Greg Secker is a master trader, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and a well-known international speaker. By the time he was in his twenties, Greg was a multi-millionaire owning and running the most successful companies in England. Mr. Secker owns Capital Index, Learn to Trade, and SmartCharts Software. In addition, he is the founder of a non-profit called The Greg Secker Foundation that aims at improving the lives of the communities.
Greg Secker’s Career Background
Greg began his career at Thomas Cook Financial services. Afterward, he shifted towards the foreign exchange industry where he successfully managed a new business brand entitled the VTD( Virtual Trading Desk). VTD is a real-time and online Forex trading platform that allows customers to have large foreign exchange activities and transactions.
At the age of 25, his career had quickly soared, and he landed himself a VP position at Mellon Financial Corporation in the United States. During this period, he was exposed to some of the best worldwide traders, and as a result, he set up his own company, Learn to Trade within a span of three months. Over the past thirteen years, over 200,000 people have attended trading workshops and seminars that have been held by Greg Secker across the world. The public learn how to produce a replacement or second income by trading the currency and stock markets. Greg Secker has offices that are operational in London, Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Sydney. In 2010, he was a finalist in London Excellence Awards and his company Learn to Trade was positioned at the 49th place in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 Awards.
Greg Secker-International Speaker and Philanthropist
Greg regularly gets invitations from the media and market channels to give his expert opinion on the trading platform. He is recognized as an international speaker who speaks alongside personalities such as Anthony Robbins, Richard Branson, Dr. De Martini, and Robert Kiyosaki. Greg has a track record of supporting various initiatives for charity like the Royal Princes as well as Tusk and the Child Bereavement Trust.
In 2011, The Greg Secker Foundation was established to focus on life skill, education, and leadership initiatives that improve the people’s quality of life. Greg Secker’s Foundation works together with Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Unite. The result is the construction of a new crèche in one of South Africa’s the rural villages.