Pepperstone Becomes Major Partner Of South East Melbourne Phoenix Basketball Team

A global online forex and CFD broker, Pepperstone has partnered with South East basketball team Melbourne Phoenix for the remainder of the NBL22 season.

Tony Gruebner, Chief Marketing Officer of Pepperstone, says, “This partnership with Phoenix is ​​an exciting new chapter in Pepperstone’s short but storied history. Our shared goals come together in ambition: just as Phoenix strives to be #1 on and off the court, Pepperstone aims to be a global leader in providing access to global CFD markets.

Phoenix General Manager Tommy Greer adds that “signing with Pepperstone is an exciting undertaking for Phoenix and we look forward to what the partnership means for both parties.”

Australia is a key market for Pepperstone; this partnership allows us to work with an elite team with whom we share goals and at the same time bring the Pepperstone brand to millions of Australian NBL viewers.

The partnership sees the Pepperstone brand on all remaining Phoenix home games, corporate events and official team apparel, as well as the corporate events area under the Pepperstone Phoenix Nest brand.

Founded in 2010, Pepperstone has grown to become an award-winning global online forex and CFD broker known for providing exceptional customer service. The Pepperstone Group has a number of related entities around the world and is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySec), the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB), Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and Kenya Capital Markets Authority (CMA). More information at https://pepperstone.com/en-au/

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