Finveo signs sponsorship deal with Montenegro national basketball team

Rick Steves

Finveo is a provider of several asset classes which offers services in a broad range of products, including Equities, US Stocks, Currencies, Commodities, and Indices.

Istanbul-based conglomerate INVEO Investment Holding’s multi-asset brokerage arm based in Podgorica, Montenegro, namely Finveo MN has secured sponsorship of 3 years with National Basketball Federation of Montenegro for three years; which will develop the magical game under the hoops.

Finveo, currently has presence not only in Montenegro but also in the UK and Latin America, and has been accelerating its global expansion with the aim of global acknowledgment through its multi-national brand.

Through the sponsorship, Finveo is aiming to strengthen their communication with public through their larger vision at INVEO Holding and all its subsidiaries including Gedik Investment Securities in Turkey.

Success is backed by determination and hard work

Inveo Investment Holding Chairman and CEO Onur Topaç, KSCG President former NBA player Nikola Peković, Finveo Montenegro CEO Nikola Pejovic and INVEO Investment Holding EVP Anıl Abbak attended the press conference held at Bemax Arena, Podgorica on the 29th of June.

The CEO of Inveo Investment Holding, Onur Topaç, commented: “As INVEO, creating value is our primary philosophy and we bring the same perspective to every initiative we take. Today, we are signing this agreement to become a main sponsor with National Basketball Federation to offer our full support not only limited to the success of national teams but also for bringing children and youth together with sports. We are gratified to contribute to the future of youth and sports, and for our companionship with the Basketball Federation on the road to the global success of Junior’s, Women’s and Men’s National teams.”

Nikola Peković, President of the KSCG President, said: ”I would like to thank our friends for the agreed cooperation and to express my belief and hope that it will be very productive on the mutual satisfaction. This is a great new moment in sports and the way it functions within it, in the line with the possibilities that today’s new technologies provide.”

Nikola Pejovic, Finveo CEO, stated: “As every Montenegrin in this Arena, I am very proud maybe twice as proud as I am representing both Montenegro and Finveo for the mutual future that we have just signed here, where Finveo and KSCG share the same grounds as: inspiration, passion, commitment, responsibility, and teamwork!”

Anıl Abbak, INVEO EVP, added: “As a leading multi-asset trading company present on different continents, FINVEO is serving its investors around the world. Our success is a product of practice that is backed by determination and hard work. Both in financial markets and basketball, practice with devotion is the only way to improve.”

Finveo is a provider of several asset classes which offers services in a broad range of products, including Equities, US Stocks, Currencies, Commodities, Indices across international markets from a single interface.

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