Mike Bossy has been a trusted business advisor to clients for over 35 years. Mike is a strategic thinker and combines his extensive experience as a Chartered Professional Accountant with other select business designations to provide a spectrum of value-added services. These services include accounting, trust and estate planning, taxation, and business consulting, with particular emphasis on inter-generational businesses and farm transfers.
Mike is a graduate of Western University’s Ivey Business School and is a Chartered Professional Accountant. He is also a Certified Agricultural Farm Advisor (CAFA), Kolbe™ Certified Consultant (KCC) and a Kolbe™ Certified Youth Specialist. Part of Mike’s commitment to continuing education and professional development includes participation in The Strategic Coach® program.
Mike is the founder of what is now BNG Bossy Nagy Group Professional Corporation. He was joined first by Steve Nagy and later, Chad Lamoure, Marla Rice, and Tracy VanPuymbroeck in forming a professional services firm dedicated to helping clients build better businesses. BNG has grown to a team of over fifty members in three locations in South Western Ontario.
Mike’s extensive community involvement includes posts such as president of the Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce, director of Tillsonburg Hydro, past member and chair of Tillsonburg’s Economic Development Committee, chair of the Reliving the Legacy capital campaign, mentor for Tillsonburg Junior Achievement and facilitator of a Strategic Coach Goal Cultivator Community.
Mike was selected Tillsonburg’s Citizen of Year for 2011 and is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012. Mike coached basketball for 20 years at Glendale High School and through the Ontario Basketball Association. Presently, Mike is involved as a director of the Tillsonburg Downtown Business Improvement Area.
Mike has spoken professionally on The Kolbe System™ and has also developed and delivered the Advanced Farm Management Program. He is an energizer of people and a source of pragmatic, creative solutions to issues that are seen as opportunities rather than problems.