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InstaForex invests in Liverpool

English Premier League football team Liverpool has announced a two year partnership with online Forex trading company InstaForex.

Under the agreement, InstaForex will be an official partner to Liverpool in Asia and the Commonwealth of Independent States until the end of the 2015-16 season.

InstaForex customers in these markets will have access to exclusive Liverpool experiences and match tickets to watch the team play at its Anfield home.

Liverpool chief commercial officer Billy Hogan said: “We are delighted to welcome InstaForex to the Liverpool family as our very first online foreign exchange trading partner. The online service has over 1.2 million online customers and those in Asia and the CIS will benefit from this partnership, which will see InstaForex offering fans content and access to the team they love.”

Liverpool secured a second place Premier League finish in 2013-14, ensuring qualification for the 2014-15 Uefa Champions League.

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