September 20, 2019

Scott London’s Updated LinkedIn Profile Is the Greatest Thing Ever

As pointed out by Attestation Update, looks like Scott London is hoping to put all this insider trading drama behind him and start fresh. He brings to the table years of experience and just a few bad choices. If nothing else, you have to give the guy credit for giving exactly zero fucks instead of pulling down his LinkedIn profile and never being heard from again.

Let's check out the summary:

Well, a lot has changed over the last year. After making a mistake that cost me my career with a Big 4 accounting Firm and I am looking forward to starting over again. I have over 30 years in the public accounting world. Much of that was spent working with large, international companies, helping them with complex issues and assisting with key short term and long term strategic decisions. I have seen almost everything and I am well versed in the areas of accounting, operations, due diligence, turnaround activities, inventory management, online strategies, financial reporting and key day to day decisions that the "C" Suite make every day.

I worked 18 years a partner and know my way around a Board room very well. I also have managed over 500 personnel for the better part of 9 years. I have unique Personnel and Human Resource management skills which allow me to get the most of my people while at the same time helping develop them for the future.

Yes, I regret my past actions this year, but I am looking forward to a future in which I can assist another company as they address the challenges in business today.

He apparently did this back in October, so it's safe to say this isn't his last minute effort to show a little positive thinking ahead of his sentencing on Thursday.

Don't worry, Scotty boy, you're white collar so it's not like you'll need to interview to be your bunkie's new bitch boy in a real prison or anything. But if that does end up happening, please I beg of you have someone on the outside update your LinkedIn profile so we can all point and laugh.

 

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