Every month, we put together a rundown of the news related to what is happening in the world of fintech. Enjoy.

Santander to Roll Out Personal Payments Via Ripple – Using Ripple‘s DLT, Banco Santander will this quarter roll out same day mobile international payments for personal customers. The technology has been piloted for 18 months and tested with Apple Pay and Touch ID sign in. Read More

eBay Improves Payments with Adyen – An agreement between companies will make Adyen the main payment processor instead of Paypal. Both companies want to increase efficiencies for buyers and sellers. Read More

Global Regulatory Network – The implementation of Basel IV last December was a step further for regulators towards a stronger and more transparent regulatory framework. Considering the last evolutions, EY released its regulatory outlook for this year. Read More

Accenture Launches New AI Testing Service – The tech consulting firm’s ‘Teach and Test’ strategy is designed to develop reliable AI systems. It had been successfully trialled training an AI chatbot for a financial services website. Read More

The Forbes Fintech 50 For 2018 – While crypto hogs the headlines, technology is disrupting the $8.5 trillion (market cap) U.S. financial services industry in less flashy ways, changing how we invest, borrow and save; how big banks control risk; and how hedge funds analyze data. Here is the Forbes Fintech 50 2018 list. Read More

Deutsche Bank’s Multibanking Solution Goes Live – Deutsche Bank multibanking service was launched, aiming to provide one platform to transfer money from all aggregated accounts. Customers can activate the multibanking function and add third-party bank accounts online or in the app. Read More

Two Trends Reshaping Fintech in 2018 – Advisers need to get more mobile in 2018. Brandon Rembe of Envestnet Tamarac explains how digital client engagement will change the landscape in 2018. Read More