Greg Secker is a Man of Many Hats, Which He Wears With Pride While Exuding Success

Greg Secker is an entrepreneur and a public speaker, with international recognition. He currently resides in London, UK. After completing studies at the University of Nottingham where he pursued a course in Agricultural and Food Sciences, he started working at Thomas Cook Financial Services as a trading technologist. While here, he developed an online trading portal, Virtue Trading Desk, which saw him get the British Telecom Award for innovation in e-commerce. He then moved to Mellon Financial Corporation as the VP where he got the opportunity to work with the major players in Forex trading and consequently learned a lot from them. Using the skills that he had gained, Greg left employment and launched his Forex trading firm, Learn to Trade.

 

International Speaking

 

After the success of his business, Greg started mentoring people on matters relating to Forex trading and that is how he started the Knowledge to Action Group. He has since organized many seminars and workshops in different locations across the globe, including Ghana, Australia, the Philippines, and New Zealand among others. His meetings have so far recorded more than 200,000 attendees. Greg is often invited by organizations and the media to offer his expert advice on market situations. He has since given talks with the world’s well-known personalities like Robert Kiyosaki. Greg has also authored a number of books, such as Trading Your Way to Success and Financial Freedom Through Forex. He also contributed to the book named Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Success.

 

Philanthropy

 

Following the great success that he has achieved, Greg Secker has always strived to give back to the society. This prompted him to start the Greg Secker foundation, which focuses on motivating young people by instilling in them the right knowledge for success. It also helps children across the globe by focusing on education. His foundation was also involved in rebuilding houses for Typhoon Haiyan victims in 2013. The initiative that was dubbed Build a House: Build a Home helped those who were affected in Lemery Village in the Philippines. In the same village, the foundation spotted and helped a girl who needed medical attention due to a tumor, which was growing on her hip.