Join FinDEVr New York’s Impressive Audience — Save On Tickets Through Friday

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This March, dozens of startup and established organizations will take the stage with fintech tools in hand at FinDEVr New York. Over two days, their CTOs, VPs of engineering, software architects, and development teams will showcase the APIs, SDKs, platforms, cloud services and other technology dominating the financial and banking industries.

Not only is this conference a chance for you to see what’s new and expand how you’re innovating, it’s also an opportunity to learn from and collaborate with your tech-savvy colleagues and stretch yours skills.

As the only event focused on the tech of fintech, FinDEVr brings together a unique combination of people and ideas. Of the more than 400 technologists who will be in the room, an impressive audience is coming together:

  • Software Solutions Architect – Alliant Credit Union
  • Sr. Product Manager – Amazon
  • VP Software Development – BillTrust
  • Reporter – Bloomberg
  • Finance Reporter – Business Insider
  • Sr. Director, Software Engineering – Capital One
  • Analyst – Celent
  • VP, Product Development – Deluxe Corp.
  • Developer Evangelism – Envestnet/Yodlee
  • Sr. Manager – Hitachi Consulting
  • Research Director – IDC Financial Insights
  • Developer – Mantigma
  • CTO – Matrix Applications
  • Reporter – Mergermarket
  • CTO – Metropolitan Commercial Bank
  • Sr. Technology Manager – Mizuho Bank
  • Managing IT Director – Mizuho Securities
  • Editor – Money Crashers
  • Software Developer – Pied Piper
  • Senior VP Operations – Polish National Credit Union
  • CTO – Prodigy Finance
  • Developer Lead – Prudential
  • IT Consultant – PwC
  • Head of IT Department – QIWI Bank
  • CIO – TBC Bank
  • COO – TeamBank
  • Sr. Writer – The Wall Street Journal
  • CTO – Thinking Capital
  • CTO – Trade It
  • CIO – Zapp Systems

Buy your ticket and join them. Early-bird tickets are on sale through this Friday, January 20, after which prices increase by $200. Save money, save your seat, register today.


FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Celent, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, Distributed, Empire Startups, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.

Calling All Development Teams – Last Chance to Speak at FinDEVr NY

It’s not every day there’s an opportunity for a fintech developer to share how they’re innovating from stage. CEO? Sure. VP of Sales? You betcha. Head of Marketing? No doubt. But Software Engineer? Only at FinDEVr.

attendee-titleFinDEVr is the only event that brings together the people behind fintech: the developers, CTOs, VPs of engineering, software engineers and architects, UX designers and programmers creating financial innovations, not just selling them.

Don’t get us wrong, FinDEVr’s audience is interested in the end product and how it works, but it also wants to see the guts: API, SDK, HTML5, Javascript, SQL, NoSQL, SaaS, microservices, and cloud services. And attendees want the experience with those who create it, make decisions driving it, and will show them how to use it. They want you, your development team, your expertise.

themeIf you’re working on solutions for the fintech, finance and banking industries, the upcoming FinDEVr New York on March 21 & 22 is for you. FinDEVr offers a powerful opportunity for technologists to reach 400+ peers in order to:

  • Drive product adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs
  • Showcase new and trending technology and the inspiration behind it
  • Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market
  • Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations

Through 15-minute, TED style presentations, companies showcase their latest innovations, case studies, tutorials and best practices through demos, live coding, slides, and videos. During interspersed networking in an exhibition area, presenters have the chance to connect one-on-one with attendees for a deeper dive. With a limited number of companies selected to participate (a max of 30 each day), the presenter to attendee ratio is excellent.

It’s not every day there’s an opportunity for a developer to present how their technology came to be and what it does. Today is the day. Apply to speak at FinDEVr New York and reach 400+ developers this March.

For more information on speaking, please review the brochure here: newyork2017.findevr.com/presenterpdf. And then fill out the online application here: newyork2017.findevr.com/application.

If you have any questions, please email newyork@findevr.com. And remember, the final deadline to apply to speak is this Friday, January 13.


FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, Distributed, Empire Startups, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.

Before 2016 Ends, Apply to Speak at FinDEVr New York

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_mg_9973The second deadline to apply to speak at FinDEVr New York is this Friday, 16 Dec. If you’re interested, here are a few things worth considerating: Is FinDEVr the right fit for your company? What will you show on stage? Is the timing right?

FinDEVr events focus on the tech side of financial, banking and payments technology. Companies showcase new and trending tools, APIs, and platforms, explore use-cases, and walk through tutorials of best practices, implementation, etc.

FinDEVr is a good fit if you’re active in these areas and want to reach a technical audience (CTOs, software architects and engineers, developers, etc.) to do the following:

  • Drive product adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs (like Stratumn and Streamdata.io)
  • Showcase new and trending technology and the inspiration behind it (like DigiByte)
  • Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market (like Braintree and Google)
  • Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations

With 15 minutes on stage, speakers balance live coding, slides, video and demos. Check out DriveWealth’s presentation from our most recent FinDEVr event to see what a presentation looks like:

If you like what you see, then apply ASAP. The second deadline to apply to speak is this Friday, 16 Dec. Submissions are reviewed and presenters selected on an ongoing basis, so although the final application deadline is not until January, applying early is advantageous (early-bird discounts on the speaker fee are also available).

For more information on speaking, please review the brochure for prospective presenting companies here: newyork2017.findevr.com/presenterpdf. Fill out the online application here: newyork2017.findevr.com/application.

If you have any questions, please email newyork@findevr.com.


FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with BiometricUpdate.com, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Cointelegraph, Empire Startups, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Mercator Advisory Group, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com and Women Who Code.

Last Chance to Save Big in 2016 on FinDEVr New York

With the end of the year near, it’s easy to get wrapped up in holiday parties, cyber deals, and the sprint to vacation. But remember: Don’t neglect the tech. This week is your last chance to save big on tickets to FinDEVr New York in 2016 and that’s the best deal of all.

With four successful past events, momentum behind FinDEVr’s fifth is snowballing. While two deadlines remain to apply to speak at FinDEVr New York, these companies were handpicked from an impressive pool of applicants during the first selection round.

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Additional presenters will be announced on a rolling basis and stealth companies (there are several already) will be announced later this winter.

On 21/22 March 2017, each of these firms will showcase their new and trending fintech tools, technologies, platforms, case studies and tutorials. And as a conference focused on technologists, you’ll see their top software engineers and CTOs, technology architects and evangelists share work and insights in 15-minute TED-style presentations with code, slides and demos.

Join us and help your future self! Buy your ticket by this Friday, 9 December, and not only will you reserve your seat, you’ll save $600 on list price. See you in 2017!


FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with BiometricUpdate.com, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Mercator Advisory Group, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com and Women Who Code.

Calling All Fintech Developers for FinDEVr London 2017

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After successful events in Silicon Valley and New York, FinDEVr is expanding internationally next year. Like its predecessors, FinDEVr London 2017 will focus on the technology side of fintech. (See below for special pricing,* ending soon.)

Through an exciting dual-track, TED-style format, presenting companies will showcase new and trending fintech tools, technologies, platforms, case studies and tutorials to an audience of 400+ software engineers, CTOs, technology architects, and other technologists. This first international event will be held on 12/13 June at Tobacco Dock—a unique, tech-forward venue and the perfect fit for this unique, tech-forward event!

Presenting at FinDEVr is a great opportunity for companies seeking to reach a technical audience in the fintech and financial services industry to:

  • Drive adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs
  • Showcase new technology and the inspiration behind it
  • Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market
  • Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations

Speaking submissions are now being accepted. For more information, please review the brochure for prospective presenting companies here: london2017.findevr.com/presenterpdf.

Then fill out the online application here: london2017.findevr.com/application.

And if you’d like to be in the room but not on stage, get your ticket to attend. A special ticket deal—£750 savings on list price—is available for the month of December. But hurry; this deal *expires 23 December, so register soon.


FinDEVr London 2017 is partnered with BiometricUpdate.com, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Mercator Advisory Group, SecuritySolutionsWatch.com and Women Who Code.

Application Deadline to Speak at FinDEVr New York—Apply Now!

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The year is winding down, but FinDEVr New York is gearing up. With the first speaker deadline days away, we’re receiving applications from dozens of organizations eager to showcase their new and trending tools, APIs, and platforms for the financial services industry. If this describes your company and technology, then consider adding FinDEVr New York to your 2017 schedule.

For presenters, FinDEVr is a powerful platform to:

  • Drive product adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs
  • Showcase new technology and the inspiration behind it
  • Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market
  • Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations

Since its launch in 2014, FinDEVr has experienced great momentum. The series outgrew its San Francisco venue in two years and recently wrapped its best event yet in Silicon Valley. The record-breaking launch of the East Coast event this year reinforced New York as a hub for financial and banking technology development.

After outgrowing its venue in a single year, FinDEVr New York is moving to the Metropolitan Pavilion. This venue is not only a great escape from vanilla hotels, but also will hold a bigger event with 50+ presenting companies and 400+ CTOs, developers, software architects, UX designers, engineers, and product managers.

For more information on speaking, please review the brochure for prospective presenting companies here: newyork2017.findevr.com/presenterpdf. And then fill out the online application here: newyork2017.findevr.com/application.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply by the first speaker deadline on Friday, November 11, and an early-bird discount will be applied to the presenter fee if you’re selected for the event. If you have any questions, please email newyork@findevr.com.

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FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is partnered with Finmaps, Government of Canada, Harrington Starr, and SecuritySolutionsWatch.com.

Early-Bird Discount Extended for FinDEVr Silicon Valley

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Summer is winding down, but FinDEVr is still feeling the heat. New companies have joined the impressive presenter lineup for this third annual West Coast conference and it’s on track to be the biggest event yet. See firsthand what’s new and trending for the financial and banking developer community—all for early-bird rates.
On October 18 & 19, FinDEVr Silicon Valley will showcase the latest in fintech tools, tech, APIs, platforms, case studies, and tutorials. Using code, examples, and live demos, top software engineers and CTOs, technology architects and evangelists from dozens of firms will share their work and insights via 15-minute TED-style presentations. Speaking topics will span the fintech spectrum with payments, blockchain, investment, big data, finance and wealth management, security, and more.

While some will attend this developer conference to see what’s on stage, others will come to rub elbows and network with their tech-savvy colleagues. Of the more than 600 CTOs and tech execs, UX designers and software architects, engineers, evangelists, and more, an expert audience is coming together from:

  • ABN AMRO Bank
  • BBVA
  • BDO Uniban
  • Bloomberg
  • BTC Media
  • Business Alliance Financial Service
  • California Bankers Association
  • Capital One
  • Citi Ventures
  • Credit Simple
  • Credix
  • Crowdfund Insider
  • Digital Research
  • Enova
  • Ensenta
  • Ethoca
  • EVO Payments
  • Extractable
  • Fannie Mae
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
  • Financial Samurai
  • Financial Technology Research Institute
  • First Tennessee Bank
  • Gigaom
  • Hitachi
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Kasasa
  • Kontomatik
  • Kyckr
  • Let’s Talk Payments
  • Looking Glass Investments
  • Microensure
  • Mogo Finance Tech.
  • Money Crashers
  • MyBucks
  • NEC Corp. of America
  • Nissho Electronics
  • Opes Advisors
  • Orion First Financial
  • PayPal
  • PNC Bank
  • Qumram
  • RISLA
  • Scottish Development International
  • Severus Holdings
  • SIA 4finance IT
  • Silicon Valley Bank
  • Silvergate Bank
  • Simility
  • Singular Group
  • Softjourn
  • Solutions Exchange
  • Springleaf Financial
  • swissfinte.ch
  • TD Ameritrade
  • The Bancorp
  • TMG
  • Trinity Ventures
  • TSYS
  • United Capital
  • Vanguard
  • Venture Capital Journal
  • Wealth Media
  • Wells Fargo
  • World First
  • Xignite
  • Yodlee
  • Zapp Systems
A huge number of people registered in advance of the Early-Bird Ticket Deadline last week. But, if you were out of office and missed the deadline, don’t sweat it—you have one more chance. Register by this Friday, September 23, and save $100 on list price. Hope to see you this fall!

First Wave of FinDEVr Silicon Valley Presenters Revealed

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Early this summer, we started reviewing applications from companies excited to present their latest fintech tools, technologies, APIs, platforms, case studies, and tutorials at FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016. Today, we’re excited to announce the first wave of presenters that will take the stage at the Santa Clara Convention Center this October.

To watch all 50+ companies present live, make sure to buy your ticket. Early-bird tickets expire soon, so these are your final days to save.

We’ll announce the remaining stealth companies over the next two months. In the meantime, get to know the innovative and established and startup organizations below:

1787fp’s mobile financial app helps millennials and young professionals track their finances and manage investments through one unified financial planning tool.

Aerospike uses a distributed, key-value database designed for Flash to help organizations make decisions in real-time.

Apex Clearing’s suite of APIs facilitates real-time onboarding, account management, and cash management for broker dealers and registered investment advisors.

AutoGravity helps digitally minded customers looking to finance a car embrace the full potential of the smartphone through its mobile-first digital marketplace for auto financing.

BankGuard’s SuperMatrix SDK and SuperMoney system offer a low-cost, biometric identification solution.

BBVA’s API Market helps developers access and build on core banking services for the digital ecosystem.

Blend’s digital mortgage-lending platform uses a human-centric design coupled with data science to make the mortgage application process less opaque and time-consuming for both homebuyers and lenders.

Castle uses behavioral analysis in its security API to help online businesses avoid account takeover.

Cognitect’s Datomic distributed database unlocks disparate data for financial services organizations, top 10 banks, and startups using a built-in audit trail and real-time analytics.

DefenseStorm seeks to alert companies storing data in the cloud of potential cyber threats through its lighting fast, easy-to-set-up, unified security platform.

Devexperts helps brokerages, traders, banks, and market makers analyze and play back historical market data using domain-specific compression for high performance.

Digital Business Art’s Digital Banking Platform leverages its own research and cutting-edge Oracle technologies to help retail banks make a permanent service more available.

Entrust Datacard’s IdentityGuard Mobile Soft Token saves users from having to manually enter a one-time password for online banking and ecommerce transactions.

Envestnet Yodlee offers a new, quick-start registration and API solution to make the registration and development process easy for engineers, developers and business entrepreneurs.

Exeria’s Algorithmic Robot Platform uses drag-and-drop bot building and automatic visualization to simplify investing for both B2C and B2B applications.

Expensify’s distributed database technology solves WAN-based geo-redundancy problems for secure, cloud-services businesses using a novel, high-performance replication protocol.

Finaeos helps enterprises and emerging single solution companies find better solutions for legacy providers using its Programmable.Cloud deep rapid application development that leverages CORE.Cloud Connection R.A.D. Gadget and process stack.

Financial Apps uses an API-led development platform that helps fintech companies achieve rapid scale.

Hyperwallet offers a toolkit of REST APIs, SDKs, JavaScript Widgets, and Webhooks to serve payout needs for high-growth, two-sided marketplace companies by using a global financial network and integrated payments platform.

IdentityMind Global solves fraud and regulator compliance issues for fintech companies, traditional banks, and online merchants by leveraging eDNA – Trusted Digital Identities within its on-demand identity-management platform.

Kyckr’s suite of API’s uses automated, real-time, primary source data to manage onboarding and resolve KYC bad data problems for banks and corporate customers globally.

Lleida.net acts as a trusted third party by generating evidence for companies that need to proof the acceptance.

Marqeta’s open API issuer processor platform creates payment infrastructure for commerce innovators.

ModoPayments’ Digital Payments Hub uses its COIN technology to connect sources of value to diverse destinations for financial companies.

MX’s easy-to-use, fast-to-implement financial data API provides fintech developers with clean and usable transaction data.

NuData Security uses passive biometrics and analytics as a multi-layered solution to identify good users for top 100 e-commerce and financial institutions.

OCR Labs combats risk and fraud for banking, financial, insurance, telco and government through its OCR, FR and verification technology.

Personal Capital uses customers’ financial data to overcome the cumbersome process of opening investment accounts.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) seeks to resolve inefficiencies for trade finance (Standby Letters of Credit) using “blockchain-as-a-service.”

Smartwave’s platform-as-a-service helps financial, telco, transportation, consulting, and retail businesses digitally transform their businesses.

SpeechPRO has developed a new customer onboarding solution to solve KYC identity and verification with multichannel access for CTO’s, developers and other technologists.

Tango Card’s simple technology and expert support in its RaaS API helps anyone looking to engage employees or consumers through a large-scale reward program.

Totum Wealth’s digital client engagement analytics tool helps financial advisers and individual investors improve risk assessment questionnaires by using interactive visualization of portfolio performance.

UCX’s centralized and transparent exchange allows CIOs, CFOs, and CTOs to compare cloud offerings using a single standardized unit of measure.

WiseBanyan uses Airflow (open source of AirBnB) to collect data to better serve its clients.

Wisdom Design Associates uses policy-based authorization technology to help compliance-reliant companies maintain fine-grained control of complex processes.

WooTrader helps everyone from first-time investors to financial institutions leverage predictive analytics models in stock research.

Respect the Tech: Save $200 When You Register for FinDEVr by Friday

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If you are planning to join hundreds of your fellow dev-friendly fintech colleagues this October 18 and 19 for our fall developer conference, then there is no time like the present to pick up your ticket, save your spot, and show your respect for the tech. Buy your ticket to FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 by Friday and save $200 off the list price.
Those of us who know and love fintech understand that behind the eye-popping data visualizations and always-on, real-time data aggregation are the rows of code and armies of coding wizards who make the magic happen. We cover their stories every day on the Finovate and FinDEVr blogs.  Check out our interview with Checkbook.io CTO PJ Gupta from last week as he talked about the critical role of bank APIs and tokenization. Or maybe look at our recent reporting on cloud security innovator, Prevoty, that is leveraging Language Theoretic Security technology to help defend against an ever-growing array of cyberthreats. And, of course, videos of every presentation since FinDEVr’s 2014 launch are available in our Video Archives. See for yourself what the fuss over FinDEVr is about.
If these are the kind of stories, people, and projects that inspire you to tackle the next technical challenge, then FinDEVr Silicon Valley is the place to be. Visit our registration page, pick up a ticket or two, and show your respect for the tech.

FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is sponsored by The Bancorp

FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is partnered with Acuity, Bank Innovators Council,BankersHubThe BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Bitcoin MagazineBitcoinist.netBreaking BanksByte Academy, California Bankers Association,CelentCointelegraphColloquy, Emerging PaymentsEmpire Startups, FIDO AllianceGlobal Platform, Harrington StarrJuniper ResearchMercator Advisory GroupPayment WeekPayments & Cards Network, SecuritySolutionsWatch.comSIMalliance, Swiss Finance + Technology Associationand Women Who Code.

Final Deadline to Present at FinDEVr Silicon Valley

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29302507 - dog reading newspaper and relaxing on grass in the parkIt may be the dog days of summer with long weekends and vacations still to come, but don’t neglect the tech. The biggest and best FinDEVr Silicon Valley is just three months away. And the final deadline to apply to speak at the event is this Friday, July 22. If you want to reach 600+ technical attendees in the fintech and financial services industry, submit an application this week (see below for more details).

FinDEVr is the only conference focused on the technology side of fintech. Its mission is to serve the financial services developer community. Showcasing the latest tools, technologies, APIs, platforms, case studies and tutorials, we help CTOs, developers, software architects, UX designers, engineers, product managers and other technologists create the next wave of fintech innovation.

For presenters, FinDEVr is a powerful platform to:

  • Drive product adoption of APIs/platforms/SDKs
  • Showcase new technology and the inspiration behind it
  • Establish technical leadership of the industry while educating the market
  • Garner press recognition and gather feedback on innovations

If this describes you and your technology, then FinDEVr Silicon Valley may be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for!

If you are interested in applying to speak at the event, follow these steps:

  • Step 1: Review the informational PDF for prospective presenters here: siliconvalley2016.findevr.com/presenterPDF. It contains details on the event, application process and criteria, presenter package and pricing.
  • Step 2: Once you’ve reviewed the PDF and are ready to move forward, submit an application by Friday, July 22, at the following link: siliconvalley2016.findevr.com/application.
  • Step 3: We’ll review your application and be in touch in the next couple weeks.

Hope to see you apply!

P.S. If this reminder is taking you by surprise, let us know at siliconvalley@findevr.com, and we will happily extend the deadline into next week.


FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is sponsored by The Bancorp

FinDEVr Silicon Valley 2016 is partnered with Acuity, Bank Innovators Council,BankersHubThe BayPay Forum, BiometricUpdate.com, Bitcoin MagazineBitcoinist.netBreaking BanksByte Academy, California Bankers Association,CelentCointelegraphColloquy, Emerging PaymentsEmpire Startups, FIDO AllianceGlobal Platform, Juniper ResearchMercator Advisory GroupPayment WeekPayments & Cards Network, SecuritySolutionsWatch.comSIMalliance, Swiss Finance + Technology Associationand Women Who Code.