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Plymouth secure Bishop Fleming tie up


The Plymouth Raiders have announcrf a new partnership with finance firm Bishop Fleming.

Bishop Fleming will provide ongoing accounting support for the club along with strategic financial advice to the directors as part of the exclusive deal.

Raiders Director, Richard Mollard said, “I’ve personally enjoyed a long relationship with Bishop Fleming, and when it came to securing a financial partner there was no better choice in my opinion.”

“This season is about building strong foundations, on the court and off it, so I’m delighted to be able to count on Bishop Fleming. With their advice, the club’s financial management systems will best support our ambitions to secure the club’s long-term future, so we can start challenging for trophies in years to come.”

“I also know what big sports fans they are, and I look forward to seeing them at games, enjoying the thrills and spills this season will undoubtedly bring, and building a strong partnership that I hope will grow over many years.”

Robert Davey, Partner at Bishop Fleming said: “We are thrilled to be working with the Plymouth Raiders as their exclusive financial partner. Richard and Ross have some very exciting plans for the Raider’s future and we are thrilled to be working closely with them to help them achieve their growth ambitions.

"We take pride in bringing the city together by supporting our local teams. With a great atmosphere and experience at every game, we look forward to the season ahead.”

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