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Digital Banking – How it’s making us poorer

Since the turn of the century banking has undergone a rapid digital transformation. No longer do people line up in branches to do their banking instead they use their smartphones and computers, where monitoring accounts and transferring money is never more than a few clicks away. With this level of …

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Misys and Moroku collaborate on gamification for money management

Misys and Moroku collaborate on gamification for money management Misys, the London-based financial services software company, is collaborating with Moroku to bring gamification to educate the next generation on money management. The company says it is making gamification an integral part of its Misys FusionBanking Essence Digital platform to help …

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Cuscal takes stake in Moroku

Cuscal takes stake in Moroku Cuscal, the nation’s key independent provider of payment solutions, has taken an 11 per cent stake in emerging fintech company Moroku, which provides a mobile banking platform in the cloud that facilitates customer acquisition. In the latest example of a partnership between an established financial …

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Moroku a Top Prospect in the Australian Fintech Sector

Moroku a Top Prospect in the Australian Fintech Sector KPMG partner Ian Pollari, the co-leader of the firm’s global fintech practice and a key player in the creation of Stone & Chalk, estimated yesterday that there were now 200-250 fintech start-ups around the country, most of them aiming to disrupt …

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Do Not Fire and Forget

Global revenue from mobile games is expected to rise 21% to about $37 billion this year. That’s twice what retail banks will spend on digital.  This growth has driven the China super hero Tencent to take a 84% stake in Supercell, the maker of the very popular Clash of Clans …

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What we all need to do is so important

Moroku help banks help their customers win. We do this by building digital experiences that motivate customers to save not spend and through this model build sustainable banking businesses based on liquidity as opposed to net interest income (NII) and fees. This is both really important and really hard. This …

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Banking in the Crowd

Moroku stems from the Maori word for gathering, “puroku”, twisting it in the realisation that today the tribe connects via mobile. With only China and India having more social members than Facebook and the majority of our interactions now occurring on mobile, few will argue that the age of the …

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