Although Greg Secker graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture and Food Sciences he found his true calling in the world of finance. The high level of competition in the financial services industry requires a results-oriented narrowly focused mindset in order to achieve a modicum of success. Greg Secker is a financial professional with an enterprising mindset. He understands that knowledge is power so he took advantage of every opportunity for growth during his career.
Greg Secker became a master of foreign exchange trading. He spearheaded the creation, launch, and operations of the Virtual Trading Desk™ (VTD), “the first online real-time Forex trading platform.” He served as the Vice President at one of the world’s largest international financial services firms, the Mellon Financial Corporation. In 2003 he made the decision to retire from Mellon Financial Corporation to embark upon his own unique entrepreneurial venture.
In 2003, Greg Secker founded the award-winning Knowledge to Action Group, a conglomerate of distinct business entities offering a multi-pronged approach to empower individuals financially and improve the quality of their living. Knowledge to Action Group is an all in one vehicle through which Greg Secker shares strategies and knowledge to promote a pathway to prosperity in the foreign exchange trading market. Motivational seminars help to facilitate personal growth maintain a well-rounded lifestyle. It provides in-depth teaching utilizing proven trading, investment, and brokering strategies designed to increase the odds of success. It makes available easy to use innovative software products and processes for individuals new to the Forex trading world.
In 2010, Greg Secker established a not-for-profit philanthropic organization that bears his name. The Greg Secker Foundation provides “educational opportunities, life skills training, and youth leadership initiatives.” In addition, the foundation sponsors programs to meet the basic nutritional, housing, needs of struggling families and those affected by natural disasters. The goal is to implement stabilizing changes that equip individuals, families, and communities to thrive.