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Warrener Stewart offers a three year ACA training contract

07 August 2015 •

Warrener Stewart is offering the opportunity for a recent graduate or AAT qualified individual to join their audit and accounts team on a three year ACA training contract.

This is an opportunity to gain valuable on-the–job training whilst undertaking the professional study required to qualify as a Chartered Accountant. Speaking about the current vacancy Jon Last, the Director who oversees training, commented;

“Undertaking a recognised training programme like that of the ICAEW not only develops the technical skills required of a Chartered Accountant but, at Warrener Stewart, also provides a valuable insight into the work of an accountancy practice and helps foster an appreciation of the incredible range of work that is involved from technical aspects of auditing through to offering business and tax advice to small and medium sized companies.

We welcome applications from graduates or from those who’ve already studied accountancy and are AAT qualified.”

The anticipated start date is 1 September 2015. To apply please send your CV together with a covering letter to Jon Last either by post or email (

Warrener Stewart’s directors take part in Prudential RideLondon

05 August 2015 •

A two day cycling bonanza, the Prudential RideLondon, saw amateur cyclists take to closed roads of London to raise money for charity. Amongst the 25,000 cyclists who took up the challenge of the London-Surrey 100 ride on Sunday 2 August, were two of the directors of Fulham based accountants, Warrener Stewart; Nick Morgan and Jon Last.

Last year the intrepid pair battled against Hurricane Bertha as they competed in the circular route. This year thankfully the elements were kinder so they could enjoy the route which took them from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, through leafy Surrey suburbs, before completing the final stretch to Buckingham Palace cycling up the Mall.

“The Ride did not seem as grueling as last year,” observed Nick Morgan, “maybe that’s because the sun was shining this year and I took it a bit easier than Jon!”

Nevertheless the pair both returned good times; Jon managing an impressive 5 hours and 22 minutes, whilst Nick cycled the 100 miles in six and a half hours.

Their chosen charity, Shooting Star Chase, a leading children’s hospice charity, will benefit from a contribution of £2000. The money raised with be used to care for babies, children and young people with life limiting conditions, as well as providing much needed support and respite for their families. If you would like to make a donation please visit

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