Greenlane Chartered Accountants Ltd was set up in March 2015.
We were formerly known as Nair & Chen Chartered Accountants and Nair and Associates Chartered Accountants.
We are a medium sized firm with a team of efficient and friendly staff.
Our motto is to endeavour to assist our clients in the growth and success of their business.
Our team of qualified, experienced and motivated accountants are committed to providing a comprehensive range of accounting, taxation and business advisory services.
The senior members of our team have extensive experience in complex tax matters, insolvency, business development, trust set-up and management and investments advice.
Our objective is to provide you with advice when your business needs it, not just when you ask for it. We help you manage every aspect of your business and because we establish a one-on-one relationship with each of our clients, our advice is tailor-made for your business.
Audit and Accounting Practices
We have also developed our traditional auditing and accounting practices into innovative client-focused services. Our flexibility and adaptability ensure that we help you to get the best results.
We have been helping our clients with the challenge of change for over twenty years.
Our approach is to be proactive in providing timely advice and business solutions to enable you to achieve your business and financial goals.
Companies and individuals choose us because we listen, we keep our advice simple, we are friendly, down-to-earth and trustworthy, we provide solutions which are tailored to solve your problems and we ensure that you achieve your business and financial goals
Innovate and Lead
Founder-Director Daran Nair said that Greenlane Chartered Accountants helps organisations innovate, transform and lead.
“We try to achieve this objective by making an impact on the current issues that our clients face, and by anticipating the issues that they may face in the future, we empower them with the confidence that leads to effective decisions for their organisations.”