Finanical terrorist loving (and former KPMG guy) John Griffith-Jones gets roasted by Paul Moore

John Griffith-Jones, who was senior partner at KPMG until he walked through the revolving door towards his chance of a knighthood as chairman of our new regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has shown himself – both by his words and actions – to be the very worst example of what I am talking about.

One comment on “Finanical terrorist loving (and former KPMG guy) John Griffith-Jones gets roasted by Paul Moore
  1. Peter Jennings says:

    KPMG and nearly all the other “accounting” firms have been having a field day ever since the days of maggie thatcher and “privatisation”. Meaning, taking from the public and giving it to private entities, usually mates or cronies. It’s time to have a close look at all their dealing over the past 30yrs. Yes, that’s a long time in which to do as you please. They got rich in the Eighties passing on stolen goods.

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