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Learning while earning at Warrener Stewart

17 April 2019 • Warrener Stewart News

Training on the job is a great way to learn. Each year Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisors, Warrener Stewart, offers employees training to become a tax specialist or Chartered Accountant. 

Colin Edney, joint managing director of Fulham’s Warrener Stewart explains: 

“Training on the job helps our employees translate theory into practice. Learning to adapt and react to real business situations while applying new knowledge helps our trainees become better accountants and tax advisors. 

“As part of our trainee programme we’ve welcomed Helena Mistry as a trainee Chartered Accountant and given Liz Henry the opportunity to move from her role as a PA to start training to become a tax advisor.” Helena Mistry & Liz Henry
(Pictured l-r): Helena Mistry with Liz Henry

Fresh from graduating with a degree in economics at Manchester University, Helena started out in marketing for a start-up business before deciding to put her numerical and analytical skills to use by becoming an accountant. 

“My short spell in marketing made me realise how much I missed problem solving and being involved with numbers!” says Helena. “I started looking for a varied role with the opportunity to liaise with business owners at a medium sized accountancy firm. Warrener Stewart has a great range of clients from a variety of sectors so I knew working there would appeal to me.” 

After nine years Liz Henry was ready to move from her demanding role supporting the directors to take up the challenge of training to become a tax specialist. 

“For the past nine years I’ve supported the tax department in a variety of ways. It seemed like a natural progression to grow my responsibilities and start studying for the ATT qualification,” says Liz. 

“Initially I’ll be working in personal tax, helping compile information for tax returns and liaising with HMRC about compliance issues. In November I’m taking my first exam to become a tax technician. I’m most looking forward to being involved in more client facing work once I’ve qualified.” 

By investing in their people Warrener Stewart is providing the best possible service to their clients.

“Warrener Stewart understands our business; they give us more than any other Accountancy service we have ever received in the past. They are extremely commercially aware and very current when it comes to changes in tax policy. ”
Diana Hoare - Anderson Hoare