Thursday August 10 2017

Growing accountancy practice LBW expands into Wrexham

A fast-growing accountancy firm has launched a Wrexham branch after significantly growing its North Wales client base.

Growing accountancy practice LBW expands into Wrexham

LBW Chartered Accountants, which is headquartered in Bromborough on the Wirral, now has offices on Chester Street.

The continued expansion of LBW's client base in North Wales is a result of the their ability to listen to clients' needs and their enthusiasm to provide solutions.

Mark Hughes, who is responsible for business development in North Wales and the surrounding area,  joined LBW in 2016, having spent 30 years with a high street bank in the town.

He said: “I’ve lived in Wrexham all of my working life and have worked alongside Lee Webster, LBW’s managing director, and his team for more than 15 years.

“Similarly to LBW, I have been assisting local businesses owners with financial and non-financial aspects of their business to help them grow.As a member of a team with a refreshing approach to accountancy, I’m excited to be introducing further businesses in North Wales and the borders to LBW's pro-active service.

“I have seen first-hand the positive impact LBW has made on clients that I have known for many years, helping them to mitigate tax and structure their plans.

“We have a talented team ready to kick start this exciting new chapter for the business, and I’m confident our passion for going the extra mile for our clients will help make it a success.”

LBW has embraced the advancement in I.T. software and new technologies within the accountancy sector, including  Xero, Kashflow and Sage, all of which provide the option for remote access to client records.

The Wrexham office will be able to offer small and medium-sized businesses in the region taxation, accountancy and financial advice. This includes a ‘TaxSave’ initiative, with guaranteed service levels and fixed price solutions.

Lee Webster, founder and managing director of LBW Chartered Accountants, said: “Opening our second branch is a real landmark for the firm.

“Our professional standards throughout the company, combined with our simple and clear communication with all our clients is the reason for our success.

“The new office makes us more accessible to our North Wales-based clients and other businesses in the region.

“I believe, having serviced many businesses in North Wales over 30 years, this expansion will help the LBW brand grow further.”

Rhodri Evans, senior investment executive at Finance Wales, said: “I’ve known Mark for a number of years from his time as a commercial bank manager at NatWest, where we worked together on a number of proposals across North Wales.

“The service levels that LBW offers to its clients will certainly be a fantastic addition to the area and will provide a greater choice of accountants for local businesses.”

LBW Accountants was established in 2009 and has gone on to become a leading firm of accountants in North Wales and the north west of England.

It comprises of a 20-strong team of qualified professionals with expertise in all areas of accountancy including payroll and auto-enrolment, bookkeeping, and taxation advice surrounding limited companies, trading business and property.

The North Wales base will be headed up by Mark Hughes, Steve Sharp, tax director, and Mark Sleight, corporate accounts director.

The Wrexham office will be open 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

For more information visit www.lbwaccountants.co.uk

"I believe, having serviced many businesses in North Wales over 30 years, this expansion will help the LBW brand grow further."
Lee Webster

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