RoboForex sponsors Club Cienciano to make a social impact in Peru

Rick Steves

We have been captivated by Peru, by its people, its culture, its history and by the great club that is Cienciano. Which reaffirms the commitment RoboForex has made to the club and to all of Peru”.

RoboForex has become an official sponsor of the Peruvian professional football club Cienciano, currently playing in Peru’s Primera División.

Founded in 1901, Club Cienciano is one of the oldest football clubs in Peru. With two international trophies under its belt, the team plays in a stadium named after a Spanish-Inca writer known as Inca Garcilaso de la Vega.

RoboForex has established roots in Peru

The contract, signed for the period 2022-2023, will see RoboForex contributing to help the club increase its potential and win every match and every championship.

The city of Cusco and Peru as a whole may also benefit from the partnership going beyond sports as the online trading company, in alliance with Club Cienciano, intends to carry out social works that have an impact on the welfare of several communities.

Last month, RoboForex funded a donation of two hundred football bals for schools in Cusco that need support to develop their sports activities.

The FX and CFD broker has made social works one of its priorities in order to demonstrate social responsibility without geographic limits, and without distinction of areas of concern (sports, health, environment, community, education, etc).

RoboForex is giving back to the Peru’s society all the trust and solidarity that have been granted to it since the beginning of its operations there.

Sami Otman, CBO of RoboForex, said: “We have been captivated by Peru, by its people, its culture, its history and by the great club that is Cienciano. Which reaffirms the commitment RoboForex has made to the club and to all of Peru”.

RoboForex delivers brokerage services and provides investors with access to its proprietary trading platforms. The entity operating in Peru is registered in Belize with brokerage licence FSC 000138/333.

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