Investec Rugby Sponsorships
Why do we sponsor rugby?
Investec has a long history of sponsoring rugby, we recognise that it takes a skilled team to create an out of the ordinary performance. We share this approach with the sport of rugby through our sponsorship of Super Rugby and The Rugby Championship in New Zealand, and the Investec International Rugby Academy in South Africa.
The game of rugby itself reflects our belief in unwavering teamwork, innovative play, agility and determination, which are at the heart of Investec's culture.
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