Greg Secker founded Greg Secker Foundation in 2010. Greg contributed overwhelmingly to various community projects globally through the organization. He is also a seasoned financial whiz, author, entrepreneur, and an experienced business speaker. During the outbreak of Iloilo in 2013, Secker took part in housing rehabilitation program. In an initiative dubbed “Build A House, Build A Home,” Greg established the Greg Secker Foundation Village in Lemery where he constructed over 100 homes for the typhoon victims.
Born on February 1975, Greg Secker served as an expert in international education of financial trading as well as a foreign exchange expert. Many years of experience in his career gave him the ability to write various books such as “Trading Your Way to Success” and “Financial Freedom Through Forex” among others. Also, he is the founder of the following companies; FX Capital, SmartCharts and Learn To Trade.
The English businessman was born in Norfolk in England and attended the University of Nottingham in 1997 where he graduated with a degree in Agricultural and Food Sciences. He would then create foreign exchange trading systems at Thomas Cook Financial Services. He then created an online forex trading platform called the Virtual Trading Desk. As a result of the innovation, he was given the British Telecom Award in 1998 for the innovating an e-commerce platform.
Greg Secker learned from financial traders while serving as the Vice President at Mellon Financial Corporation. Even though he became the company’s Vice President at the age of 25, he moved to become a full-time forex trader after he retired in 2003. Greg would then mentor other people on trading skills after he set up a trading floor in his living room.
The non-profit organization the Greg formed in 2010 was primarily aimed at improving the general quality of life of individuals around the globe. More importantly, is the fact that the organization associated with youth’s initiatives to promote leadership and education by providing the necessary tools and skills to the communities. Greg became a board member of the Ambassadors for city philanthropy in 2017. Besides, he featured on the list of Top Influential Philanthropists for 2017.