Mumbai Indians land sponsorship with IDFC FIRST Bank

MI will begin their campaign on April 2 against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

The Indian Premier League (IPL) team, Mumbai Indians (MI) have inked a new sponsorship agreement with the Indian private sector bank, IDFC FIRST Bank. In this deal, the firm will find its brand logo on the right chest in the forthcoming IPL season.

The Infrastructure Development Financing Company’s banking division and the Indian non-bank financial entity Capital First merged to become IDFC FIRST Bank, a private sector bank in India.

The objective of the bank is to implement the tried-and-true Capital First model of funding small businesses and people on a banking platform and use IDFC Bank’s network, first-rate technological stack, high-quality digital banking, and robust rural presence. It also made use of cutting-edge technologies to satisfy the requirements of larger business owners and enterprises.

The bank is dedicated to establishing a customer-first culture that directs the development of its products and services as well as how quickly it responds to consumer demands.

Meanwhile, the Rohit Sharma-led team had a terrible season last year, winning only four of its 14 games, suffering 10 losses, and finishing last in the standings. This year, however, the Mumbai-based side will undoubtedly be looking to rebound. They will begin their campaign on April 2 against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.

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