Admir Elezaj, founder of Adiva Accountants
Chloe Shakesby

Accountancy firm acquires first permanent London site with six figure funding

A Kent accountancy firm has announced that it has expanded into London after securing six figures of funding.

Adiva Accountants has acquired its first permanent premises in Bromley after securing six-figure funding from NatWest.

The company has used a £456k funding package from the bank to purchase a 76 sqm ground floor office on East Street, after outgrowing its former rented office space.

Over the last five years, the team has grown to four employees and the new East Street space will comfortably accommodate the existing team and allow for further growth.

The business has doubled its turnover over the last two years and intends to grow its team of accountants, with plans to recruit a full-time employee in the coming months.

Admir Elezaj, founder of Adiva Accountants, commented: “Since I founded the business, we have successfully grown both the size of the team and our client base, all from our rented premises on Bromley High Street.

“However, to allow us to continue to expand, now was the time to relocate to our own office space.

“Thanks to the support from NatWest, we have been able to purchase the new office on East Street with capacity for us to hire at least one new member of staff each year for the next five years.

“We can now start settling in to our first permanent office and plans are already in motion to hire another employee.”

Greg Lewis, relationship manager at NatWest, said: “Admir is a brilliant accountant and has built a successful business with an expert team of employees.

“With our support, Adiva Accountants will remain in Bromley Town Centre available to offer accountancy services locally and nationwide.”

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