MEET Emma Rees




Emma Rees is a highly experienced and dynamic financial professional based in the Ammanford, South Wales. As the Director of Mercury Accounting & Financial Services Ltd, she brings over a decade of expertise in the accounting and financial services industry, working with a variety of clients, including Managed Service Providers (MSPs).

With her in-depth knowledge and understanding of the industry, Emma has built a reputation for providing exceptional financial guidance and support to help MSPs grow their businesses and achieve their financial goals.

Her passion for financial management, combined with her dedication to providing outstanding customer service, has earned her a reputation as a trusted advisor and leader in her field.

Support for MSPs



MSPs often struggle with keeping accurate and up-to-date financial records, which can lead to discrepancies in their financial reports and tax obligations. Overcoming this challenge requires implementing effective bookkeeping processes and investing in quality accounting software.

MSPs may experience fluctuations in their cash flow, making it difficult to manage their finances and plan for future growth. To overcome this challenge, MSPs should regularly review their cash flow statements, identify areas where they can reduce costs, and explore alternative financing options.

MSPs often struggle with getting clients to pay invoices on time, which can negatively impact their cash flow and make it difficult to manage their finances. To overcome this challenge, MSPs should establish clear billing and invoicing policies and procedures, and use automated systems to manage their accounts receivable.

MSPs must stay compliant with tax regulations, which can be complex and time-consuming. To overcome this challenge, MSPs should work with a qualified tax professional and keep accurate records of their financial transactions.

MSPs need accurate and reliable financial reports to make informed decisions about their business. Overcoming this challenge requires investing in quality accounting software, implementing effective financial reporting processes, and regularly reviewing financial reports to identify areas for improvement.