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PSV welcomes Investous as Global Online Trading Partner

Dutch Eridivisie club PSV Eindhoven has signed a new partnership with retail online trading broker Investous.

Under the multi-year deal, Investous will become the Official Online Trading Partner at the club, in a deal negotiated by the SportQuake agency.

Investous will get LED time at PSV’s Philips Stadium, social media assets and ticketing and hospitality benefits.

Frans Janssen, head of commercial at PSV, said: “We have again been able to tie up with a global brand. For us, it is a confirmation that we are a big international brand and that we are still growing.

“We are looking forward to launching joint projects that will be of value to both PSV and Investous.”

Investous offers contract-for-difference (CFD) trading on a variety of different assets, allowing users to trade over 270 financial instruments from asset classes such as foreign exchange, stocks, indices, commodities and cryptocurrencies.

Petros Mylonas, operations director at Investous, said: “We view the sponsorship deal as a major step towards expanding our client base in the Netherlands and across Europe.

“We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial collaboration.”

Investous will be a lower-tier partner at PSV, beneath principal partners EnergieDirect.nl, Philips and Umbro.

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