Understanding a client’s goals and objectives is important for any business, even schools be they an academy or privately owned. Seeking to provide the best education for local youngsters is as good a ‘business objective’ as any.

Nick became a principal at Warrener Stewart in 1997, having joined the firm two years earlier. He has been integral to the evolution of Warrener Stewart, working closely with his fellow principals to manage and develop the growing business to its current status.  This ‘hands on’ experience helps Nick to identify personally with many of the issues and problems which his own clients face when seeking advice and assistance.

Nick has over twenty five years experience advising and servicing a wide variety of businesses, from large, multi-branch companies to individual consultants, in many different sectors, including, more recently, estate agency, wind farms, private schooling, property development, advertising and polar adventure/research.  He values the opportunity to get closely involved and make a real difference, helping clients to achieve their corporate and personal ambitions.

Following a degree in Biology at London University, he trained and qualified in the City with Deloitte Haskins & Sells (now PriceWaterhouseCoopers) before moving to the general practice environment, wanting direct involvement with owner managed business, not least as part of his own firm.

Sector specialist: 

Schools 
Manufacturing Businesses 
Media 

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Pen Hadow