through Outlook. Create conversations and focus on the topics most pertinent to you. Join Peer Intelligence today.
What Peer Intelligence participants say.
I enjoy peer information shared by other bankers associated with this group. Interesting and relevant articles are provided by [IntraFi].
Peer Intelligence connects me with other banking leaders who are clearly focused on results. This is a great place to find out what is on the minds of other bank executives. It is quick and easy to launch a discussion topic and see what peers are thinking about current and evolving topics, like interest bearing commercial DDA accounts. The content, connections, and dialogue are valuable. In addition to the visible online exchange, I have benefited from the private discussions that have developed behind the scenes.
I also love the resources IntraFi Network provides for there to be peer-to-peer discussions... Peer Intelligence was such a blessing a couple of years ago when that was launched, where I could post questions without disclosing the bank that I was at and ask critical questions, whether it was regarding products and services … or leadership issues.