Greg Secker is passionate about helping other people improve their lives, a trait that resonates across all his ventures. He is committed to educating, coaching, and supporting others in a bid to lift them up to a higher level. He is renowned world over as a forex trade expert, entrepreneur, international speaker and a generous philanthropist.
Greg Secker started his career in the financial industry working for Thomas Cook Financial Services. He soon left to join forex trading sector which he started by creating an online trading arena, Virtue Trading Desk. This platform was the first in the industry to operate in real-time. He then got a chance to work with master traders after he landed an opportunity at Mellon Financial Corporation. He was engaged as the firm’s Vice President. The platform was ideal for him to grow his skills in forex trading and investments which prepared him well to run his own company. He left to start his venture Learn to Trade which he uses to teach people how to trade. The venture that started from his home has since grown to have offices in other parts of the world including Manila, South Africa, and Sydney. Greg continued his interests in trading and investments where he founded other companies including Smartcharts Software, Capital Index, and FX Capital. He operates all his businesses under the conglomerate Knowledge to Action Group.
Greg Secker’s commitment to inspire others laid a foundation for him to be a motivational speaker. He is currently renowned internationally and has appeared on many stages alongside to influential individuals such as Robert Kiyosaki and T Harv Eker among others. He has also been featured by major media outlets such as CNBC. Greg shows his generosity through the Greg Secker Foundation.
About Greg Secker
Greg Secker excelled in forex trading and investments despite training in a completely different course. He is a former student of the University of Nottingham where he studied Agricultural and Food Sciences.
Greg Secker’s efforts have been recognized far and wide. This year, he was a finalist in the National CSR Awards. Richtopia named him as one of the 200 Most Influential Philanthropists & Social Entrepreneurs this year.