“They are a symbol of strong leadership, they share our search for excellence”, stated Butragueño at the event, which Benzema, Kroos, Achraf and Vallejo also attended.
The presidential box at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium will host the presentation of the sponsorship agreement between Real Madrid and Exness, the leading forex (exchange market) trading company, and Real Madrid. Emilio Butragueño, director of Institutional Relations for the club; Igor Rudi, Marketing Director of Exness and the first team players Benzema, Kroos, Vallejo and Achraf all attended. Butragueño highlighted the benefits of the agreement for both parties: “Real Madrid does not sit stagnant, it keeps we keep searching for excellence and we face every new challenge with the desire to add to the legend of madridismo. That is why it is so important to choose our partners, as they too must be on the road to success”. “Our partnerships need to be the best, and that is why today we are thrilled to be able to present Exness as one of Real Madrid's strongest allies. They are clear leaders in their sector and they share our search for excellence. This is a three-year deal but we really hope we will continue as partners for much longer”. Rudi: "A great opportunity" “Exness are really excited to sign a deal with Real Madrid. Thank you to all who have made this possible. Real Madrid is an example of leadership and excellence and this is one of the best opportunities for us to further our company”.
The Exness Group is an international, award-winning retail forex broker founded in 2008. With a deep understanding of traders’ needs, the forex company provides accessible, stable, and reliable brokerage services through the use of modern trading and investment technologies. Clients of the Exness Group have the opportunity to trade forex currency pairs, precious metals, and CFDs, under some of the best trading conditions the industry has to offer, including instant withdrawal of profits and outstanding order execution. The Group is authorized and regulated by key European financial regulators CySEC and the FCA, in line with its ongoing commitment to offer clients a secure trading environment within a transparent regulatory framework.