At Moore Stephens Markhams Wanganui, we help businesses succeed

Moore Stephens Markhams Wanganui is an independently-owned firm in the Moore Stephens International chartered accountancy and business advisory network.

For 40 years, Moore Stephens Markhams has been part of the Wanganui community. In 1953, the late Ron Glasgow set up accountancy firm, Glasgow and Meyers in Wanganui and the firm joined the Markhams group in 1973, adopting the national name in 1980, when Mr Glasgow left the business. Today we continue to work with a number of Glasgow and Meyers’ original clients as well as their successors.

Our Waverley office (a subsidiary of Markhams Wanganui Ltd) operates in south Taranaki with a client base focused almost exclusively on rural and forestry business.

In 2010, along with our Markhams New Zealand network firms, Markhams Wanganui joined forces with Moore Stephens, one of the world’s major accounting and consulting associations consisting of 307 independent firms in 105 countries, while in 2012 we became the backstop behind the Richard Millward & Associates firm.

While our name might have changed over the years, the passion we have for our clients remains. Your success is our most important objective. As a firm we are committed to establishing strong relationships based on understanding, trust and reliability.

Moore Stephens Markhams Wanganui is strategically placed to assist businesses in our region – and we understand the challenges our region faces. Our reputation for providing astute and proactive financial advice to our clients has positioned us as valued business partners, with the capacity to deliver positive outcomes.

Our local market knowledge, backed by the Moore Stephens national and international network of expertise will give your enterprise the leading edge, wherever you’re doing business.

We’re Serious about Success. Yours. Ours. New Zealand’s.

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