Rangers FC has become the latest sports organisation to partner with Ebury, a fintech firm active in a number of financial sectors globally.
Ebury will become the Scottish Premiership side’s official FX transfer partner for the remainder of the 2023/24 campaign and for the next two seasons, closing at the end of the 2025/26 season.
Commercial terms of the partnership include Ebury supplying Rangers with its solutions to support the club’s global finance operations. The agreement follows partnerships signed by the team with the likes of bookmaker Unibet, one of the club’s most significant agreements of last year.
Karim Virani, Rangers FC CCO, said: “Ebury is a hugely innovative and rapidly growing global financial services firm which we are extremely proud to partner with.
“Our plans working alongside them as a club, but also to support the local business network in Scotland, are extremely exciting and we’re very much looking forward to bringing this partnership to life.”
Meanwhile, for Ebury, the agreement further expands its presence in sports, with the firm having been embarking on an extensive sports marketing strategy in recent years.
Last year saw the club partner with Dutch Eredivisie team PSV Eindhoven and in 2022 it signed a deal with Italian side Parma for that year’s Serie B season.
The firm’s primary client targets are ‘businesses of all sizes’, with its product range including unified solutions such as international payments and collections, FX in various currencies, cash management, business lending, risk management and API integrations.
Phil Monkhouse, Ebury UK Country Manager, added: “Today marks a notable milestone in Ebury’s expansion into Scotland as we proudly announce our role as the official FX transfer partner of Rangers FC.
“Partnering with Rangers is a testament to our commitment to the local community. Rangers’ sense of tradition, competitive spirit and incredible fan base is why we’re not just spo