GETTING TO KNOW GREG
Entrepreneur, philanthropist and international speaker. Greg also owns Learn to Trade, SmartCharts Software, Capital Index, and founded The Greg Secker Foundation. A not-for-profit organization dedicated to making a positive difference to the lives’ of people and communities around the world.
By his twenties Greg was a multi-millionaire and has gone on to create and run one of Europe’s most successful trading companies. That blazed a trail for people from all walks of life to take a step closer to financial freedom. Greg is proud to own Europe’s top trader coaching company and is passionate about helping people learn how to meet their true potential.
THE STORY BEHIND
Greg is frequently asked for his expert opinion on market direction. He’s spoken on CNBC, Bloomberg, and others. As an internationally recognized speaker he also speaks alongside other successful personalities such as Sir Richard Branson, Robert Kiyosaki, Dr De Martini, Anthony Robbins and many more.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Success so early in his life means Greg is always looking for ways to give back. He’s supported many charity initiatives including the Royal Prince’s causes, Tusk and the Child Bereavement Trust.
In 2011 The Greg Secker Foundation was formed, committed to positively improving the quality of life for people around the world. Focusing on education, life skills and leadership to better equip people less fortunate.
The Foundation is busy changing lives. With activities such as The Christmas Basket Brigade, Youth Leadership Summit, Early Childhood Development Program, Flying Trader Project, Starkey Hearing Foundation and Global Tradeathons.
The Greg Secker Foundation has also worked with Sir Richard Branson alongside Virgin Unite and built a new crèche in rural South Africa – where it was desperately needed.
Most recently Greg went to the Philippines to help with a Foundation project rebuilding homes hit by typhoons. In 2016 Greg and his team will be building an entire village of 100 homes as well as facilities in Lemery. The ambitious ‘Build House, Build a Home’ project will provide access to education and life skills training to help create a sustainable community.