FinovateEurope 2015 Sneak Peek: Part 1


2014 was an exciting year for fintech, and we estimate 2015 to be even bigger, with the ongoing battle for mobile wallet share, growth of alternative lending, and burgeoning VC funding.

At FinovateEurope, our first conference of 2015, we’re hosting more than 70 companies who will showcase their products centered on the newest trends, and some we’ve never seen before. 

For Finovate’s fifth time in London, we’re returning to the Old Billingsgate Market Hall on February 10 & 11. Register now and be the first to see the newest fintech of 2015.


In the weeks leading up to FinovateEurope, we’re giving you a taste of what will be on stage in our Sneak Peek series. Below are the first six companies in this installment.


ebankIT is an omnichannel banking software company that provides innovative solutions with centralized management, allowing banks to communicate faster, easier and more efficiently with their customers.


    • Seamless access to financial products and services
    • Allows banks to extend its customers’ network
    • For any device and wearable technology
Why it’s great
Omnichannel & Social banking provides a consistent experience across channels to provide customers with seamless access to financial products and services.



João Pinto, Board of Directors
Pinto is an administrator with nearly 20 years of solid experience in the financial sector, actively participating in the design and implementation of innovative Omnichannel Solutions.
Paulo Oliveira, Omnichannel Speacialist
Oliveira is a Project Manager, Omnichannel Specialist and Software Architect in ebankIT. He has been developing solutions in the financial sector for more than 15 years.


Jumio’s Netverify turns your customer’s computer/smartphone into an ID scanning terminal that captures customer data and verifies customer ID documents, increasing online account opening rates.


    • Reduces abandonment during digital account opening 
    • Creates fast & intuitive experiences for digital account opening 
    • Helps meet KYC & AML compliance requirements

Why it’s great
Jumio’s Netverify has been developed to meet the challenge of verifying identity in a connected-device environment, decreasing online account opening abandonment by up to 40%.



David Pope, European Marketing Director
Pope is a tech marketing specialist, having helped brands like 192business, Experian & Jumio balance the need for customer convenience with KYC compliance requirements.

John McIntosh, Sales Engineer EMEAJumioPresenter2.jpg
McIntosh is the EMEA Sales Engineer for Jumio and is responsible for all information about the Jumio Product and Technical Information.

SOFORT AG, based in Germany, offers Europe-wide,

SOFORTLogo.jpginnovative services for the secure purchase of goods and digital products on the internet.

SOFORT Banking Paycode is an efficient method for purchasing on an account, whether online or offline. The online link contains all relevant transfer information.

Why it’s great
SOFORT Banking Paycode – the faster, smarter and easier way to pay bills online


Christian Mangold, Managing Director Sales
At SOFORT, Mangold is in charge of the German market and the sales strategy. He has been on the SOFORT Management Board since late 2012.


TradeRiver Finance is a non-bank online funding solution which finances trade, both cross-border and in the U.K.


    • Online tool and finance for trade buyers
    • Pay global suppliers in cash and in local currency
    • Finance and execute local and cross-border transactions online  

Why it’s great
The TradeRiver platform provides a business funding and transaction execution solution which changes completely the nature and operation of cross-border trade finance.



Toby Lanyon, Chief Operating Officer


Mike Mumford, Business Development Executive

provides real-time, reference financial data via cloud-based APIs to fintech innovators Wealthfront, Betterment, Personal Capital, Motif Investing, Robinhood, Stocktwits, Yodlee & more.


    • New API offers trusted FactSet fundamental data, including company financials & estimates
    • Covers more than 75,000 publicly listed global companies
    • Easy integration into apps & websites

Why it’s great
The leading fintech innovators use Xignite market data APIs



Stephane Dubois, CEO & Founder
Dubois is a fintech revolutionary in the process of disrupting the financial services industry. He founded Xignite to pioneer market data in the cloud.


Yoyo is a mobile platform that seamlessly blends payments, loyalty, and discovery – done right.


    • Combines payment, loyalty and discovery
    • Yoyo ‘magic’ button on the till – we integrate into the epos software
    • Ability to link card to mobile and to give and receive social gifts

Why it’s great
Pay fast, get rewarded.



Michael Rolph, Co-founder and CCO
Rolph is ex Barclaycard, First Data and PayPal. He was formerly a Director at Anthemis Group and is currently a Mentor at Seedcamp and advisor to Azimo.

Check back later this week, when we’ll explore six more presenting companies. To learn about all of the presenting companies, check out our presenter page.

Space is limited; get your FinovateEurope ticket now to reserve your seat.

Alumni News– December 23, 2014

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  • The Tech Bulletin profiles Heckyl Technologies.
  • Sonavation announces acquisition of assets of Arkami.
  • Chelsea State Bank launches Larky-powered mobile app.
  • EVRY announces a four-bank, $160 million payments partnership.
  • Kashoo unveils version 4.1 of its cloud accounting and bookkeeping app for iOS. 
  • Walmart to distribute GreenDot prepaid products in 2015.
  • BMO Financial Group’s deployment of Xignite Enterprise wins American Financial Technology Award.
  • IT Qlick takes a look at Jwaala Personal Financial Manager and roomMaster.
  • CashStar teams up with Spafinder Wellness.
  • NY Times DealBook looks at disruptive startups in fintech including Lending Club, On Deck, and TradeKing.
  • column on how companies stand out from the crowd features Silanis Technology.
  • Jemstep to power Redhawk Online Advisor.
  • Continuity Control taps Peter Rawlinson as Chief Marketing Officer.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Alumni News– December 2, 2014

  • Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Finovate-F-Logo.jpgCompass Plus TranzAxis now supports Futurex hardware security modules.
  • Coinbase introduces USD Wallets, enabling users to store U.S. dollar balances.
  • TradeKing unveils new features for its new LIVE platform.
  • Forbes column on disruption in traditional money exchange features Azimo, TransferWise, and CurrencyFair.
  • CrowdFlower announces support for eight new languages and enhanced support for another four.
  • CEO and co-founder of Trustev Pat Phelan wins MSL Cork Business Person of the Year award.
  • Linqto, Crowd Curity, Xignite, and CUneXus win Future of Money & Technology Summit Startup Showcase.
  • TickSmith adds Amazon Web Services version of its financial big data platforms.
  • The New Daily features SocietyOne as a premium P2P lending option.
  • The Chicago Tribune considers Lending Club’s impending IPO.
  • Google Cloud Platform now PCI compliant, enabling developers to hold, process, and exchange credit card information.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Xignite: Inspiring the Future of Finance with Easy and Speedy APIs


Are companies like Xignite the key drivers of financial innovation?

Within minutes of his company’s keynote at FinDEVr this fall, Xignite founder and CEO, Stephane Dubois had already dropped the names of StockTwits, Personal Capital, and Robin Hood. All headline-grabbing fintech companies that have chosen Xignite to supply the crucial market data that makes their innovations work.

Sharing the stage with software engineer Anand Viswanathan, Dubois used a real stock purchase to take the us from financial social network to PFM/investment advisory to trading platform, connecting the dots of a real fintech ecosystem with Xignite at the center.
From Xignite’s perspective what makes them the resource of choice for so many innovative fintech startups is that Xignite understands two key things about innovation in a competitive technology marketplace. First, it doesn’t matter how good your product or service is if you can’t get it to market before your competitors. Second, don’t make developers spend any more time on  the “financial market data piece” as Dubois calls it, than is absolutely necessary.
“Individual developers have an idea, a vision of building something unique,” Dubois explained.
“By creating something that developers can look at and say, ‘I can code this today’ it makes it easier for them to create and innovate,” Dubois said.
Ready, Set – Xignite!
It’s worth remembering that there was a time when getting access to market data itself was a challenge. “Historically sourcing and integrating market data has been very painful,” Dubois said from the stage at FinDEVr this fall. “It’s very complex area, its full of quirks and its littered with legacy technologies.” He recounted a story of Wealthfront founder Adam Rachleff, who became frustrated with legacy data providers, and decided instead to turn to Xignite for market data. 
“We helped Andy build Wealthfront,” Dubois told developers. “And we can help you build your business.”
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in San Mateo, California, Xignite’s story has been about more than just building a better market data delivery mousetrap.  By 2008, the media had begun to pick up on how, in the words of TechCrunch’s Jeff Widman, Xignite was a “case study” in how a wide range of businesses – in this case – could take advantage of cloud-delivered data and free themselves from the costs and technology issues of legacy financial market data providers. 
As Dubois explained in an interview earlier this year, the previous generation of APIs assumed two things: slower networks than we have today, and applications that stored data. “Now the networks are faster and apps ask for data repeatedly rather than storing it,” he said.
This is what has allowed for “massive cloud ecosystems” such as Amazon Web Services, which Xignite leverages in order to support its own ecosystem of fintech builders and innovators.
Today Xignite offers a wide array of fintech solutions. Its Market Data Cloud provides real-time, historical, and reference financial data on instruments in all asset classes. Its Market Data Distribution solution is used by exchanges and vendors such as NASDAQ to provide transaction data especially through Xignite’s on-demand APIs. Large FIs can take advantage of Xignite’s Enterprise Data Distribution solution, which helps organizations clean up data redundancies, as well as provide data through a private, branded API catalog.
Xignite currently processes more than 15 billion API calls a month from more than 45 countries. Its FI partners include BlackRock, Charles Schwab, BNY Mellon, Natixis, and TD Ameritrade, and exchanges like the Nasdaq OMX and the NYSE both use Xignite to sell their data.
The Technology
Xignite calls itself a design company rather than a “market data” company. It’s another way of saying that in addition to accurately delivering data quickly, Xignite has to provide that data in ways that are easy for developers to deal with. “Market data is especially complex,” Dubois explained. “We demystify it so they can build apps super quickly. We also have everything they need in one place – a one-stop shop – and what they’ll need for tomorrow.”
Some of what makes Xignite help developers get their projects finished easier and to market faster may seem like minutiae to non-builders. But according to Vishwanathan, its the minutiae that matters. He points to the layout of Xignite’s Product Catalog, which offers “tons” of API operators for individual services such as Get GlobalDelayed Quote. This gives developers the maximum ways to get the data they need. The API test forms in Xignite APIs can be customized so that developers can see only the outputs they are interested in, and in-line documentation helps make sure that builders are know both exactly what they are getting and exactly how to integrate it into their projects.
Xignite and the Fintech Gold Rush
Dubois thinks we are living in a “fintech gold rush”. And as such its Xignite’s job to provide prospectors with the shovels, pans, and dredges. Newly queued up is FactSet, which provides financial information and analytics to more than 50,000 customers via desktop analytics, mobile apps, and data feeds. Xignite announced earlier this month that its customers will have access to FactSet’s global fundamental market data via its APIs as early as Q4 of this year.
In making the announcement about FactSet, Dubois referred the challenge of “keep(ing) pace with innovation.” It’s a telling acknowledgement and heartening to hear for fans of the platform. After all, it was a change in the way that data moved and was used – from slow
er and locally stored to faster and distributed from the cloud – that helped give Xignite the advantage it has. It is impossible to know the next evolution in data, the form it takes or the way the apps of tomorrow will consume it. But in either event, it will be worth watching to see how Xignite grows and adapts to stay at the forefront of change.
What’s not likely to change any time soon, however, are the number of companies discovering providers like Xignite and deciding that cloud-based financial market data delivery is a better alternative.
“Whether you are a startup trying to topple the world order, or working for a large company and trying to hold on to what you’ve got, what you need is speed,” Dubois said. “We have the largest, fastest, most powerful set of RESTful APIs that will help developers get their products to market faster.”

Alumni News– October 27, 2014

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  • CB Insights lists Nutmeg, TransferWise, The Currency Cloud, and Azimo among the 10 top fintech startups from the UK.
  • The Guardian Money section looks at peer-to-peer lender including Zopa.
  • TWiST (This Week in Startups) interviews FutureAdvisor Co-Founder and CEO Bo Lu.
  • Prosper reaches $2 billion, reaching the second billion dollars in just 6 months.
  • Payment processing solutions provider, Bill2Pay, partners with PayNearMe to digitize cash collections.
  • The Australian Business Review features Matt Symons, SocietyOne co-founder.
  • EVO* Snap launches mPOS Solution Supporting Apple Pay and EMV Globally.
  • MedicalMine and Bluefin Partner for Integrated Patient Payments.
  • Check out our feature on Xignite: Inspiring the Future of Finance with Easy and Speedy APIs
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Alumni News– October 24, 2014

  • Smarty Pig featured in Washington Post column on ways to save on holiday gift shopping.
  • Wealth talks with Motif Investing CEO Hardeep Walia on tech trends in the financial services industry.
  • TransferWise and CurrencyFair are highlighted in Forbes review of ways to save on foreign currency exchange.
  • Bob’s Guide profiles cloud-based market data provider, Xignite.
  • Technology Tools for Today interviews Tom Nally, president of TD Ameritrade Institutional.
  • Pymnts interviews EVO Snap* CEO Peter Osberg about Apple Pay.
  • highlights OnDeck, PayPal, & other Finovate alums as small business lending innovators.
  • D3 Banking brings in $7 million, with $3 million more on the way.
  • ABA Banking Journal looks at Karrot, the automated online lending service demoed by Kabbage last month at FinovateFall 2014.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Alumni News– October 14, 2014

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  • Cross County Savings Bank to deploy DNA account processing platform from Fiserv.
  • Apps from MasterCard and Deluxe earn spots in PaymentsSource’s “8 Wallet Apps That Go Beyond Payments.”
  • Arxan and Xamarin extend Mobile Application Protection to developers.
  • Coinbase hires former Sr. adviser to Homeland Security & Gov’tl Affairs Committee, John Collins, to head gov’t affairs.
  • interviews’s Ron Suber regarding CFGE, Peer-to-Peer Lending and Working with Big Banks.
  • RBS partners with Taulia to offer dynamic discounting with e-Invoicing to corporate customers.
  • Backbase named a visionary in the Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals 2014.
  • Holvi accounts now use International Bank Account Numbers (IBANs).
  • Forte Payment Systems announces new partnership with The Master’s Touch, LLC to power eNoticesOnline bill presentment service.
  • Visa Europe partners with edo to make its performance marketing platform available to 500 million European bankcards.
  • Xignite teams up with FactSet to provide fundamental market data from the cloud.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

FinDEVr 2014: Xignite Shows How Its APIs Can Help Businesses Succeed

This post is part of our live coverage of FinDEVr San Francisco 2014.

Then, Xignite presented its market data APIs.

Kick-Start Your FinTech Business with Xignite Market Data APIs
Xignite powers hundreds of breakthrough FinTech apps and platforms – touching millions of investors & finance professionals each day. Learn how Xignite can help you kick-start your FinTech business, fuel your growth, and power your success with our easy-to-integrate financial data APIs.
Presenter: Stephane DuBois (CEO & Founder) and Anand Viswanathan (Software Engineer)
Xignite is the pioneer of cloud-based market data APIs & the data provider for leading FinTech innovators Betterment, FutureAdvisor, JemStep, Motif Investing, Personal Capital, Robinhood, SigFig, Stocktwits, The Currency Cloud, Wealthfront, Yodlee and more. From end-of-day stock quotes to spot rates on currencies, our APIs cover every asset class, market and data type available and are ideal for integrating data into FinTech mobile apps, websites, and platforms. 
Twitter: @xignite

FinDEVr Preview: Eshtapay, EVO Snap*, Intuit Partner Platform, and Xignite


In the weeks ahead of FinDEVr San Francisco, we’re taking a closer look at the companies that will share their technology through presentations and workshops on September 30 and October 1.

Today, we have two installments. In the first, we looked a Avoka, Financial App, Incomm, and Xero. In part two, we’re featuring:

There’s still time to pick up your ticket to join in on the first event for fintech developers.


Eshta develops and operates Eshtapay as a financial platform that can act as online payment system, e-wallet, escrow system, and self-service payment terminal back-end. Eshtapay (due to its very flexible architecture) is a Swiss-Army knife for the online banked and unbanked alike.

Keynote: Eshtapay: The Financial Swiss-Army Knife
Eshtapay is directly operated in Ukraine and Egypt and also used online from Dubai to France to power self-service payment kiosks, service vending machines, service marketplaces, and ATMs. With less than 6 months time to market for deployment, Eshtapay exhibits remarkable versatility and efficiency.
Workshop: Eshtapay: 80M People Market Case Study
Eshta CEO Catalin Braescu is offering a detailed break down of the customization and deployment of Eshtapay for the 80-million-person Egyptian market. Expect a colorful presentation, Indiana Jones situations, breakneck deadlines, and a Hollywood happy ending!
Why it’s great for developers:
    • Suspiciously easy to integrate
    • Dangerously fast to deploy
    • Tempting pricing

Your company + Eshtapay = fast access to billions of developing world consumers.


EVO Snap* is a one-stop shop for application integration, merchant underwriting and international payment processing. Our developer platform provides single-integration access to omni-channel payment processing and value-added services through one API – making it easy for developers to support merchants.

Keynote: DIY Offers and Rewards – Closing the Digital Loyalty Loop

Description: Activate and deepen relationships with customers by linking consumer data with payment and marketing services to create customized loyalty programs, card-linked offers and real-time rewards at point-of-sale.

Workshop: DIY Offers and Rewards API – A Look Under the Hood

Get up close and personal with the EVO Snap* Connect offers and rewards API and discover how to integrate offer publishing and card-linked redemption services into your loyalty app. Learn how to leverage pre-built service modules and explore options for making your bank/app portal more valuable to merchants by offering detailed retail analytics. We’ll crack open the API, review available data, and offer up sample code.

Why it’s great for developers:

  • Simple, fast & easy-to-use payment APIs & integration tools
  • Simplify merchant activation & approval
  • Expand your global footprint and EMV readiness

Acquirer, Processor & Technology Partner – All-in-One. EVO Snap* is a one-stop shop for application integration, merchant underwriting and international payment processing.


Intuit Partner Platform (IPP) is an open platform that enables developers to integrate with rich financial and transactional data through REST-based APIs and offers unparalleled reach to millions of small businesses through Intuit

Keynote: The Small Business Opportunity
The importance of small business to the global economy can’t be denied. With 600 million small businesses worldwide, the opportunity to drive their success is huge. Reach millions of small businesses by developing for Intuit QuickBooks Online, an open platform for developers that taps into the power of QuickBooks and the cloud. With partners from Square to American Express to Vend, QuickBooks Online allows Intuit and its ecosystem to simplify the business of life for millions of small businesses.
Workshop: Intuit’s Financial Data APIs: Getting Started With the Best Platform to Connect to Small Business and Consumer Financial Data
QuickBooks Online (QBO) has the largest small businesses audience in the world and the QBO API opens up this valuable market to partners and developers like you. The Customer Account Data (CAD) API is the same API that powers giving you access to transaction data from over 19,000 financial institutions. In this session we will review the QBO and CAD APIs.
This session is best for developers looking to serve small businesses and accountants.
Key Takeaways:
  • What the QBO Platform offers to you as a partner and developer
  • How to start integrating with the CAD API so you can get started quickly
Why it’s great for developers:

    • QB reaches millions of qualified SMB customers & accountants
    • You can easily connect your SaaS app to SMBs
    • Extend the power of QB to handle multiple jobs
Through IPP, developers can extend the power of QuickBooks, join Intuit’
s ecosystem of applications, and tap into millions of existing SMB customers.


Xignite is the pioneer of cloud-based market data APIs & the provider for leading Fintech innovators Wealthfront, StockTwits, Robinhood & Yodlee. Our APIs cover every asset class, market & data type available & are ideal for integrating data into FinTech mobile apps, websites, and platforms.

Keynote: Kick-Start Your FinTech Business with Xignite Market Data APIs
Xignite powers hundreds of breakthrough FinTech apps and platforms – touching millions of investors & finance professionals each day. Learn how Xignite can help you kick-start your FinTech business, fuel your growth, and power your success with our easy-to-integrate financial data APIs.
Workshop: Power Your FinTech Apps with Xignite Market Data Cloud APIs
Come see how easy Xignite makes it to add virtually any type of financial market data into your app and why the top FinTech start-ups are Xignite customers. Get first-hand experience calling Xignite REST APIs for pricing, reference, and historical market data. Novices and experts are welcome; Xignite experts will be on hand to answer any questions and explain basic concepts (i.e. how to call a REST API) and share best practices (i.e. using our open-source SDKs).

Why it’s great for developers:
• Get going now with our special startup pricing 
• Get to market first – thanks to our easy APIs 
• Huge catalog of market data to fuel your growth
The flagship FinTech companies are winning with Xignite. Shouldn’t you be too?

If you missed any of the previous FinDEVr Preview posts, check them out below:

FinDEVr Preview: Yodlee Interactive


In the weeks leading up to our inaugural FinDEVr conference, we’re taking a look at the more than 40 speakers who will be making presentations. Click here to see the full agenda.

First up is Yodlee Interactive. Yodlee was a presenter at the first Finovate event in 2007, and continues that tradition by being a big part of the inaugural FinDEVr. In addition to its keynote address, Yodlee will deliver three workshops on the second day (see below). 

For more information on FinDEVr, the first event for fintech developers, coming to San Francisco on September 30, visit FinDEVr here

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Yodlee is the platform for financial innovation. More than 600 companies globally, including seven of the top ten US financial institutions, rely on Yodlee to power personalized financial apps and services for millions of consumers, driving retention, engagement, and revenue. 
Leveraging the industry’s largest data platform, Yodlee also delivers real-time insight into consumer behaviors to create more dynamic interactions – anywhere, anytime, on any device.
Yodlee Interactive is focused on making the Yodlee platform available everywhere that entrepreneurs, partners, and developers building digital financial apps and services can use to create value. As the architects of a new digital ecosystem, Yodlee Interactive optimizes the wisdom of the financial technology crowd to create, catalyze, and distribute innovations faster through an open and secure data API. 
Used by hundreds of companies, both small and large, Yodlee Interactive is the horsepower behind today’s coolest and most personalized digital experiences.
At FinDEVr, Yodlee Interactive will be giving a keynote address and will provide three workshops for builders. The titles, topics, and presenters for the keynote and workshops are below.
Keynote: Demystifying the Yodlee Data
What is the Yodlee platform and what value do the Yodlee Interactive APIs open up to developers?

Joseph Polverari

Chief Strategy & Development Officer, Yodlee;
Founder & General Manager, Yodlee Interactive
Joe Polverari is focused on making the Yodlee platform available everywhere that value can be created by entrepreneurs, partners, developers building digital financial apps and services. 
Joe is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Program, holds a juries doctorate and degree in Economics from Santa Clara University.

Cheung Tam

Director API Product Management, Yodlee
Previous to Yodlee, Cheung served as Senior Product Manager, Developer Platform at Intuit. Cheung is a technologist with advanced degrees in business and engineering and has over 15 years of development, product, and project management experience.
Workshop Session #1
How to Build an App with Financial Data: Hands on help from Yodlee Interactive and the hot app builders who are leading the charge.

Anita Hayrapetian

Senior Solutions Engineer, Yodlee Interactive
Anita is a customer focused sales engineer with in-depth technical knowledge and superior presentation and interpersonal skills. Successfully developed and deployed more than 20 major projects including auction, e-commerce and ERP systems for global computer component re-sellers.
Session also features Cheung Tam and Guest Developers.

Workshop Session #2
Yodlee’s Instant Account Verification (IAV) API for Managing Risk and Fraud

Lori Martel

Vice President, Platform Product Management, Yodlee
Session also features Jayasree Iyer and Guest Developers

Workshop Session #3
Supercharge your Apps with Wealth Data from Yodlee & Xignite

Deviprasad Kocherry

Product Manager, Yodlee

Al Chang

Chief Technical Officer, Xignite
Look forward to our next FinDEVr Preview featuring TD Ameritrade Institutional next week.