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LIV Golf Staff
Feb 15 2024
- 3 MIN
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Global Corporate Payment Solutions Brand Serving as Official Corporate FX Provider of LIV Golf

London, New York and West Palm Beach, Fla. – LIV Golf has announced Corpay as the Official Corporate FX Provider of LIV Golf. As the global leader in business payments, Corpay’s Cross-Border business will manage LIV Golf’s corporate foreign exchange transactions and deliver innovative solutions that manage currency exposure for international payments.

“The Corpay Cross-Border team is excited to partner with LIV Golf,” said Brad Loder, Vice President, Cross-Border Marketing, Corpay Cross-Border Solutions. “Our team is passionate about partnering with innovative companies like LIV Golf and we are proud to bring our comprehensive cross-border payments and FX risk management solutions to LIV Golf’s innovative, global league.”

Corpay has a detailed history of partnering with prominent sports organizations including the WTA, Watford F.C., AC Milan, and Rugby Australia, among others.Corpay’s award-winning cross-border solutions platform enables LIV Golf’s global business and roster of international athletes the flexibility to manage finances in preferred currencies. With settlement options to more than 200 countries in over 145 currencies, Corpay ensures consistent, timely transactions between international entities.

“Our global league is thrilled to partner with Corpay as the official foreign FX provider for LIV Golf,” said Monica Fee, LIV Golf Senior Vice President and Global Head of Partnerships. “Momentum continues to build as our 2024 season gets underway, and our partnership with Corpay will provide a terrific opportunity to best serve our diverse roster of the world’s best professional golfers.”

The sport’s first truly global league, LIV Golf’s 2024 schedule features 14 events in eight different countries. With offices in London, New York and Florida, LIV Golf’s international roster of star players represents 18 different nationalities, with more than half of the league having played in a Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup. More than a quarter (14) of the league’s field are major champions, with 27 major victories amongst them including reigning Masters Champion Jon Rahm, five-time major champion Brooks Koepka, 2022 Open champion Cameron Smith, six-time major winner and World Golf Hall of Famer Phil Mickelson, two-time major winners Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Martin Keymer, and 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia.

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