BlackBull Markets has announced that it will be partnering with versatile Kiwi racer Tom Alexander, the current Aussie SuperUtes champion.
May 10, 2021, | AtoZ Markets – Black Bull Group Limited, known under the trading name BlackBull Markets announced Monday that the company has partnered with Tom Alexander, a 3-time Kiwi motorsport champion.
The New Zealand-based multi-asset brokerage will sponsor Alexander in the 2021 GT3 Endurance series. According to the official announcement, he will compete at one of the most popular and intensely contested motorsport series as a brand ambassador of BlackBull Markets.
“BlackBull Markets will support Tom in the 2021 GT3 Endurance series, one of the most electrifying and hotly contested motorsport series. As a proudly Kiwi company, we are looking forward to Tom displaying his talent on the track as a BlackBull Markets ambassador and a world-class athlete and bringing home another championship in 2021. Partnering with Tom in his pursuit of another championship is a perfect reflection of the synergy between our respective philosophies; To be the best, you have to partner with the best,” BlackBull Markets said in the official announcement.
About BlackBull Markets
Established in 2014, BlackBull Markets is a forex and CFD broker based in Auckland and is authorized by the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA) in 2020. The broker is also registered on the Financial Services Provider Register (FSPR) since 2014.
Beyond New Zealand, they have sought to establish a global presence by opening branch offices recently in Malaysia and in New York, U.S.A.
About Tom Alexander
Meanwhile, Alexander is one of the most successful motorsport personalities in New Zealand. The 26-year-old from Christchurch has won many titles in various motorsport competitions and “is one of NZ’s most successful motorsports competitors”.
“With over one hundred podium finishes, the multi-discipline driver is considered a force of nature on the racecourse. Tom holds championships titles in the ECB SuperUtes Series, the Legends of Speed – Formula Libre, and the Toyota Finance 86 Championship,” the company added.
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