Mobilize Financial Services becomes Official Partner of the Pink Rockets and Official Supplier of the Stade Français Paris Rugby. The Renault Group subsidiary and automotive captive of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance brands will support the men's and women's teams of the Stade Français Paris rugby for the next two sports seasons.

As part of this agreement, marketing activities and communication actions will be carried out throughout the season: visibility of the company's logo on the Pink Rockets' team uniforms and in the Jean Bouin stadium and presence on social networks. Since both partners place the well-being of their teams at the heart of their strategy, exchanges of best practices on talent management and the promotion of diversity will be organized.

Mobilize Financial Services offers increasingly customized solutions to facilitate access to greener and more sustainable mobility for all, in line with its purpose. Besides promoting its innovative services such as Switch Car or Mobilize Visa Card to facilitate access to electric vehicles, Mobilize Financial Services is committed to facilitating access to electric mobility for Pink Rockets to optimize their daily life.

Thomas Lombard, CEO of Stade Français Paris rugby, said: "We are delighted about this new partnership with a brand that shares our values and our vision for the future. This collaboration will enable us to support our women's section, the Pink Rockets, in achieving its objectives, thanks to new mobility opportunities that will facilitate the daily life of these high-level sportswomen, while protecting the environment."

Clotilde Delbos, CEO of Mobilize: "Mobilize Financial Services supports men's and women's rugby, a sport that particularly resonates with the values of our group and our purpose to build sustainable mobility for all. We are very proud to be able to support the Stade Français Paris rugby and the Pink Rockets on these issues and to promote our innovative services to facilitate access to greener mobility. We wish these two talented teams all the best for the 2022-2023 season!"

This collaboration marks a new step forward for the Stade Français Paris Rugby, which has included environmental protection and the development of women's rugby in its CSR policy.

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about Mobilize Financial Services

As a partner caring for all its customers, Mobilize Financial Services builds innovative financial services to create sustainable mobility for all. A subsidiary of the Renault Group whose activity started almost 100 years ago, Mobilize Financial Services is the commercial brand of RCI Banque SA, a French Bank specializing in automotive financing and services for Alliance customers and dealers.

With operations in 36 countries and nearly 4,000 employees, the group financed over 1.4 million contracts (new and used vehicles) in 2021 and sold 4.7 million services. At end 2021, average performing assets stood at €44.8 billion in financing and pre-tax income at 1,194 million. In France, Mobilize Financial Services, which has more than 1,110 employees, financed nearly 408,000 contracts (new and used vehicles) in 2021 and sold more than 1.2 million services.

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about Stade Français Paris Rugby

The club was formed in May 1995 by the merger of the rugby sections of two Parisian sports clubs, the Stade Français Rugby and the CASG, both of which were playing in the French Group B Championship. The Stade Français Rugby was founded in 1883 by students in the Quartier Latin at the café "Le Procope". On 20 March 1892, the players of the Stade Français Rugby played against those of Racing in the first final of the French Championship on the Bagatelle grounds. Refereed by Pierre de Coubertin, this first final, which was narrowly lost (4-3), preceded the club's first three titles (1893, 1894, 1895). With many internationals in its ranks, the Stade Français Rugby won a total of eight national titles between 1893 and 1908, playing a major role in the introduction and spread of the sport. CASG, founded in 1903 and winner of the Challenge de l'Essor in 1993, has had many internationals in its ranks at almost every stage. Bernard Laporte (French Champion with Bègles-Bordeaux in 1991), who arrived in May 1995, took over the reins of the professional group and built up a group of experienced and determined players. The good results following his appointment correspond to the 1995-96 season. Today, the Stade Français Paris Rugby has fourteen French Championship titles and one European Championship title to its credit, making it the most successful French club after the Stade Toulousain.

The entire history of the club in pictures on, Facebook and Twitter @SFParisRugby.