Founder and Principal
George Greer is an experienced business owner with over 20 year experience of working in the accounting industry. He is a strong professional with a BSc focused in Business Computing Systems from City University in London.
ABOUT George Greer
George Greer founded Stallion Accountancy Services in June 2014. He has over 20 years experience in the accountancy industry. Much of this has been spent helping small and medium sized business owners. Prior to setting up the business, he worked for accounting firms in Hadleigh, Rayleigh, Southend and South Woodford.
George is experienced in the use of a number of cloud accounting packages. These include:
Prior to setting up the business, George often heard business owners say that they did not hear from their accountant on a regular basis. As a result, customer service has always been at the forefront of our work. Entrepreneurs are often passionate about their business. They deserve to have an accountant who is just as passionate to support them. This is the foundation on which Stallion Accountancy Services has been built.
George seeks to ensure that his clients are contacted on a regular basis. It is a well known phrase that “people do business with people”. The people that work in any business are unique to that business. George therefore believes that it is the level of personal attention that clients receive which is fundamental to the continued growth and success of the business.
Outside of work, George volunteered as a Team London Ambassador at Canary Wharf during the London 2012 Olympics. As a result of this, he set up the @southendsports twitter feed. This promotes sport in and around the Southend area where he lives. He also subsequently set up the @southendmusic twitter feed which seeks to promote live music in Southend.
George is an avid sports fan who has run several marathons and half marathons. He also recently took part in the 2018 London marathon where he was raising money for the charity Red Balloon Family.
You can also follow him on twitter .