The partnership will focus on driving innovation for electric vehicle production, promoting gender equality and putting a spotlight on climate change.
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Vantage stated that its corporate ESG journey was driven by the passion demonstrated by its employees to make the world a better place. Its employees in different regions have been implementing localised ESG projects for their local community for years, from volunteer work and donations to fundraising and education.
Its ESG initiative will formalise their efforts, provide additional support and coordination and allow teams to share resources and ideas to maximise impact.
The company will also begin several other ESG programmes, including a global blood donation drive, fundraising for refugees and supporting free financial education initiatives in emerging markets to improve financial literacy and boost financial independence.
A five guiding principles list has been created and Vantage has appointed an ESG ambassador to coordinate the programme.
Vantage ESG Ambassador Sofiia Starchevska said, “For us, ESG is more than just a framework or an opportunity that companies and investors can jump on. Everyone has a responsibility to contribute to the world we live in in a positive way.
“We aim to make ESG a part of our daily lives by giving our employees the opportunity to contribute to ESG projects, and ultimately give back to the communities they live in.”
This marks their first collaboration together.
Earlier this week, Singapore-based United Overseas Bank (UOB), a leading bank in Asia, launched its Green and Sustainable Deposits solution for corporate and institutional clients, which is the first of its type in the country.
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