If you currently trade the financial markets, simply open a FXCM account via Club Rebate, and every time you trade you will be making a contribution to Leyton Orient FC.
Club Rebate have recognised that not all football clubs are awash with money, and via this Partnership, you can help raise money for the club to reinvest in to Russell’s playing budget. We aren't asking anybody new to start trading with the promise of vast wealth(!), but if you already trade the markets, simply switch to FXCM via Club Rebate and continue with what you are already doing!
Club Rebate is FCA regulated, and the FXCM group was founded in 1999 and was the first foreign exchange broker to list on the New York Stock Exchange. The partnership will not only allow you to help raise funds for Leyton Orient FC but you will have the benefit of working with a market leading global brokerage for FX, CFDs and Spread Betting.
Earn For Your Club
Every time you trade with Club Rebate, you will earn contribution payments to your chosen team. Club Rebate has agreed a payment structure that allows your club to benefit from your trading.
Leyton Orient Chairman, Barry Hearn, commented, "We're delighted to be working with Club Rebate and FXCM to offer fans of the club a unique way to trade on the FX and CFD markets and contribute back to help raise money for the club to reinvest in to Russell’s playing budget. It's easy to do and is a great way for fans to contribute to the O's simply by continuing to trade the financial markets as they normally do but through Club Rebate."
Gareth Farrelly, ex Aston Villa player and Director of Club Rebate, added, "The Club Rebate process is a simple but effective way for the Club supporters to make a contribution to Leyton Orient FC by continuing to trade as they normally do."
If you would like to know more about how you can benefit from this unique Partnership, please visit www.clubrebate.co.uk
for more information.
Club Rebate is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Firm Reference Number 605735.
Remember, trading currency/CFD's may result in a loss of some or all of your deposited funds, therefore may not be suitable for all investors.