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Hammers find new finance partner

West Ham have partnered with YIELD app, a financial technology company that will become the club’s official wealth management partner.

That is according to Investing.com, with the fledgling company signing an agreement with the Hammers.

YIELD is designed to allow its users to invest in digital assets, a practice that can yield huge profits for the customers.

The company launched in April and has already been managing assets worth up to $400 million.

The partnership will allow YIELD users to win hospitality tickets at the London Stadium, with competitions set to run throughout the year.

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The Hammers’ commercial director, Nathan Thompson, has revealed that the partnership is designed to provide access to, and education of, investment opportunities for Irons fans, hopefully putting a bit more dough in our pockets!

YIELD will not see their logo on Hammers shirts, but expect to see a fair bit of advertising around the London Stadium in the next few months.

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

2 comments on “Hammers find new finance partner

  1. Hmm… “YIELD is designed to allow its users to invest in digital assets, a practice that can yield huge profits for the customers.”

    And could also lead to huge losses! Who would trust WHUFC to choose a trusted partner given how many previous partners have gone bust!

  2. Interestingly, or rather worryingly, Yield.App is operated by Mwali international business corporations holding a restricted banking license and trust management license issued by the Mwali International Services Authority.” In case you didn’t know, Mwali is the smallest island of the Comoros archipelago. Now I’m sure you all feel your money will be well regulated!

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