The Western Sydney Wanderers are pleased to announce Centuria Capital Group as the club’s Co-Major Partner for the 2018/19 season.
Centuria is an ASX–listed investment manager specialising in listed and unlisted property funds and tax effective investment funds.
Based in Sydney for over 20-years, Centuria is a leader in property investment and wealth management.
Centuria will feature on the front of the Wanderers Hyundai A-League home jersey, sleeve of the Wanderers Westfield W-League jersey and back-of-shirt for the Wanderers Foxtel Y-League and Academy jerseys for the 2018/19 season.
Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said the partnership was a milestone for the club with Centuria adding significantly to the Wanderers corporate family.
“Centuria are a fantastic partner and one that adds significant weight to our corporate family,” said Tsatsimas.
“Their accomplishments speak volumes for their success as a business and their values in social responsibility parallel our own.
“Centuria have committed to not only supporting this club in a corporate capacity, but are also dedicated to aligning with a number of joint corporate social responsibility initiatives, continuing their on-going role as a socially conscious member of the Western Sydney community.”
Centuria believes that it is increasingly important for businesses, managers, shareholders, investors and employees to be aware that economic growth is linked to social and environmental well-being.
As such, Centuria is committed to fostering positive relationships with the society in which they operate and to make a positive contribution to the community.
Centuria Capital Group Chairman Garry Charny said the partnership stretching across the Wanderers women and youth programmes was an important element to the partnership.
“Centuria has an extensive property exposure in the greater Sydney region, in particular in metropolitan markets. Western Sydney is one of the region’s fastest growing precincts and as a group we have a corporate philosophy of supporting our local communities,” said Charny.
“Centuria’s core criteria are championing youth development, encouraging youth in sport and supporting gender diversity and equality in all areas. We are actively looking for opportunities to discharge our community obligations as a corporate and in a manner that meets these criteria.
“The Wanderers youth and women’s programmes are second to none and deserved of Centuria’s participation. We are particularly proud to support the Wanderers Westfield W-League team.”