Scope Markets extends partnership with West Ham United

Karthik Subramanian

Scope Markets, one of the leading providers of institutional and retail trading services through its platform, has announced the extension of its Sleeve partnership with the football club West Ham United.


They have been partners since 2018 and the first Sleeve Partnership was launched in 2020 and this extension is a multi-year deal though the details have not been revealed as yet. It is believed that they would be partnering across a variety of initiatives that would be mutually beneficial and help improve the reach of Scope Markets.

Jacob Plattner, Scope Markets Chief Executive Officer said: “We are delighted to be able to extend our agreement with West Ham and look forward to another exciting season with the club. After the huge success of the team last year, we have never been more excited and proud to share the ups and downs of the club deserved return to European football with West Ham fans across the globe. COYI!!”

The club and the broker had worked together during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown on an Open Training Session when the fans of the club got a chance to interact with the players and this helped the community to connect more with the club especially at a trying time not just for the fans but for the people the world over.

Nathan Thompson, West Ham United Commercial Director, said: “We are thrilled to extend our partnership with Scope Markets, who have been a great partner to the Club for the past three years. Becoming our sleeve partner in 2020, Scope Markets has always put our fans at the forefront of their decision-making. Supporting our Virtual Open Training Event in April was a testament to this and allowed the club to bring fans from all over the world closer to the first team. We really value this partnership and we’re looking forward to working together over the seasons ahead on our shared objectives in what will be a hugely exciting 2021/22 campaign, both in the Premier League and in Europe.”

Recently, FinanceFeeds had caught up with James Hughes, the Chief Market Analyst at Scope during the iFX Expo, where he had explained the growth plans for the company for 2021 and beyond.

The company would hope that the partnership would be mutually beneficial in the long term and would help Scope Markets to grow its user based not just within the UK but around the globe as well.

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