Located on the Waikato River, in the historic Souter House, directors Peter Morton, Nicola Adam and Kyle Owens have a vast range of experience in Chartered Accountancy and business advisory.
The name Herbert Morton derives from the two founding Directors of the business – Keith Herbert and Peter Morton.
Keith and Peter moved up from Tokoroa where they were working and established in Cambridge in September 1985. The office was originally located above NZ Post shop in Duke Street. In September 2008, the firm moved to Souter House, near the high level bridge in Cambridge.
In 1998 we established a second office located in Carterton.
Niki Adam and Kyle Owens both become directors of the firm in 2016.
The Herbert Morton team has been growing over the years and we currently have 28 team members.
The team at Herbert Morton strives to provide you with top quality service and promise you reliable, and timely accounting and advice from all of our competent and dependable staff.
We are here to help you with all facets of accountancy and to help you grow your business working alongside you throughout the year making sure you are on track to achieve your goals.
Herbert Morton is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). Membership is limited to Chartered Accountants who hold a current Certificate of Public Practice (CPP).
As a CAANZ member we are required to comply with various requirements and must be able to demonstrate at all times that our actions, behaviour and conduct comply with the Code of Ethics.
We are subject to a Practice Review procedure to ensure these standards are maintained.
Herbert Morton is an Approved Training Employer (ATE) which means we are able to provide a programme of practical experience that provides trainees with the opportunities to gain the practical experience required to gain admission to the College of Chartered Accountants with CAANZ.
We also provide attractive job opportunities from time to time within the firm for students leaving school who are keen to pursue the accountancy profession by offering apprenticeship type positions to the right applicants.