In this development, Global Reach will continue to remain the club’s official FX and international payments partner. Global Reach will prolong to assist Wolves’ foreign exchange strategies and global payments solutions, majorly for international player acquisition, pre-season tours and overseas sponsorship revenue.
Global Reach has been primarily known for supporting clients in managing their foreign currency and international payment requirements for more than two decades.
On the extension of the partnership, Adam Beevers, Wolves’ Head of Finance, said, “We are pleased to continue our relationship with Global Reach for a further season.
“Particularly during a transfer window as active as this summer, it is key to have a trusted industry specialist on board to support us with what is a critical part of our business, and we certainly have that in the team at Global Reach.”
Joe Stevens, of Global Reach, said, “We’re delighted to extend our partnership with Wolves. We’ve cultivated a great relationship which we’re looking forward to growing.
“As a business that prides itself on being a high-performing team, we strongly embody the club’s values and relentless commitment for ongoing success.”
Russell Jones, Wolves General Manager for Marketing and Commercial Growth, said, “Following a successful partnership during the 2021/22 season, we are excited to keep Global Reach as part of the pack.
“Global Reach have been a key partner for us since we joined forces back in May 2021 and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them in the coming months.”
This collaboration will also allow Wolves’ plethora of sponsors, partners and corporate members to benefit from Global Reach’s FX hedging and risk management expertise.
In the English top-flight, the Wolverhampton-based team is having a forgettable season as it finished last on the table with 10 points before the international break.