Greg Secker is an English businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, international speaker and author. Educated at the University of Nottingham Greg became a multi-millionaire before his twenties. Greg specializes in and possesses an extensive knowledge surrounding foreign exchange and financial trading. Greg has a motto that states, “I’m not a why guy, I’m a why not guy” and it is this philosophy that he attributes to his continued and substantial success.
Although Greg specializes in finance his studies at the University of Nottingham were focused on agriculture and food sciences where he also built and sold computers. This indirectly led to him meeting a gentleman at a job fair and ultimately developing the Virtual Trading Desk which was the very first currency trading platform based online.
After hanging out around traders during its development his passion for the niche grew and led him to possess an extensive knowledge base surrounding foreign exchange trading strategies.This passion has since led Greg to not only becoming quite successful at an early age but to share this knowledge and help others find their path to doing the same.
Greg’s professional career has been quite extensive since starting with Virtual Trading Desk in 1997. Greg became the Vice President of Foreign Exchange with BNY Mellon in 1999 where he was employed for almost 4.5 years before becoming the founder of Learn to Trade in 2003, the owner of Knowledge to Action Ltd in 2004 and the founder of the Greg Secker Foundation in 2010.
Through the Greg Secker Foundation Greg has helped to improve the quality of life for people around the world by partnering with youth programs focused on leadership, life skills, and education. His foundation also helped to build 100 permanent homes in the Philippines through the “Build a House, Build a Home” project after Typhoon Yolanda. Greg Secker next venture is focused on helping empower the Filipino people and provide them with the resources, knowledge, and tools they need to turn their dreams into reality.