“We're thrilled Pepper Money is again keen to be aligned with our club because it shows the partnership is working,” said Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe.
“There is a very close fit geographically between our catchment areas, and like Wests Tigers, Pepper Money shares a strong vision for women in sport.
"Our two business are also closely aligned on key values of teamwork excellence and respect."
Mario Rehayem, the CEO of Paper Money, spoke about the partnership between the company and the NRL club as Benji Marshall, Brett Kimmorley, and club legend John Skandalis joined him at Sydney HQ for the announcement.
"The renewed partnership reaffirms Pepper Money's commitment to helping people succeed and fostering a sense of pride among fans.
“Our partnership also aims to provide an opportunity to help educate a broader audience about non-banks and the options and opportunities we can deliver for Australians that get turned down by traditional lenders.
“We are both passionate about the community across Sydney's Inner West and South-West, and like Wests Tigers, we share a strong vision to see this community make their dreams real.”