Greg Secker is an English entrepreneur and was born on 18 February 1975. Mr. Secker is recognized for his prowess in the foreign exchange field and also has adequate knowledge when it comes to matters pertaining education on financial trading. Secker passed through the formal system of education where he attended the University of Nottingham and studied Agricultural and food sciences. Greg started his career humbly as just but a mere trading technologist in Thomas Cook. While at Thomas Cook Financial services, Greg Secker developed foreign exchange systems. In 1998, he amused his fellow employees as he created the Virtual Trading Desk which would later earn him a British Telecom Award.
At just 25 years, Greg Secker was appointed as Vice-president Mellon Financial institution. Secker was also a keen follower of philosophy. It is even wiser to say Greg Secker had a passion for philosophy. In 2010, Greg Secker founded the Greg Secker Foundation. The Greg Secker foundation’s main objective was to aid in boosting the quality of lives that people had all around the world. It also made partnerships with some other youthful organizations or movements to ensure the youth can get access to quality education. Later, after the Typhoon Yolanda incident, Greg Secker stepped up and showed just how much he cared for humans.
Greg pioneered the “Build a House, Build a Home” project that was key to aiding the setting up to over 100 homes in Lemery. This is what surely earned him recognition as a member of the board of Ambassadors for City Philanthropy in March 2017. As if not enough, he would later earn a place in the “200 Most Influential Philanthropists and Social Entrepreneurs.” In his recent interview by Lynn Fosse of CEOCFO magazine, Greg Secker sites that the major importance of the Greg Secker Foundation was to equip youths with the appropriate skills to shape up their lives before reaching the age of 30 years. Greg also speaks of the reason he shares his knowledge around the world. He believes that each person is entitled to have access to life-changing tools. He reveals that teaching someone how to make money is giving them the chance to make free choices.