Moroku, Deloitte and the Isle of Man partner to shape the future of banking and payments

Moroku, Deloitte and the Isle of Man partner to shape the future of banking and payments

Moroku, a Sydney based fintech that helps banks and payments companies around the world deliver game and data derived digital experiences, alongside Deloitte, has been announced as a finalist, representing Australia alongside Gridsight, in the 2024 Isle of Man Innovation Challenge.

The partnership aims to leverage Moroku’s expertise in creating engaging financial experiences to enhance the Isle of Man’s position as a leading hub for fintech innovation. The “Isle of Game” initiative by Moroku will introduce a new era of banking that is not only secure and efficient but also engaging for users.

Hon. Tim Johnston MHK, Minister for Enterprise, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “Moroku’s innovative approach aligns perfectly with our vision for the Isle of Man. Together, we will drive technological advancements that are not just cutting-edge but also user-centric.”

The collaboration will focus on developing solutions that are tailored to the unique needs of the Isle of Man, fostering a dynamic ecosystem for technology and contributing to the island’s economic growth.

Moroku CEO Colin Weir shared, “Game is one of the most ancient forms of skill building and engagement. In a world that is not only becoming more complex, truths also more evasive and large numbers of consumers getting lost and controlled by social media, we are delighted to be joining the Isle of Man Innovation Challenge.”

The partnership will officially commence with a series of workshops and think tanks, engaging local businesses, financial experts, and government representatives to map out the future of digital finance on the island.

For more information on the Moroku and Isle of Man partnership, visit Innovation Challenge 2024.