Greg Secker can do it all. He’s a master trader, entrepreneur, philanthropist, international speaker, and author. He has founded a number of businesses that have been really successful. One of his businesses called Learn to Trade that teaches people all over the world about trading has reached a new level of success. They have branched out with offices in London, South Africa, and Australia. Wanting to give back to the community Greg started a non-profit organization that helps enhance the quality of people’s lives who are less fortunate. He named it The Greg Secker Foundation.
His first job out of college was as Thomas Cook Financial services. Soon after Mr. Secker decided to start his own business a real-time Forex trading platform that was the first of it’s kind. It is also online and he called it The Virtual Trading Desk. As time went on he wanted to continue growing his career so he took on bigger roles. He worked at Mellon Financial Corporation as their Vice President. Greg also worked for a investment bank that made it on the Fortune 500’s list. In these positions he was about to learn the ins and outs of trading, paving the way for Greg to start his own businesses. These businesses have won multiple awards for excellence and education. Greg himself has also won a number of awards for social awareness, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
Professional entrepreneur Greg Secker is one of the top traders in Europe. The well known Englishman started his thriving business Learn to Trade out of his home in just about 3 months. To get a business off the ground in such a limited period of time is pretty impressive. He founded a number of other companies that help better people’s lives with via support, strategy, education, and coaching. These three companies are a inner connected to Knowledge to Action Group, which Greg founded in 2003.
Mr. Greg Secker got his Bachelor of Science in European Studies with Agricultural and Food Sciences at the University of Nottingham. It is located in England. He has also wrote a number of books about financial success. He was a multi-millionaire by his mid-twenties.