FinDEVr in the Springtime: Wrapping Up New York & Kicking Off London

It’s a wrap for FinDEVr New York! If you would like to revisit your favorite presentations (or the audience’s favorites) or weren’t able to attend and want to see what you missed, videos of all presentations are available in our video archives. Sit back, relax, and make sure to grab the popcorn.

Even as FinDEVr New York winds down, FinDEVr London is heating up. Kick off summer by attending this debut international event on June 12 & 13 at London’s historic and unique Tobacco Dock. With many innovative presenting companies already on board, the content is sure to rival what was seen on stage last month.

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Save big on tickets when you register by this Friday, April 7. And use the promo code “FinDEVrBlog” to save an additional 10%. See you in June!

FinDEVr New York 2017 in Photos

If you weren’t at FinDEVr New York last week, you missed out! We had dozens of top-notch companies on stage giving thought-provoking presentations, launching new products, and showing off with captivating live demos. What’s more, the FinDEVr format fostered high impact networking sessions complete with an open bar, yard games, and VR gaming. Here are a few highlights:

32944413403_707f5251c6_kKunal Anand, CTO & Co-Founder of Prevoty, presenting on using runtime visibility to align application security with DevOps

33601058782_a3434e4adb_kFinicity’s Nick Thomas and Jessie Morris engage in a heated ping pong duel

33601018282_0e0b3db6a8_kKen Maier takes home the award for the most engaging Twitter user

You can check out more photos of the event on FinDEVr’s Flickr page.

And, if you’re curious to see analyst opinions of what hit the FinDEVr stage last week, check out our press coverage:

Fintech Radar
Bankba megy a Watson (in Hungarian)

Seneca Globe
Experts Views on Investment Luring Stocks- International Business Machines, Shopify

The Street
IBM Develops a Cure for Banks With a Case of Digital-Market Blues
by Valerie Young

When Banks Develop Snapchat Envy, This Firm Is Ready to Help
by Valerie Young

Thanks to everyone who attended and presented! If you can’t wait another year until the next FinDEVr, you don’t have to! Check out our next event, FinDEVr London, which will take place during London Tech Week on June 12 and 13. Tickets now on sale.

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We saw some great stuff at FinDEVr New York last week; stay tuned for videos of the live presentations! If you missed out, check out FinDEVr London on June 12 & 13 during London Tech Week. Register today and save big time.


Alumni updates

  • FinDEVr New York newcomer Fiserv announces enhancements to its real-time, loan servicing solution, LoanServ.
  • Swiss financial sector infrastructure operator SIX partners with IBM Watson to build cyber-security hub.
  • looks at speculation that Kabbage may acquire OnDeck.
  • BBVA among the latest companies to join Hyperledger.
  • MasterCard introduces new fraud detection solution, Decision Intelligence.
  • Credit Donkey lists StockTwitsDriveWealth, and Personal Capital among its Best Investing Apps of 2017.
  • Forrester recognizes FinDEVr newcomer Outsystems as a leader in low-code development platforms.
  • E-commerce services from Vantiv achieve Oracle Validate Integration. Video of Vantiv’s FinDEVr 2017 New York presentation will be available soon.
  • VISA to enable electronic business payments for SME clients of B2B electronic invoicing network, Viewpost.
  • Fiserv reports nearly 30 banks and CUs deployed its digital banking technology in 2016, taking the total number of FIs using its online banking solutions to 3,500.

Stay current on daily news from the fintech developer community! Follow FinDEVr on Twitter.

Calling All Development Teams – Speak at FinDEVr London


It’s not every day there’s an opportunity for a fintech developer to share how they’re innovating from stage, which is why we created FinDEVr. FinDEVr 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 and enabling technology.

If you’re working on solutions for the fintech, finance and banking industries, the upcoming FinDEVr London on June 12 & 13 is for you. FinDEVr offers a powerful opportunity for technologists to reach 400+ peers in order to:

  • FDLD17_EventLogoV3_wdate(large)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, what it does, and how it enables other fintech solutions. Today is the day. Apply to speak at FinDEVr London and reach 400+ developers this June.

For more information on speaking, please review the brochure for prospective presenting companies here: And then fill out the online application here:

If you have any questions, please email And remember, the final deadline to apply to speak is this Friday, March 31.

FinDEVr London 2017 is partnered with BayPay Forum,, Breaking Banks, Byte Academy, Celent, CIOReview, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, Cooper Press, Distributed, Economic Journal, Empire Startups, Femtech Leaders, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Global Data, Harrington Starr, Level39, London Tech Week, Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, Plug and Play,, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.

Twitter Talk from FinDEVr 2017 New York

FinDEVr New YorkTwitterLogo_blue_new may be done. But with FinDEVr London only a few months away, we’re already looking forward to seeing what the international developer community is doing to drive innovation in financial technology.

This year in New York, our two-day developers conference took user experience to new levels – and we’re not just talking about the state-of-the-art virtual reality sessions available for sampling at our FinDEVr Gaming Zone, either. Our partnership with Slido enabled us to bring the wisdom and curiousity of the crowd to life with a digital, Q&A display that kept everyone in the conversation. And, of course, Twitter continues to be one of our favorite ways to hear from our attending audience on what’s hot, what’s cool, and sometimes simply what’s what.


To celebrate our appreciation for our Tweeting developer community at FinDEVr, we offered a pair of awards: Most Active Tweeter and Best Use of #FinDEVr. Our top tweeters were awarded one of a number of prizes such as a miniature drone or a Chromecast – as well as the admiration of their fellow FinDEVr fans on social media.

Now let’s relive a little of that social media magic from FinDEVr 2017 New York.



















We hope you had as much fun at FinDEVr New York as we did. And if our New York event only whetted your appetite for the tech side of fintech, remember that the debut of our developers conference in London is right around the corner in June. Visit our FinDEVr London page to get an early look at the growing line-up of presenting companies.

The Favorites of FinDEVr 2017 New York


FinDEVr  2017 New York is in the books. Our second developers conference in New York was a great opportunity to take a look at some of the technologies that continue to drive fintech innovation forward. As always, we asked our attendees to tell us which companies and technologies were best positioned to make the greatest impact on the financial services industry in terms of providing greater security, increased efficiency, and a better user experience for consumers. Here is what our attendees had to say:

Favorite FinDEVr Debut

  • HackerOne for its bug bounty and vulnerability platform that leverages the talent of trusted hackers to improve the online security of organizations and institutions ranging from Twitter and Uber to Qualcomm  and the U.S. Department of Defense.

Favorite FinDEVr Alum

  • Quovo and SoFi for their partnership that shows how an easy-to-use authentication API provides security to accounts at more than 200+ FIs while improving and streamlining the user experience.

Day One Attendee Favorite

  • MapD for its database and visualization layer that transforms Big Data into immersive, instantaneous, and actionable analytics.

Day Two Attendee Favorite

  • Prevoty for its insight into the way embedded, runtime security enables cybersecurity professionals to provide an additional layer of defense against vulnerabilities and fraudulent behavior.

Favorite Established Company

  • BlueMetal for its virtual agents, natural language processing, and conversational UX that transforms the nature of customer engagement in financial services.

Favorite Startup Company

  • Modelshop for its analytic decision platform that enhances the loan origination, portfolio optimization, and fraud prevention processes for both FIs and consumers.

Media Favorite

  • Vantiv for its cloud-based payment app that removes the complexity from financial transactions for both developers and merchants.

Our thanks to our presenting companies, sponsors, partners, and all of you who attended our second developers conference in New York. The excitement and enthusiasm for our events only makes us that much more excited for our upcoming FinDEVr debut in London, England in June. If you’re in the U.K. and looking for more insight into the technological side of the fintech ecosystem, then FinDEVr London is the place to be June 12th and 13th. Visit our FinDEVr London 2017 page for more information.

FinDEVr New York 2017: Welcome to Day Two


Day One of FinDEVr New York 2017 is in the books – and what a great start to our second developers conference! From APIs, bug bounties, and card-linking to payments, risk management, and smart contracts, the first day of FinDEVr New York was a testament to the technology that continues to drive fintech innovation forward.

And that makes us all the more excited for what we’ll see on Wednesday. Day Two will feature more than a dozen presentations from a diverse array of fintech companies. But we’ll also announce the winners of our FinDEVr Favorite Awards, including Crowd and Media Favorites, Favorite Debut, Startup, Established Company, and Alum. So be sure to join us Wednesday morning at the Metropolitan Pavilion to check out the presentations, meet the presenters, and make your preferences known.

Here’s the agenda for Wednesday.

Session 1: 9:30am – 10:35am

Networking and Coffee Break: 10:35am – 11:00am

Session 2: 11:00am – 12:20pm

Buffet Lunch: 12:20pm – 1:20pm

Session 3: 1:20pm – 2:40pm

Networking and Coffee Break: 2:40pm – 3:05pm

Session 4:  3:05pm – 4:45pm

Networking and Open Bar with Appetizers: 4:45pm – 6:00pm

We hope you had as much fun at Day One of FinDEVr New York as we did. So grab your badge and a handful of business cards and we’ll see you bright and early Wednesday morning for Day Two.

FinDEVr New York 2017: Welcome to Day 1


FinDEVr New York is finally here! If you have your ticket, we’ll see you at 9 a.m. at the Metropolitan Pavilion where the first company will take the stage.

Today’s presentations will be interspersed with networking and coffee breaks and will conclude with an open bar at the end of the day. We have a stellar presenter lineup for today; check it out:

Session 1 

Session 2 

Session 3

Session 4

We’ll see you all tomorrow for the second day of FinDEVr New York. We’ll have free coat check at the venue. Don’t forget your badge!

Celebrate the Start of Spring with the Return of FinDEVr New York


FinDEVr New York 2017 begins tomorrow, Tuesday, March 21st. And after the successful launch of FinDEVr New York last year, we can’t wait to see what this year’s collection of developers, engineers, and technologists have in store for us.

FinDEVr is a bicoastal affair, with shows in Silicon Valley in the fall and New York in the spring. And this year, much the same can be said of our presenters. As our FinDEVr New York 2017 presenter map below reveals, the majority of this year’s presenters hail from either California on the west coast or from any one of a number of locations from as far north as New York City to as far south as Florida on the east coast.

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And this takes nothing away from the legions of talented fintech developers innovating in places as diverse as Utah and Wisconsin, Missouri and Ohio, Washington state and Georgia. From companies and startups large and small, we’re looking forward to two days of unique insights into the way some of our most talented developers, engineers, and CTOs put the “tech” in fintech.

So to help you make the most of FinDEVr NewYork, here are a few notes and things to keep in mind

  • Who and What? You – and maybe a colleague or two – joining dozens of companies for two days of high-level, code-friendly, demonstrations and presentations on the key technologies driving fintech innovation today. If you haven’t picked up your ticket, visit our registration page and save your spot. But before you buy, be sure to use the promo code “FinDEVrBlog” and save 10% off the ticket price.
  • When and Where? This year, FinDEVr New York 2017 will be held at the Metropolitan Pavilion on West 18th Street.
  • How and Why? To learn a little bit more about the companies that will be presenting on stage Tuesday and Wednesday as well as the technologies they specialize in, check out our FinDEVr New York 2017 Preview series.

We’re excited for FinDEVr New York 2017 and hope to see you there. If you’ve got any questions about the event, please check the FAQ section of the FinDEVr New York website or contact us at

FinDEVr New York 2017 is sponsored by Google Cloud and Box.

FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with American Banker, BayPay Forum,, Breaking Banks, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service,Celent, CIOReview, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, CooperPress, Distributed, Economic Journal,Empire Startups, Femtech Leaders, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Level39,Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, Plug and Play Tech Center,, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.

FinDEVr Dawns in New York this Week

It’s the final countdown! FinDEVr New York begins this week and we’re excited to host the dozens of presenters on stage March 21 and 22 at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Tickets are available online (and the promo code “FinDEVrBlog” will save you 10%).

Here’s what you need to know about this week’s event:

  • Sponsors
    Google Cloud and Box are sponsoring the event this year. Not only will you be able to see them on stage, but you can also catch up with them at their sponsor booths.
  • Presenters
    The presenter roster includes established companies and small startups, alike. Each has an innovative API, tool, or platform to showcase live on stage. Check out the full presenter roster and FinDEVr Preview series on the blog for a more in-depth look at what you’ll see on stage.
  • Why
    All the presenting companies bring unique innovations to the stage — here’s a sneak peek of the themes:

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  • When
    On March 21 and 22, presentations kick off at 9:30 a.m (with check in and breakfast open an hour before). The remainder of the day is split between presentations, networking and delicious food and beverages, plus a happy hour networking session closing out the day. Check out the full agenda below:

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We’ll see you in New York on Tuesday!

If you have any questions, check out the FAQ section on our website or email

FinDEVr New York 2017 is sponsored by Google Cloud and Box.

FinDEVr New York 2017 is partnered with American Banker, BayPay Forum,, Breaking Banks, Byte Academy, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service,Celent, CIOReview, Cointelegraph, Colloquy, CooperPress, Distributed, Economic Journal,Empire Startups, Femtech Leaders, Finmaps, Fintech Finance, Harrington Starr, Level39,Mercator Advisory Group, The Paypers, Plug and Play Tech Center,, Swiss Finance + Technology Association, and Women Who Code.