Celebrating 35 years of Warrener Stewart!
For Warrener Stewart, the year 1982 heralded the start of their successful chartered accountancy practice. In a year that was filled with space travel, the collapse of Laker Airways and, most notably, the Falklands War, chartered accountant Peter Warrener started Warrener & Co in South East London. His intention was to develop an accountancy practice which would provide a highly professional, yet affordable service to the local business community, a need he had identified as sadly lacking.
Now, 35 years on and having moved West to Fulham, the business has grown and matured, much in keeping with the original vision, yet has remained true to its founding principles of providing excellent standards of professional and personal service to meet the needs and budgets of private clients and their businesses. The Firm covers all aspects of accountancy and tax services and gives intelligent business advice. It can count 28 staff at present and has served more than 4,000 clients over the last three and a half decades.
Reminiscing, joint managing director Nick Morgan recounts, “Thirty-five years ago, on 2nd February Peter Warrener started the business. In those intervening years, a lot of water has gone under the bridge, yet there are still a good number of us around who can remember the early years, contributing more than 200 years combined service. That’s an awful lot of tax returns! Everyone should be very proud of this significant achievement.”
The current directors of Warrener Stewart: (l-r): Jon Last, Colin Edney, Gary Chapman, Nick Morgan and Damian Talbot.