OctaFX broadens UK presence, signs sponsorship deal with Southampton FC

Retail FX brokerage OctaFX UK has today announced official partnership with Southampton Football Club.

Acquiring a regulatory license from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has prompted OctaFX to strategically expand its sponsorship portfolio.

Previously, OctaFX had substantial experience in sponsoring local Indonesian football clubs including a champion of Indonesian Football League. With sponsorship agreement with Southampton FC, OctaFX will extend its marketing and promotional rights and become an Official Retail Forex Trading Partner.

Today, CEO of OctaFX UK Limited Daniel Harris and Southampton FC representative Gareth Rogers signed a sponsorship agreement at St Mary’s Stadium, the official grounds of the club.

According to this agreement, OctaFX becomes an official partner of Southampton FC with rights to use Southampton FC brand and players. By partnering up with a club which finished seventh in the English Premier League 2014/15 season, OctaFX displays itself among industry giants who actively enter into sport sponsorship to furher branding and acquire customers.

With regard to the sponsorship, Mr. Harris commented: “We consider SH FC as one of the most successful, aspiring and resourceful clubs in English Premier League. Excellent performance and good nature are the qualities that make SH stand out. Second season in a row SH football club proves that the dream is real, and we hope we can invest in that success and be a part of new improvements”.

Gareth Rogers, CEO of Southampton FC commented: “We are delighted to be partnering with OctaFX, an award-winning and FCA-registered forex broker.  Both ourselves and OctaFX are growing rapidly on a global scale, and our shared values around hard work, dedication and aspiration stand us in excellent stead for a successful partnership”.

“This is another positive development in our commercial strategy as we continue to grow and support all areas of the club” concluded Mr. Harris.

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