Photo Credit: Adelaide Strikers
The Adelaide Strikers are delighted to welcome Pepperstone as their Principal Partner for BBL|12.
Pepperstone was established in 2010 in Melbourne, Australia by a team of experienced traders with a shared commitment to improve the world of online trading.
Today, Pepperstone delivers competitive pricing, premium trading products and platforms, and superior customer service to clients globally.
Pepperstone CMO, Tony Gruebner, said this partnership with the Strikers is an exciting opportunity for Pepperstone.
“Australia is a key growth region for Pepperstone and our research tells us that cricket indexes strongly with our Australian clients,” Gruebner said.
“So, it’s a natural strategic alignment for us both on a domestic level and more broadly in terms of broadcast and viewership into other global markets.”
South Australian Cricket Association Chief Commercial Officer Phil King said Pepperstone was the perfect company for the Strikers to partner with.
“Everyone at the Adelaide Strikers is very excited that an award-winning company in Pepperstone is joining the Strikers family,” King said.
“We applaud their genuine commitment to helping customers master the art of trading and their faultless commitment to outstanding service, a value that we share at SACA.
“We are thrilled to begin our partnership with Pepperstone ahead of BBL|12 getting underway on Wednesday, December 14 at Adelaide Oval.”
Pepperstone will feature on the chest and sleeve of the Strikers playing shirts in BBL|12.
Established in 2010, Pepperstone has grown to become an award-winning online global forex and CFD broker known for delivering exceptional client service. The Pepperstone Group has a number of related entities across the globe 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), the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and The Capital Markets Authority of Kenya (CMA).