Greg Secker is a philanthropist and an international speaker. It is, however, his keen interest in entrepreneurship that has given him the success he has today. Greg attained the millionaire status while in his twenties, and he has kept on growing and achieving success.
Greg is talented in many different business sectors, but it is his in-depth knowledge in foreign exchange that has termed him an expert. He has attracted attention both from the local and international media stations for his contribution in the stock market. Greg’s work in stocks began in the mid-1990s. He worked as a trading specialist at the Thomas Cook Financial Company. In this position, he was involved with the development of trading systems. In 1998, Greg was honored by the British Telecom Award for his innovation in developing the Virtual Trading Center.
Secker became a Vice President of the Mellon Financial Corporation at the age of 25 years. In 2003, he retired from the Company to become a full-time trader. It was at that time that he decided to mentor people on stock trading and providing them with knowledge and skills. As a result, Greg founded the Knowledge to Action Group. As of 2008, the Company was hosting foreign exchange and trading seminars in different countries including Ghana, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines. The Company was a finalist at the National Business Awards held in 2009.
After founding the Greg Secker Foundation in 2010, he has been involved in different philanthropic activities. The Foundation seeks to improve the quality of the people in the world. Greg has partnered with other Youth related organization to improve education and provide the young people with life skills. Due to his charity work, Greg was appointed a member of the City Philanthropy Board of Ambassadors. Greg has been termed as one of the most influential people in the world.
Secker has been called upon to offer his opinion on the state of the Market. He has spoken in numerous channels including Bloomberg. Greg has shared a stage with renowned speakers like Anthony Robbins, Tony Blair, and Robert Kiyosaki.