Is an Internationally renowned trader and public speaker became a millionaire in his 20's. Having retired as vice-president of leading US asset management firm Mellon Financial Corporation, Secker founded Knowledge to Action, an educational company that teaches ordinary people to develop an immediate income from trading.
With offices in London and Sydney, Australia - Knowledge to Action employs 150 people worldwide. The companies' meteoric success has been recently highlighted in the 2009 National Business Awards as a finalist for growth and innovation. They went on to pick up a prized finalist position in the 2010 London Excellence Awards, and most recently placed in the 2010 Sunday Times Fast Track 100 Awards (Sunday Times initiative co-sponsored by Virgin that recognizes UK's Fastest growing companies), achieving an impressive placing in the top 50, beating stiff competition as a first time entrant.
Greg is regularly called into the media for his expert opinion on market direction. He has spoken on most major market channels including CNBC and Bloomberg. Now an internationally recognized speaker, Greg is regularly invited to speak alongside renowned personalities such as Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad), T Harv Eker (Secrets of the Millionaire Mind), Anthony Robbins (Unlimited Power, Wealth Mastery) and Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wallstreet). In 2009 Greg shared the stage with Tony Blair (Prime Minister, Great Britain 1997-2007) at The National Achievers Congress in Asia and in 2010 Greg spoke along side a dozen 'Success All-Stars' including Anthony Robbins and Richard Branson at Ultimate Success Summit in Sydney receiving a standing ovation for his powerful performance.
Greg has long been personally committed to use his success to make a difference and is excited to have such a great team to help build a compelling future for those who need it most.
South African born, Katherine Scott is the founder and director of The
Knowledge to Action Foundation, which she started with her partner, Greg
Secker, in 2010. The Foundation focuses on helping children's charities such as
Barnardo's and The Ubuntu Education Fund with a strong focus on youth
education. In their first year alone the foundation raised over £160,000
through their Flying Trader Project.
Katherine has spent many years fundraising for various charities, in
particular she has devoted much of her time to The Ubuntu Education Fund in
South Africa for which she heads the advisory board in London. Katherine sits
on the gala committee; getting big names involved and raising money for 40,000
disadvantaged and HIV positive children in South Africa. The annual
star-studded gala dinners in London and New York raise money for life-saving
health services and vital educational resources for the children. Returning
every year to visit the kids in the townships, Katherine has also toured with
Richard Branson visiting the Virgin Unite projects in South Africa. Working
Virgin Unite team, Katherine is a regular contributor to The Independent,
writing a popular blog on charitable giving and fundraising.
Katherine oversees the running of The Knowledge to Action Youth Leadership
Summit, a powerful 6 day camp that brings together the world's best speakers
and coaches to empower the lives of young people. The foundation puts the event
together and sponsors two hundred 14-17 year olds to attend.
In 2009 Katherine joined the honoured ranks of The Sorority Club as a
founding member. The Sorority is London's exclusive networking platform for
iconic inspirational women from around the world. Members include
businesswomen, entrepreneurs, leaders and pioneers and aims to bring together
the females of the future. The club is a family of trusted individuals, created
to foster collaboration in all areas of life including opening doors for new