Michael brings further growth to MHA Moore and Smalley’s Liverpool tax team

Accountancy and business advisory firm MHA Moore and Smalley has appointed a new a senior tax manager at its Liverpool office.

Michael Court will advise businesses, entrepreneurs, and high-net-worth individuals, supporting them to manage their tax affairs, including family wealth succession planning.

It is the second senior tax appointment at MHA Moore and Smalley’s Liverpool office in as many months following the firm’s recruitment of Tony Reddin as tax partner in April.

Michael joins MHA Moore and Smalley from Jackson Stephen where he spent two years as senior tax manager. He was at Grant Thornton in Liverpool for six years prior to this.

Tony Reddin, tax partner at MHA Moore and Smalley, said: “We’re seeing continued growth in demand for high-level tax expertise from businesses and their owners across the Merseyside region.

“Michael is adept at guiding clients through the complexities of the UK tax system. He is particularly experienced in helping business owners look after their personal tax affairs, ensuring they can continue to focus on business growth while looking after their succession planning.”

Michael, who lives in Formby, added: “Every day I see great examples of entrepreneurial Liverpool businesses growing through innovation, determination and sheer hard work. I’m looking forward to working with the owners of these businesses in my new role with MHA Moore and Smalley, helping them to continue creating jobs and promoting economic activity.”

Michael is a graduate of Loughborough University and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Association of Taxation Technicians.

When not working or spending time with his family, Michael enjoys watching sports and is also a keen runner having taken part in three marathons.

MHA Moore and Smalley’s new Liverpool office opened in 2021 and is situated in Exchange Station, Tithebarn Street.

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