HW Fisher is a commercially astute organisation with a personal, partner-led service aimed at entrepreneurial small, medium enterprises (SMEs), large corporates and high-net worth individuals.
Our clients come from many different backgrounds and are active in all branches of commerce and industry. Our reputation is grounded in quality, delivering premium advisory services efficiently and cost-effectively.
Our fee income ranks us as a mid-tier top 25 UK chartered accountancy firm.
Founded in 1933, the practice comprises 33 partners and approximately 320 staff supplying a range of services spanning audit, corporate taxation, private client services, VAT, business recovery and forensic accounting, together with a range of sector groups offering specialist industry knowledge.
We also incorporate a number of associate companies with technical skills in matters such as corporate finance, and mergers and acquisitions.
Our mission is to serve our clients with creativity, enthusiasm, energy and vision. We mean these words and they mean more than just a strapline. They are a stance, an attitude, a culture.
HW Fisher was formed and grew by having a sideways view of life, understanding tradition but never being a slave to it. Wanting to be a business of characters, acting for characters in business.
And we will never think we’ve arrived. Just when you think the world is settled it moves on. It’s like that for our clients and it’s like that for us. We don’t have the biggest name, so we have to work harder to make sure that when you have heard of us, you aren’t going to forget.
All the time, providing the best advice, on time, every time for sure, but never forgetting one thing. It’s the whole customer experience that counts. We aspires to be the most outstanding independent firm in London, with a client list to compete with the best, profits to compare with the best, an attitude to be the best.
In a world that has faced its challenges, we have remained strong due to the skill of our teams, our wonderful clients and our pathological fear of ever, ever being ordinary.