Financial Expert and Humanitarian-Greg Secker
Recently the CEO/CFO magazine conducted an interview with Greg Secker and this is how the interview went about; CEO/CFO senior editor asked Greg about him being a “why not guy and not a why guy”, and according to Mr. Secker that has always been her philosophy. Secker confessed that he is the type of person who always says things which he later figures out. This is not different with what he is doing with Flying Trader Initiative where he said many people asked why he was doing it and the first question that came to his mind was why not. He wanted to give people money and help the needy as he teaches them how to trade and that they can trade anywhere, and anytime.
Another interesting question asked by the magazine was how Greg Secker changed into the finance industry yet he studied Agriculture at the University. Mr. Greg said that how he switched careers was interesting. At the University he was also selling and constructing computers and the job gave him an opportunity to learn more in the world of computers and he achieved a lot among them constructing a 3D interactive model of the fluid dynamics of a follicle. He later joined Thomas Cook Financial services and it is there that he was introduced to financial trading.
Greg Secker is a successful entrepreneur who is also an expert in the Foreign Exchange market. Greg is not a business person but he has many other titles including; a motivational speaker, humanitarian, trader, and entrepreneur. His trading and business skills were gained while he was still young. Greg loved to do things with his hands, and while still studying at the University of Nottingham built and sold computers. Mr. Secker began his career serving as a technologist at the Thomas Cook Financial Services. At the financial institution, Greg learned about Forex trade and he used his knowledge and experience to teach and help others. He is also a writer and has published several books, and a philanthropist who helps the community through his non-profit organization; the Greg Secker Foundation which was established in 2010.