Ebury Named Premium Partner for French Football Club Stade de Reims

Ebury Named Premium Partner for French Football Club Stade de Reims

The global fintech firm specializing in forex solutions,
Ebury, has entered into a sports sponsorship deal with the French football club Stade de Reims. The deal will see the company’s logo appear on the jerseys of the
football club.

According to a statement
by Ebury, the kit sponsorship deal is part of the company’s strategy to expand its
business globally. The deal marks the first time the fintech firm is entering
into a sports sponsorship agreement in France. According to Friday’s
announcement, Ebury expects to use the opportunity to expand its services globally.

Additionally, the
fintech company plans to lend its expertise in international transactions to
Stade de Reims. The club reportedly had more than 30 nationalities in its squad
over the past three seasons. The deal will reportedly begin with the opening league
match between Stade de Reims and Marseille.

Fernando Pierri, the Chief
Commercial Officer at Ebury, remarked: “We are delighted our brands are
joining forces and excited by the potential this partnership brings for us
both. All 1,400 of our employees will be cheering the team on each time they
take to the field.”

Last year, Ebury entered
into a similar sports
sponsorship deal
with
the Italian football club Parma Calcio 1913. According to a report by Finance
Magnates, the fintech firm assumed the role of the official training partner
for the club for the 2022/2023 season. As a training sponsor, Ebury’s brand
featured on the training attire and jerseys of Parma during the season.

Ebury Eyes Global
Expansion

Founded in 2009, Ebury
specializes in global payments solutions, foreign exchange risk management , and
corporate lending. The company has expanded into more than 20 countries
globally, with 31 offices globally, according to the information on its website.

Towards
the end of August last year, the fintech firm announced
the rebranding
of its alternative investments division to Ebury Institutional Solutions, Finance
Magnates
reported.
According to the company’s statement, the rebranding aims to enable the firm to
expand its presence in the alternative investments space.

The global fintech firm specializing in forex solutions,
Ebury, has entered into a sports sponsorship deal with the French football club Stade de Reims. The deal will see the company’s logo appear on the jerseys of the
football club.

According to a statement
by Ebury, the kit sponsorship deal is part of the company’s strategy to expand its
business globally. The deal marks the first time the fintech firm is entering
into a sports sponsorship agreement in France. According to Friday’s
announcement, Ebury expects to use the opportunity to expand its services globally.

Additionally, the
fintech company plans to lend its expertise in international transactions to
Stade de Reims. The club reportedly had more than 30 nationalities in its squad
over the past three seasons. The deal will reportedly begin with the opening league
match between Stade de Reims and Marseille.

Fernando Pierri, the Chief
Commercial Officer at Ebury, remarked: “We are delighted our brands are
joining forces and excited by the potential this partnership brings for us
both. All 1,400 of our employees will be cheering the team on each time they
take to the field.”

Last year, Ebury entered
into a similar sports
sponsorship deal
with
the Italian football club Parma Calcio 1913. According to a report by Finance
Magnates, the fintech firm assumed the role of the official training partner
for the club for the 2022/2023 season. As a training sponsor, Ebury’s brand
featured on the training attire and jerseys of Parma during the season.

Ebury Eyes Global
Expansion

Founded in 2009, Ebury
specializes in global payments solutions, foreign exchange risk management , and
corporate lending. The company has expanded into more than 20 countries
globally, with 31 offices globally, according to the information on its website.

Towards
the end of August last year, the fintech firm announced
the rebranding
of its alternative investments division to Ebury Institutional Solutions, Finance
Magnates
reported.
According to the company’s statement, the rebranding aims to enable the firm to
expand its presence in the alternative investments space.

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