Following the deal, the firm has become the club’s premium partner and will have it’s logo featured on the left sleeve of the Monaco players’ jerseys.
The financial institution will also benefit from exposure at the Stade Louis-II, in addition to appearing on the club’s official signage and numerous communication mediums. Furthermore, Yomoni will also be able to get closer to the AS Monaco community through various events scheduled for the relationship.
The ideals of Yomoni are accessibility, performance, and accountability. Since 2015, Yomoni, the French leader in online savings management, has proven itself as a significant alternative to bank savings. Yomoni makes solutions accessible to everyone with only a few clicks and no entrance fees. Previously, these services were only available to institutional and private banking customers.
Sébastien d’Ornano, Yomoni CEO, said, “AS Monaco is not only an excellent football club with a rich history, but also an entity that stands for excellence, rigour and hard work, and for which the training of young talent is an essential focus. We share these values. At Yomoni, we make savings management accessible to everyone, and we have high standards, efficiency and responsibility in our DNA.”
Ben Lambrecht, AS Monaco CEO, said, “We are delighted to enter into this partnership with Yomoni, the French leader in online savings management. Yomoni combines performance and responsibility, two values to which we are particularly sensitive. We are convinced of the success of this collaboration, which we can’t wait to start.”
Recently, the team also inked sponsorship deals with Royal Caribbean International, 6686 Sport, and Rarecubes. AS Roma are currently going through a rough patch, as they only managed to score one point in three games. The side will next take on Empoli on September 18.