Swissquote Bank, an online banking service, has unveiled a new promotional video featuring three Manchester United players.
The video which carries the title ‘Wins are Decisions’ promotes the importance of making good decisions in order to accomplish desired results. Three Manchester United players who appear in the video are David De Gea, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford.
What does the video show?
The video was arranged in reverse chronological order, and begins with a spectacular goal by Marcus Rashford. It then shifts backward in time to show how the players reached that point in time through the decisions they made in the past.
“Empowering private traders to make the right decisions has always been an essential part of Swissquote’s business. We wanted to leverage our partnership with Manchester United to create an inspirational video showcasing the importance of decision-making,” said Marc Burki, CEO of Swissquote.
Swissquote first collaborated with Manchester United in 2015, which made it the first global forex and online financial trading brokerage to partner with the football club. A year later, the parties expanded their partnership in a new deal, after Swissquote obtained a license from FCA.
Four new cryptocurrencies
Another novelty from Swissquote is the addition of four more cryptocurrencies to its trading platform – Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ripple, and Ether. Bitcoin trading was the company’s first step into the world of cryptocurrency trading.
All five cryptocurrencies will be tradable against the euro and US dollar.
“Our Bitcoin trading offer and certificate have been a big success and exceeded our expectations. We are expanding our offer to help investors diversify in cryptocurrencies, just like they do in traditional securities. Cryptocurrencies are increasingly popular, more quickly than anyone expected. By offering them on our platform, investing in cryptocurrencies becomes simpler, safer and accessible to all,” said Mr. Burki.
The minimum transaction amount is 5 USD or EUR and the maximum cap is 500,000 USD or EUR.
You can see the video below: