Our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy - Learn To Trade

Corporate Social Responsibility

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Learn to Trade actively supports several registered charities, both local and international. Our goal is to help make a difference to the lives and futures of those in need. This is why we actively involve ourselves in initiatives related to education, life skills and leadership. We want to equip communities and those in need with the tools to succeed, enabling them to thrive, because every human deserves the opportunity to fulfil their full potential.

Learn to Trade is a global company with a diverse workforce, made up of multiple ethnicities. The impact and reach of our charitable work span widely, as we promote our employees’ support and contribution to charities of their choice.

Policy Statement

For us at Learn to Trade, corporate social responsibility means operating in an ethical manner and minimising our environmental impact, whilst treating our employees and partners with the utmost respect and playing our part as a responsible corporate entity.

Learn to Trade ensures that the services we offer to clients are conducted to the highest professional and ethical standards. Learn to Trade acts in accordance with all existing legislation, regulations and codes of practice in the regions in which we operate.

Learn to Trade has comprehensive policies covering the conduct of our employees. All employees must signify that they have complied with the terms of the Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics. In addition, all employees must comply with the following policies: Conflicts of Interest, Related Party Transactions and Whistleblowing.

These policies reflect the most stringent applicable regulatory and legal requirements imposed on Learn to Trade and are adopted globally across the business.

Community & The Greg Secker Foundation

All Learn to Trade employees are actively encouraged to support and participate in community activities. By encouraging staff to work with the charities of their choice, rather than charities centrally chosen by the company as a whole, we believe that we can maximise the total charitable effort of our diverse workforce, as well as providing individual members of staff with a greater sense of satisfaction.

Additionally, Learn to Trade founder, Greg Secker, founded the Greg Secker Foundation in 2010. The Greg Secker Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation committed to positively improving the quality of life of people around the world. Focusing on education, life skills and leadership initiatives, the foundation strives to equip communities with the essential emotional and mental tools for success.



Learn to Trade’s employees are at the heart of our success, and we are committed to ensuring that all members of staff experience a working environment that is defined by fairness and respect.

Learn to Trade’s Human Resource Policy at a glance:

  • Rigorous non-discrimination and equal opportunities policies
  • A flexible working policy for employees with child/ adult care responsibilities
  • Extra support for members of staff studying for industry-relevant professional qualifications or memberships
  • Environment

    At Learn to Trade, we aim to minimise our carbon footprint by raising awareness and taking achievable steps to reduce energy output and waste within our offices. As a company, our environmental impact stems from the daily operation of our offices, use of office supplies and transportation.

    Here are just a few of the initiatives we have introduced to counter our environmental impact:

  • Recycling and organic waste bins in kitchen areas
  • Recycling of mobile phones, computers (PC/ laptop), fluorescent lights and batteries
  • Use of energy efficient bulbs and timers/ sensors for office lights
  • Increasing the use of teleconferencing to reduce the need for travel
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