Albourne Partners Limited is my ex-employer. I was fired a couple of years ago, because, according to them I was no longer willing to comply with the Albourne Partners Limited's Rules. I was threatened with legal action, in the event that I spilled the beans about the Albourne Partners' activities, because under my contract of employment (which I maintain that Albourne Partners Limited repudiated, by its conduct), it is claimed that I am not permitted to speak ill of the cunts, even after leaving. So I won't, I'll just tell you what happened. What happened was that I complained.
I complained about the fact that I was given compliance responsibility, but no authority. I complained about the fact that I was stonewalled, whenever I asked for information, which would permit me to do my job. I complained about the fact that my computer systems didn't work, and that nobody appeared to be interested in fixing them. And I complained that Albourne Partners Limited had engaged a client without question, which it is my view should have been referred to NCIS (merged a couple of years back with a bunch of other investigative and intelligence units to form SOCA), and I was told by the MD not to raise similar matters with the Money Laundering Reporting Officer.
It was going to have Coldplay play at one of its corporate jollies, a couple of years back. I wonder if Chris Martin, ethical chap that he is, would approve? The Queen was kind enough to give Albourne Partners Limited her Award for Export Excellence, or somesuch. I wonder if she knows how it conducts itself towards employees, whom it regards as surplus to requirements? Do you think I should tell her? As such, this is my appraisal of its performance: