Michael became a Partner in Morrissey Chartered Accountants in 2015, which was originally established in 1997, and is a Fellow Member of Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Offering a full range of accountancy and tax services Michael also specialises in providing consultancy services including Strategic Growth Plans; Government Grants; Food Sector Consultancy and R&D Tax Credit Claims.
Prior to 2015 Michael worked for 20 years with Crossgar Foodservice as a director and shareholder responsible for the management and strategic direction of the business, direct management of the foodservice division and the finance/IT department. The company was sold to Sysco Corporation in 2012 and as part of the agreement Michael remained with the business until 2015.
Michael graduated from Ulster University with a BA (Hons) Accountancy Degree before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with PWC while working in Tax, Accountancy, Audit, Forensic Accounting and a secondment to a large food company.
Outside of work Michael is a board member of Mainstay charity in Downpatrick and Down Business Centre a Local Enterprise Agency in Downpatrick. He is also a keen sailor and triathlete.
Ann Marie Morrissey
Ann Marie is a founding partner of Morrissey Chartered Accountants having established the practice in 1997 and is a Fellow Member of Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Offering a full range of accountancy services Ann Marie also specialises in computerised accounting systems including desktop and cloud based software. Ann Marie advises and assists small and medium sized businesses with their financial reporting and systems.
Ann Marie graduated from Ulster University with a BA (Hons) Accountancy with Computing Degree before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with PWC. She gained a wide range of experience working in Accountancy and Audit before specialising in implementing computerised accounting and management information systems. Ann Marie also delivered the Finance for Non-Finance Managers CPD course at Queens University Belfast.
Outside of work Ann-Marie is keen on fitness and yoga.
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