AvaTrade, the leading forex and CFD broker, has entered into multi-year partnership agreement with English Premier League football club Manchester City.
The world-famous football club could help AvaTrade expand its global reach and further publicize its name as a retail FX and CFD provider.
Benefits for both sides
According to the terms of the agreement, the football club will promote AvaTrade’s brand name online and at live events.
“We are delighted to announce this partnership with AvaTrade. AvaTrade and Manchester City are both committed to empowering the lives of our traders and fans, respectively, and giving them the best possible experience. Both organizations share a passion for being innovative and leading the way in our industries. We are looking forward to working with AvaTrade for this season and beyond,” said Damian Willoughby, Senior Vice President of Partnership at City Football Group.
Part of the arrangement will enable AvaTrade to reward its clients and affiliates through special offers and promotions. Some of the awards will be Manchester City merchandise, as well as VIP trips to the club’s Etihad Stadium.
“A true leader constantly seeks new mountain tops to conquer. Our partnership with Manchester City sets a new bar in the global financial industry and furthers our ongoing commitment to investing in excellence. We are very excited as to what the future may bring as part of this fantastic collaboration between two leading brands at the top of their game,” said Dáire Ferguson, CEO at AvaTrade.
Established in 2006, AvaTrade is among the top Forex brokers in the world with offices in Dublin, New York, Milan, Sydney, Tokyo and other locations.
AvaTrade is fully regulated and licensed in the EU and the British Virgin Islands, with additional regulation in Australia, South Africa, and Japan.
The minimum initial deposit of AvaTrade is $250. Maximum leverage is 400:1. AvaTrade offers more than 250 financial instruments including forex, commodities, indices, stocks, vanilla options and cryptocurrency trading.