VT Markets seeks charitable causes to allocate millions of dollars

Rick Steves

“Corporate social responsibility isn’t an afterthought for us. It represents our ethos as a brokerage firm that prosperity should extend to communities and the environment”

VT Markets has expanded its corporate social responsibility (CSR) with new sponsorship and donation initiatives in a bid to make a positive impact on the world outside of trading.

The multi-asset broker is actively seeking collaborations with individuals and organizations that share its values of servant leadership and sustainable development.

VT Markets plans to donate millions to education, healthcare, welfare, environment

“We challenge the common misconception that businesses lack empathy or concern for society. Corporate social responsibility isn’t an afterthought for us. It represents our ethos as a brokerage firm that prosperity should extend to communities and the environment”, said a VT Markets spokesperson.

According to VT Markets’ new ESG approach, leadership involves actively engaging with communities and contributing in ways that benefit both the economy and the environment.

Focused on giving back and make a meaningful contribution beyond profit margins, the broker’s sponsorship and donation initiatives aim to empower individuals and organizations striving to improve sectors such as education, healthcare, social welfare, and environmental conservation.

VT Markets’ statement adds that the broker plans to allocate at least one million dollars over the next few years toward its CSR efforts. On that note, the firm encourages organizations and charitable causes across the globe to contact the company’s CSR team to discuss partnership opportunities. The team will evaluate each application and determine how VT Markets can best support the most deserving causes.

VT Markets integrated with TradingView and Acuity’s Signal Centre

In April, VT Markets announced the partnership with TradingView to provide traders with access to the best resources available when making crucial trading decisions. Clients can benefit from TradingView’s comprehensive market research data and advanced financial visualization tools.

TradingView’s multitude of expert tools for traders, such as multiple chart types, customizable technical indicators, drawing tools, and live market updates, will come in handy for VT Markets’ users, who will be able to trade a wide range of assets, such as Forex, Stocks and CFDs, seamlessly on TradingView charts without leaving the VT Markets platform.

VT Markets also deployed Acuity’s Signal Centre into its platform in order to enable its FX and CFD trading clients to benefit from the advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology, design, and multilingual capabilities. The partnership will allow the multi-asset broker’s clients to leverage Signal Centre’s Analysis IQ, which provides users with an experienced trading professionals’ technical view of the markets based on the intraday timeframe.

Ideas are delivered by combining traditional and alternative data sets. The platform’s AI-powered approach ensures a holistic analysis of current market conditions to assist with decision-making. This combination of human-led insights with AI technology enables traders to make better-informed decisions more efficiently.

Acuity Trading provides alpha generating alternative data and highly engaging trading tools using the latest in AI research and technology. Acuity’s team of academics, scientists, news and market professionals are dedicated to delivering highly effective data products that bring value to investors of all levels and experience. Flexible delivery options include APIs, MT4/5, plug and play widgets and third party automation services.

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