About Us

The GMcG Group of chartered accountancy practices comprises GMcG Belfast (formerly Goldblatt McGuigan), GMcG Portadown (formerly Robinson & Company) and GMcG Lisburn (formerly Hanna Thompson).

The Goldblatt McGuigan practice commenced in 1991 and acquired Robinson & Company in 2006 and Hanna Thompson in 2009. All three offices have developed their profile to be recognised as leading chartered accountancy practices in their respective geographical area.

We have shared resources throughout the three offices particularly at senior level where expertise of one individual may be relevant to an assignment in another location. Common GMcG branding and group recognition has been adopted to demonstrate the fact that we can and do provide services throughout Northern Ireland and to related clients throughout Ireland.

During 2014 we joined TIAG® A Worldwide Alliance of Independent Accounting Firms. Northern Ireland businesses increasingly see the need to look beyond the UK and Ireland to develop markets and we envisage TIAG® will prove to be an ideal alliance for GMcG to assist clients in achieving international growth.

Benefits will be forthcoming through direct engagement and participation in TIAG® network meetings and we anticipate significant outcomes for clients in the use of the knowledge and material available within the speciality groups in TIAG® both UK and Ireland and International.

TIAG® is one of three related alliances, further details of which can be found at TIAGnet.com, TAGLaw.com and TAG-SP.net.

We have highly motivated staff throughout our three offices who take exceptional pride in their work and have the confidence to give practicable business advice to clients. We seek to deliver a high quality understandable product at all times, at a competitive price and measure our success on client satisfaction, growth and rate of retention.

GMcG exists to help and guide our clients and contacts in their decision making, facilitating their development, growth and profit and that of corporate Northern Ireland.