Vantage and NEOM McLaren Extreme E make a splash for ESG at Finance Magnates London Summit 2022
London, 22 November: International multi-asset broker, Vantage (also known as “Vantage Markets”), is pleased to announce its participation and sponsorship of the Finance Magnates London Summit for the second year running, with a renewed push for ESG.
This year, Vantage was accompanied by its partner NEOM McLaren Extreme E to exhibit the fully electric SUV – named ODYSSEY 21 – at Old Billingsgate in London, next to the outdoor gazebo.
At the same time, Vantage launched its UK-based liquidity service Vantage Connect during the summit, with a stunning new look that is befitting of the institutional brand.
The exhibition is a culmination of Vantage’s efforts in the ESG space. The company has partnered with NEOM McLaren Extreme E in a Blue Carbon initiative, leveraging on renowned digital media publisher Supercar Blondie to raise awareness on climate change and gender equality.
The group has also collaborated with UNHCR for a dollar-for-dollar fund raising event for refugees, worked with Red Cross for a global blood donation drive, and partnered with UNESCO to support its education initiatives in India.
These ESG initiatives and more were part of the discussion at the London Summit. Vantage’s UK CEO, David Shayer, was joined by Kim Wilson, Director of Sustainability, McLaren Racing, to speak at the ESG-focused panel “Fintech for Good: Social Impact & Innovation in Fintech”, which was held at 2 pm at the Centre Stage.
Shayer also spoke more about the significance of Vantage Connect in a volatile market at the panel discussion “Risk Management for Turbulent Times”, which was held at 12.30 pm at the Innovate Stage.
“We are pleased to join Finance Magnates once again on such a key event. This has been a very exciting year for Vantage, starting from our partnership with NEOM McLaren Extreme E, to the launch of VSocial and Vantage Connect. Our business has evolved to be more in tuned with the needs of our retail and institutional clients, and we are proud to be part of an organisation that makes care our main currency,” said Shayer.