Greg Secker is an English entrepreneur Who has extensive knowledge in forex trading. The businessman was featured in an article that appeared in the CEOCFO Magazine. He started by talking about his philosophy of trying something first and then thinking about it later. Secker said that he believed that one should say yes to things and then work on the details as they go along. Secker said that his appointment to the Board of Ambassadors for City Philanthropy was in line with his philanthropy goals. He explained that the position allowed him to be involved in the different causes around the United Kingdom. Secker added that he wanted more entrepreneurs to participate in philanthropy.
Greg Secker said that the ultimate goal was to integrate philanthropy into the core model of businesses so that more of them give to charity. Secker noted that business should be about making a difference and not profits alone. Secker said that his next goal was to help the people in the Philippines. He gave an example of when he gives talks there and feels like they have low confidence in their abilities. He added that this might be because they have been looked down upon in the past. He said that he was thinking of developing a program that can show them they can do more. Secker wants to empower them by offering life skills teachings.
Secker studied agriculture and food sciences at the University of Nottingham. He started his career as a trading technologist at Thomas Cook Financial Services. His work at the company led to the development of the Virtual Trading Desk. He decided to retire from working to become a forex trader in 2003. Secker has been successful on this side, and he has hosted seminars around the world. He has written several books including “Trading Your Way to Success” and “Financial Freedom through Forex.” He has started many companies including SmartCharts Software, Capital Index, and Learn to Trade. Secker has been involved with philanthropy through The Greg Secker Foundation. He was named as one of the most influential philanthropists and social entrepreneurs this year.