The National Women’s Super League (NWSL) side, Orlando Pride has announced a brand-new partnership with the Brazilian digital-based financial institution, Inter&Co.
In this development, Inter&Co has been named the official financial institution of the Orlando-based women’s soccer club. The Brazilian brand has also taken up the same role for the Major League Soccer (MLS) club, Orlando City SC.
The collaboration is one of the most significant recent investments in a MLS or NWSL team by a financial institution affiliated with a Latin American multinational. This big move for Inter&Co strengthens the company’s worldwide expansion efforts, with further joint initiatives with both Orlando-based soccer clubs in the future.
Jarrod Dillon, Club President of Business Operations, said, “We are excited to welcome Inter&Co and their 28 million customers to the Orlando City and Orlando Pride family as our newest partner. We look forward to sharing Inter&Co’s innovative capabilities in the digital financial space with our fans, and partnering with them to make an impact in our community. The global synergies that exist between our two brands are evident and we look forward to building on their storied history in the sport of soccer.”
João Vitor Menin, CEO of Inter&Co Inc, said, “Orlando is one of the fastest-growing markets which can benefit from the exact financial products and solutions we’ve developed. We’re thrilled to partner with Orlando City SC and Pride to introduce Inter&Co to the fans and citizens of Orlando. This partnership is more than a collaboration; it’s a testament to our international expansion efforts, our mission to simplify the lives of millions of users, and our commitment to serving diverse communities through our all-in-one Super App.”
Inter&Co. is a holding corporation that also functions as a digital bank. Its operations include banking, securities, insurance brokerage, marketplace, asset management, and services, among other things. It earns the most money from the banking sector. The company was established in 2021 and is based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
The Pride are currently standing seventh in the NWSL points table. They will be facing Angel City FC in their next encounter on October 3.