FlowBank Strengthens Tennis Ties, Expands Swiss Partnership

FlowBank Tennis Partnership Expansion, emphasizing four-year commitment to national teams and tournaments.

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FlowBank announces a four-year Tennis Partnership Expansion with Swiss Tennis, building on its initial engagement in 2021. Effective immediately, FlowBank is set to provide support to the Swiss national teams, commencing with the Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup teams and extending its involvement to the junior national teams.

This comprehensive agreement spans the next four years. It encompasses not only the title sponsorship of the Swiss Tennis International Tour, featuring approximately two dozen international tournaments on Swiss soil, but also a substantial role in the national tennis teams across all levels.

FlowBank has been actively pursuing sponsorships within the tennis sphere, notably serving as a sleeve sponsor for Alexander Zverev, the current World No. 6 in the Pepperstone ATP rankings, who recently competed in the semi-finals of the Australian Open. The company has also secured tennis star Elina Svitolina as a Brand Ambassador.

FlowBank Tennis Boost: Four-Year Partnership Expansion

René Stammbach, President of Swiss Tennis, expressed delight at the early extension and simultaneous expansion of the partnership, emphasizing the shared vision with FlowBank: “A well-coordinated doubles team can deliver top performances at so many different levels. We delight in FlowBank’s ongoing alignment with Swiss Tennis’ vision, ensuring positive development and fostering further growth in Swiss tennis together.

FlowBank’s enhanced commitment to Swiss Tennis aligns with its broader initiatives in the tennis arena, particularly within the “next-gen” sector. Charles Henri Sabet, Director of FlowBank, commented on the strengthened partnership, stating, “We are proud to strengthen our partnership with Swiss Tennis and to extend our support to national teams and junior players. Tennis aligns with our values of discipline and excellence, and we look forward to playing a key role in the growth of Swiss Tennis over the next four years.”

Founded and led by CEO Charles Henri Sabet, FlowBank, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, aspires to revolutionize the online investing experience. The company, licensed by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) and a member of the Swiss self-regulatory banking organization esisuisse, also controls the FCA-licensed CFDs broker LCG.

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