Glynis Morris


Glynis Morris qualified as a chartered accountant in 1979 and became an FCA in 1989. She has been a sole practitioner since 1996, working initially in Cambridge and now in mid-Wales. Her main focus is on technical issues, and she write extensively on current developments in accounting, auditing, company law and corporate governance.

Glynis trained with KPMG and spent 20 years at the firm’s offices in Leeds, London and Cambridge, working with a wide range of clients in the business, charity and education sectors, as well as spending three years as a senior member of the firm’s technical department. She became a partner in the firm in January 1991 but left to set up her own practice in 1996, initially in Cambridge and then in mid-Wales. She now devotes most of her time to writing on current professional issues.

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BA (Hons) in German Language and Literature: The University of Manchester