Mana Global and the Pho3nix Foundation today are pleased to announce WealthConnect™ as the Official Financial Services Technology of the Pho3nix Sub7 and Sub8 Project, Powered By Zwift.
Pioneered by revolutionary financial services provider Creativemass, WealthConnect™ is the world’s first all-in-one professional and consumer platform for wealth and financial management. The partnership between Pho3nix and WealthConnect™ is driven by their shared values and objective to providing people better opportunities in life, whether in sport or in financial performance.
“The aim to ‘Defy The Impossible’ resonates deeply with our philosophy,” says Michael Rouse, Founder and CEO of WealthConnect.
“At WealthConnect we believe that the right to financial products and services should be accessible for everyone to achieve success — no matter age, race, gender, creed, or socio-economic status. With the Pho3nix Foundation, the goal is to create opportunities in order to support athletes in the attempt to achieve peak physical performance, and that is why the Pho3nix Sub7 and Sub8 Project was created. The Pho3nix Foundation works on reducing barriers to opportunities in sport, getting kids active, and giving back to communities.
“We see a valuable alignment in this partnership, as we have a common goal centred around helping people. WealthConnect is proud to be associated with such a ground-breaking and bold endeavour.”
Phoenix Foundation board member and MANA Global CEO Chris McCormack says, “What we are asking our athletes to do is something previously thought impossible, and the same can be said for how WealthConnect empowers people to take ownership of their financial decisions and do what they previously thought was unattainable. We welcome the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with WealthConnect and bring its powerful yet affordable wealth management solutions to the Pho3nix Sub7 and Sub8 Project audience.”
Set for the 5th of June 2022 at the Dekra Lausitzring in Germany, the Pho3nix Sub7 and Sub8 Project, Powered by Zwift will see triathlon champions Alistair Brownlee, Kristian Blummenfelt, Nicola Spirig, and Kat Matthews attempt to break seven hours for men and eight hours for women over the full distance of triathlon.