About us

Amex Associates is a firm offering business support services to sole traders, partnerships and incorporated businesses throughout the UK .

In addition to traditional accountancy services, we offer an extensive range of services and solutions in core areas of a business such as Business Consultancy and Human Resource Management. Our constant investment in innovative technologies, infrastructure and above all our people ensures that we stay abreast with our clients’ requirements however complex they are.

Our philosophy is to work closely with our clients to assess their needs, and to provide the most appropriate range of solutions from among the services that we offer. Our success in achieving our goals as an organization can be gauged through the degree of client retention in every field that we offer services in. We are constantly evaluating new opportunities that will provide additional value for our customers, and invite you to contact us to discuss the possibilities 

Our people 

Amex Associates is registered with and authorised by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants to carry out public practice. Our Business Consultancy team is supervised by qualified consultants possessing vast experience of helping clients setup and run their business and assist them in managing their financial stance. We are also experienced in advising on Human Resource issues within our clients organisations and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. 

Our values 

In everything we do we pride ourselves on accuracy, integrity, and a flair for lateral thinking and creative planning.

 

 

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