MultiBank Group has been named as the Official Partner of BMW M Motorsport for the third consecutive year. The two industry giants began their collaboration at the Macau Grand Prix in 2019 and have enjoyed putting pedal to the metal across multiple countries, terrains, and weather conditions.
Established in 2005, MultiBank Group has become one of the largest financial derivatives providers in the world with a paid-up capital of over $322 million. Supervised by over 10 regulators across multiple jurisdictions, the MultiBank Group services over 320,000 clients from over 20 offices across the world. A comprehensive product offering of over 20,000 products across six asset classes including Forex, Metals, Shares, Indices, Commodities and Cryptocurrencies.
MultiBank Group is expanding into the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Their first stride into this space is the highly anticipated launch of their regulated digital asset exchange, MultiBank.io, and their native ecosystem coin listing mid-year 2022. The first and second private rounds of the Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) have closed successfully, and with the remaining third private round and mega public round approaching in the coming weeks in conjunction with the immense project roll-out plan, it is envisaged that this entire project will have a market cap of US$40 billion.
BMW M Motorsport
The three new drivers to take control of the BMW M4 GT3 beauty include Max Hesse, Dan Harper and Neil Verhagen. They drive for ROWE Racing in the Endurance Cup of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe set to begin in Italy and move through France, Belgium, Germany and finally Spain, over the course of seven months.
“We are inspired by the new blood behind the M TwinPower Turbo with 590 hp and energized by the new liveries and incredible teams making it all happen, MultiBank Group wishes the team a safe and exhilarating season opener at Imola, Italy and for the successive races of the challenge,” said Naser Taher, Chairman of the MultiBank Group.
About the BMW M4 GT3
With the BMW M4 GT3, the BMW M Motorsport product range has had a new figurehead since the start of the 2022 season. The new GT3 car succeeds the BMW M6 GT3 and offers BMW M Motorsport teams and drivers all over the world the opportunity to challenge for victories and titles in a GT3 model based on the latest generation of BMW M4.
The biggest improvements compared to the BMW M6 GT3, are in three areas: drivability, cost efficiency and operation. The BMW M4 GT3’s handling and cockpit equipment are more comfortable for amateur drivers, while the car is easier on the tyres and offers greater consistency. Far lower lifecycle costs and longer maintenance intervals for the engine and transmission are vital economic factors. The new BMW M4 Competition provides the perfect basis for the new top model from BMW M Motorsport (fuel consumption (combined): 9.8 l/100 km acc. WLTP; combined CO2 emissions: 224 – 223 g/km acc. WLTP), whose engine was designed from the outset for use at the racetrack. This underlines how road car and race car development always go hand in hand at BMW M GmbH.