Vantage Markets, in collaboration with UNESCO New Delhi, launched an initiative to increase the accessibility of education for those who need it most.

Australia-based global forex and CFD broker, Vantage Markets, envisions leveraging its financial and technological expertise to provide support for education initiatives in India. Vantage Markets wants to increase the accessibility of education for those who need it most.

To that end, the international multi-asset trading platform has partnered with UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) as a way of realizing its social commitment to strengthening educational opportunities in emerging markets such as India.

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Through this partnership, Vantage Markets supports the "State of the Education Report for India, 2022 – Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education", which covers a number of issues related to the intersection of AI and education, including the potential of artificial intelligence to empower teachers and improve understanding of the learning process up to towards financial inclusion.

Eric Falt, UNESCO Director and Representative for Bhutan, India, Maldives, and Sri Lanka, said AI will continue to exist. With the advent of ICT and digital banking platforms, AI has made financial inclusion a reality in India. Education and financial skills are key to improving the economic and social well-being of people, especially women. Therefore, UNESCO is very pleased to partner with Vantage Markets which shares the same commitment.

Marc Despallieres, Chief Strategy & Trading Officer at Vantage Markets, said, "Our global footprint and presence in emerging markets has provided us with a unique perspective into the issues faced by our communities. We aim to foster a long-term, strategic partnership with UNESCO that rests on the foundations of our shared values – inclusion and equity. As a financial services provider, lending our support towards emerging technological developments in education, such as on AI in education and on digital literacy initiatives to students and learners in India, was a natural first step to take on this education journey."