Mr. Jorge Quintana - Founder and CEO
Former officer in the Spanish Army, Mr. Quintana leads a cadre of seasoned team, experts in Strategic Planning, Aviation, Maritime, Logistics, Intelligence and Training.
Upon ending his military career, he commenced advising multiple enterprises in remote and hostile environments in the field of energy and extractive industries. When deciding to found ack3, he adhered to strictly maintain as fundamental the belief in the value of Military and Law Enforcement veterna suppliers and veteran employess. Therefore, ack3 ensures to to offer extraordianary opportunities and challenging assignments to people who share ack3's commitment to loyalty, quality and service.
Being an international integrator partnering our customers at the highest level of quality and providing tailor made solutions to contribute to achieving a safer world.
Being a leading integrator for strategic risk consulting and providing "state of the art" tradecraft and technology to achieve customer's goals.
Thinking out the box for applying comprehensive strategic program, anticipating defies and implementing problem-solving methodologies by applying discretion and loyalty to our customers.
ack3 abids by a code of business ethics and conduct designed to clearly communicate respect for human rights and the dignity of human beings as well as the prohibition of bribery and other crimes. Our code informs all our employees of the company's expectations and of their responsabilities and obligations as they relate to our fundamental values.
ack3 is signing member of the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers (ICoC). International Security Companies have an important, sometimes crucial role in protecting state and non-state clients engaged in relief, recovery, and reconstruction efforts, commercial business operations, diplomacy and military activity. In providing these services, ack3 is always exquisite in ensuring a positive impact to the local population in the enjoyment of human rights and the rule of law.
ack3 adheres to core values of the Montreux Document on Pertinent International Legal Obligations and Good Practices for States Related to Operations of Private Military and Security Companies during Armed Conflic recognizes that well-established rules of international law apply to States in their relations with private security service providers and provides for good practices relating to Security Companies. The "Respect, Protect, Remedy" framework developed by the Special Representative of the United Nations (UN) Secretary General on Business and Human Rights, and welcomed by UN Human Rights Council, entails acting with due diligence to avoid infringing the rights of others.