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Counting on making a difference at Warrener Stewart

06 November 2019 •

It was the lure of auditing that led part qualified ACCA accountant student Thandie Sambana to join Warrener Stewart.  

Having started her accountancy training with a small two partner firm advising many self-employed clients, Thandie wanted to broaden her experience and work more closely withSME’s. When an opportunity arose to continue her training to become a Certified Accountantwith Fulham based accountants, Warrener Stewart, who specialise in advising ownermanaged companies, she leapt at the chance. 

“From my studies and work experience one of the aspects of studying to be an accountantthat I found really rewarding is auditing,” says Thandie. “Joining Warrener Stewart gives methe opportunity to be able to assist on more audits and to use my analytical skills.” 

As registered auditors Warrener Stewart regularly audit medium sized companies whose turnover exceeds the new audit thresholds. Audit and accounts assistants likeThandie willwork alongside an audit manager to help source information and prepare the accounts, before they are reviewed by one of the Principals. 

Commenting on Thandie’s appointment, Colin Edney said: “Despite the change to the auditing thresholds we still carry out many audits and we need inquisitive people like Thandie. We feel there is great value to be gained from the rigour of auditing allowing us toprovide assurance to clients about their businesses.” 

“we loved Warrener Stewart’s dynamic approach and really felt that they wanted to be part of our future.”
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