Published On: Thu, May 24th, 2018

FxPro signs multi-year sponsorship agreement with McLaren F1 Team

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Online broker FxPro and McLaren F1™ Team have announced a multi-year partnership agreement. From the Monaco Grand Prix (24-27 May), the McLaren MCL33 will feature prominent FxPro branding, highlighting the firm’s position as the world’s number one online broker.

Zak Brown, Chief Executive Officer of McLaren Racing, commented:

We are pleased to welcome FxPro as an official partner to the McLaren Formula 1 team. Both FxPro and McLaren are committed to innovation and excellence in their fields, making this a natural partnership. With over 50 domestic and international awards to their name, FxPro have proven their ability to perform at the highest level.

With over 250 million orders executed and up to 7,000 orders processed each second, FxPro said it is well aware of the challenges high pressure, high performance environments present. This partnership underpins the commitment to excellence and innovation shared by McLaren and FxPro.

Charalambos Psimolophitis FxPro
Charalambos Psimolophitis, FxPro

FxPro CEO Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented:

We are proud to be entering this multi-year partnership with McLaren, a team with an illustrious history and exciting future. We always look for partners that share our passion for excellence and success, and McLaren embodies those values perfectly.

Ilya Holeu, Chief Marketing Officer at FxPro added:

FxPro have always been visionary pioneers in everything we do, from multiple world-class sports sponsorships to the way we value our name and the way that we do business. Sports sponsorship has long been a significant part of our outreach program and we are delighted to be partnering with McLaren to take that forward.

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