Secker is a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist, professional trader as well as an international speaker. He was born on February 18th, 1975 in Norfolk England. As part of his higher education, he studied at the University of Nottingham where he pursued Agricultural and food sciences. While studying, he developed an interest in trade.
His career took a stepping stone in the mid-90s at Thomas Cook Financial Services where he worked as a trading technologist. His expertise in innovation earned him an honorary, British Telecom Award after he created a virtual trading desk for online forex trading.
When he was 25, Greg was given a chance to serve as the Vice President of Mellon Financial Corporation. He interacted with financial traders thus gaining experience in a field that would get him to riches.
He retired from Mellon in 2003 and implemented his skills to become a full-time trader at the comfort of his home. After three months of determination, Greg launched his own company, Learn to Trade. This was his greatest achievement over the time.
As the years passed, Greg’s Company has gained global popularity with offices in London, South Africa, Philippines and Australia. This has enabled more than 200,000 people to access information on trading through workshops and seminars.
Learn to Trade has garnered various prizes among them the Best Educator by World Finance Magazine in 2012 and 2013. It has also been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the UK.
Greg is a great philanthropist. This is because he has been influential to people worldwide by finding solutions to important issues. His efforts of creating awareness were phenomenal.
In 2010, Greg introduced the Greg Secker Foundation to the world. This foundation is non-profit since its core focus was to improve the living standards of people through various programmes such as The Christmas Bucket Brigade.
Greg Secker Foundation also helped in rebuilding home after the Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. This has brought people together by teaching them the art of giving especially to the less fortunate. After all, a friend in need is a friend indeed.