LEADING CROSS BORDER ACCOUNTANTS IN NORTHWEST
PROMPT SERVICE. ACCESS TO AN EXPERT TEAM.
Partners Cathal McLaughlin and Philip McGonigle have together amassed over 50 years of combined accounting and taxation experience. Our vision for MLMG is to give our clients all the practical support they need in respect of their finances.
Partner – Cathal McLaughlin (FCCA) is a fellow of the ACCA and his experience covers every area of accounting and taxation services. He has 30 years experience in serving clients in the Northwest. He qualified in 1993 and has worked across industry sectors such as hospitality, agricultural, construction, engineering, medical and financial services. Special areas of expertise include tax audits and investigations, bank negotiations and giving commercial advice on day-to-day business issues.
Partners – Philip McGonigle (FCCA) has held senior positions in the engineering and construction industries in the UK. In addition he has over 15 years consulting and senior accounting experience working with sole traders, small business and larger companies in the Northwest. Philip is a fellow of the ACCA, a qualified financial advisor and holds a Diploma in Insolvency from Chartered Accountants Ireland.
The partners are part of a team which offers expertise in audit, accounting, taxation and financial services to their personal and business clients.
The MLMG team were hand-picked with just two objectives in mind – firstly, to bring together under one roof, all the skills and experience required to meet the needs of every single client; and secondly, to build a team who get genuine satisfaction from providing clients with a quality service.
Vision & Mission
Our vision is to give our clients the practical support they need to set up and maintain all their business systems from business start-ups and company formation and development right through to book-keeping and payroll, taxation, accounting, and auditing. As your business develops and your needs change, we can offer the advice and consultancy you require.