Greg Secker is a renowned forex trader and philanthropist. Additionally, Mr. Secker is a great entrepreneur who is dedicated to improving the lives of people around the world. Through his foundation, Greg Secker promotes life skills and education. Since 2010, the Greg Secker Foundation has been doing extremely well. Mr. Secker began his financial career at Thomas Cook Financial Services. He worked at the company for a short time before launching Virtual Trading Desk. The online company presents facts and real-time figures. Greg Secker later worked at Mellon Financial Corporation and was appointed the company’s vice president. Mellon Financial Corporation provided an opportunity for Greg to work with some of the best traders in the world. After working at Mellon for awhile, Greg decided to start his own trading floor.
About three months after leaving Mellon Financial Corporation, Greg launched Learn to Trade. Presently, Learn to Trade has grown to become a very successful company. Greg Secker has expanded his operations to other countries. His company now has offices in London, Australia, South Africa, and the Philippines. Over 200,000 people have benefited from Greg Secker’s company.
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Greg Secker studied at the University of Nottingham. After leaving Mellon Financial Corporation, Greg Secker created The Knowledge to Action Group, an umbrella that encompasses many of his other companies, including Smart Chart Software, Capital Index, The Greg Secker Foundation, and Learn to Trade. Greg Secker’s companies work jointly to enable people to become better traders and improve their lives.
Greg has won many awards. His company Learn to Trade won the “Best Educator” award back in 2012 and 2013 for the valuable education it provides to people. The company also won the Best Forex Educators in Europe, South Africa, Australia, and U.K. award in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Besides being a great businessman, Greg Secker is also a philanthropist. People around the world have recognized him for his charitable deeds. Earlier this year, Greg Secker became a board member of Ambassadors for City Philanthropy. Moreover, Greg made the list of the most influential social entrepreneurs and philanthropists.