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Warrener Stewart go messing about on the river

08 October 2018 • Warrener Stewart News

Already an excellent team of accountants and tax advisors, several members of Warrener Stewart put their team skills to the test recently when they took the oars of a Cornish Pilot Gig.

The 32-foot-long wooden, six-oared boats are traditionally used along the Cornish coast as pilots and lifeboats. The Fulham accountancy practice got to row a more local version based on the River Thames at Richmond with London's first Cornish Pilot Gig rowing club.

Under the strict, but gentle supervision of a former colleague, a founder member of the club, and her fellow clubmates, the novice rowers had to learn quickly to row these sturdy vessels. They travelled upstream against the tide to relative safety at Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, before the strong running current took them rapidly in the opposite direction!.

“The technique of rowing the Gig was fairly straight forward,” commented Damian, who when trying not to rock the boat heads up Warrener Stewart’s American tax department.

“You do need a little confidence to get on board and be willing to excerpt some energy and get a little muddy. It takes time to get going, but once we had settled down and learnt the relevant techniques it was a real joy to row.”

Having rowed a mile or two upstream from Richmond Bridge, the team stopped (a little too long!) to take on water at a conveniently situated riverside hostelry, before having navigate their way back just as the sun was setting! 

“It was a great team bonding experience that everyone enjoyed.” concluded joint managing director, Nick Morgan.  “It’s certainly much easier rowing with the tide!”

Current vacancy for an Accounts Assistant

24 September 2018 • Warrener Stewart News

Warrener Stewart is offering the opportunity to embark upon a career in accountancy by joining their thriving Fulham based practice as an Accounts Assistant.

The role is an ideal way to study whilst working full time, as Warrener Stewart will additionally provide study support either to start AAT training or to complete an AAT qualification.

“Studying for this practical accountancy qualification, whist being part of busy accountancy practice, is the perfect way to appreciate and understand more about the accounting industry and to start a career without the requirement to hold a degree” notes senior Principal Gary Chapman.

To apply for the role, candidates should send a CV together with a covering letter addressed to Gary Chapman either by email to gchapman@warrenerstewart.com or via the post to Harwood House, 43 Harwood Road, London SW6 4QP

A new specialist joins Warrener Stewart’s US tax department

13 August 2018 • US Tax returns, Warrener Stewart News

Under Damian Talbot’s leadership the US tax department at Warrener Stewart continues to grow as more private clients seek help with their US filing obligations.  

Following the appointment earlier this year of three new US tax recruits, Georgia Maher a qualified taxation technician, is the latest recruit to join Warrener Stewart's US Tax department. With seven years' experience already as an Enrolled Agent, Georgia is looking forward to helping many of the private clients who turn to Warrener Stewart for advice on US tax.

Prior to joining the Fulham based tax specialists, Georgia graduated in 2003 with a degree in Psychology and Neuroscience from Keele University. She started her tax career at Fisher Philips working in corporate tax, before joining Ingleton Partners to specialise in US Tax. For the past six years Georgia has worked with more corporate clients whilst in the US tax departments of Frank Hirth and most recently Buzzacott.

Commenting on her move to Warrener Stewart, she said; “I’m really looking forward to working more closely with private clients and helping them with their US tax responsibilities. Unlike UK tax, US tax laws can change quite quickly, by working on a one to one basis I will be able to help clients have a more targeted approach and ensure they meet all their US tax obligations.”

Surviving the traditional self-assessment tax return rush in January

15 February 2018 • Warrener Stewart News

Fulham based chartered tax advisors, Warrener Stewart’s tax team take time out after a busy January. Over the last four years, private client services have grown steadily, through the teams hard work the number of tax returns filed this year increased by 10% compared to last year.  

Commenting on the team efforts, tax director Ryan Lane explained, “As part of our private client services we provide advice to business owners and individuals regarding their personal tax affairs, which includes the preparation of their annual self-assessment tax return.

“January was an incredibly busy month for us with just over half the tax returns we assist clients with, completed and filed in the last four weeks before the deadline on 31 January. My fellow directors and I are very proud of the hard work that all our teams have put in over the year to ensure that our clients meet their filing obligations with HMRC.”

Warrener Stewart continues to grow

02 November 2017 • Warrener Stewart News

The current economic climate has not deterred five young professionals choosing accountancy as a career and joining chartered accountants in Fulham, Warrener Stewart. As chartered accountants and chartered tax advisors, Warrener Stewart specialises in meeting the needs of small and medium sized business, helping them to fulfil their business potential. The five new starters specifically choose Warrener Stewart because they wanted the opportunity to work with SMEs from a variety of sectors.

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Pictured above are (left to right): Fo Uwhubetine, Demi Brindley, Victoria Ikudehinbu, Alex Hollomby, Ali Dessain.

Joining the Audit and accountancy team are Ali Dessain, Demi Brindley and Fo Uwhubetine. For recent history graduate Ali, this is his first stepping stone towards a career in accountancy, following his graduation from Trinity College in Dublin. Whilst for Demi, having completed her AAT qualification in 2013, she has also chosen to continue her career as a Chartered Accountancy trainee and study for her ACA Qualification at Warrener Stewart. Likewise, Fo, having studied Accountancy and Financial Management whilst at the University of Hull, is keen to progress her career in business whilst training with Warrener Stewart.

Warrener Stewart’s Tax department has grown steadily over the past five years, providing advice to both businesses and their owners on UK and international tax issues. It was this diverse nature of the Tax department which attracted Accounting and Finance graduate, Victoria Ikudehinbu to join the team so she could expand her career in US tax and continue to study to become an Enrolled Agent alongside her ATT exams. As a recent Classics graduate, Alex Hollomby has chosen to put his attention to detail to good use by launching himself into a career in tax.

“In the current economic climate our clients are relying upon us more and more for business and tax advice. Through our recent recruitment we can continue to grow and maintain a high level of service to our clients,” commented Colin Edney, joint managing director of Warrener Stewart. 

Warrener Stewart welcomes a new Director

10 April 2017 • Warrener Stewart News

Warrener Stewart is pleased to announce that Ryan Lane has joined the Board of Directors of Warrener Stewart and has taken an equity stake in the business.

“Ryan’s appointment as a director of the company represents a continued strengthening of our senior tax team, providing a solid platform for future expansion of our corporate and personal tax services,” commented joint managing director, Colin Edney. “Ryan has worked very hard towards this day and his appointment is well deserved.  We all look forward to a long and successful partnership with him.”

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