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The Forex Trader Investor and Speaker, Greg Secker

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

Greg Secker was born and raised in Norfork, England. He went to the University of Nottingham and did Agricultural and Food Sciences in 1997. He went on to become a trading technologist at Thomas Cook Financial Services in the 90s. When he was working there, he started the foreign exchange trading systems that earned him the British Telecom Award that he was given in 1998 for his innovation in e-commerce. He invented the Virtual Trading Desk in online forex trading, and the award was recognizing him for that.

When he was 25 years old, Greg was promoted, and he became the Vice-President of Mellom Financial Corporation. In 2003 he got out of the company to become a full-time forex trader. At his house, he opened a trading floor that he could do business in. People interested in forex trading were mentored at his house, and this was when he founded the Knowledge to Action Group.

Seminars on financial trading were started by his company in 2008. He had public workshops and speeches in many countries in all continents. Secker traveled to countries like Australia, Ghana, New Zealand, Philippines and many other nations. Many people in 2010 started following him for his public speaking lessons on the forex trade.

Greg Secker views the business as having a low risk. He hosted the National Achievers Congress in 2011 which was held at the Excel London Exhibition Centre. He has made contributions to enhance the forex trade in Africa by holding summits and talks in Ghana and South Africa. Secker was recognized as an Outstanding Individual Corporate Leader at Learn to Trade. National CSR was the company that noted him for this.

As a generous individual, he has come up with a foundation called The Greg Secker Foundation. It has objectives of improving the people’s quality of life. His company partners with the youth groups so as to lift their level of education and teach them leadership skills that they will be able to right and wrong decisions. He was included in the list of 200 Most Influential Philanthropist and Social Entrepreneurs this year.