Vizier Ltd helps small businesses to understand a range of options available to them (financial and statutory) and what the financial will be for any particular selection. We help them understand what is required for good record keeping and will help to train them on cloud-based accounting software, or work with their bookkeepers to do so. We will deal with their tax compliance submissions, and keep in close contact to provide ongoing advice and support. Our aim is to provide a friendly, helpful and highly competent service.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • CIMA

Serviced Areas

  • West London

Contact Details

  Website
  City Kensington
  Postcode W8 7JB
  Address 51 Holland Street
  Phone Number 020 3239 8860

Customer Testimonials

Our business has grown substantially and Vizier has helped us throughout several fundraisings, changes in shareholders, invoice financing, staff increases, tax changes and reliefs, contract analyses and more. Their capability, genuine concern and level of service is excellent.


I have worked with Vizier for the last two years and have enjoyed an attentive and personalised service from the team. This covers monthly book keeping, annual accounts and commercial advice. A very user friendly experience.


I have worked with Vizier over the past year and a half and I have loved their hands-on approach which has not only been integral to weathering a very tough retail climate but has also achieved a great result for my investors. I have and will continue to recommend Vizier - they really are a pleasure to work with!

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