Manchester United announces sponsorship agreements with Commercial Bank of Qatar and Emirates NBD Bank
- Five-year deals cover Qatar and UAE
Manchester United has today announced two regional sponsorship agreements with Commercial Bank of Qatar and Emirates NBD Bank.
The two prominent banking organisations have signed five year deals that will see them become the Club’s Official Financial Services Partners in their respective countries.
As part of the separate agreements, both organisations will have the rights to produce Manchester United branded credit, debit and prepaid cards. In addition to this, Emirates NBD Bank will also market its own Manchester United Savings Account.
Founded in 1975, Commercial Bank of Qatar (CBQ) has grown to become one of the country’s leading financial services providers. The A rated bank prides itself on its premier quality, dependability and excellent service. CBQ plays an important role in Qatar’s economic development and is also dedicated to investing in its local communities. The agreement with Manchester United is the bank’s first affinity programme.
Emirates NBD group was established in 2007 when Emirates Bank International (EBI) and the National Bank of Dubai (NBD) merged to create one of the largest banks in the United Arab Emirates. As a market leader