TIGA is teaming up with Saffery Champness LLP to bring you an exciting free webinar on Tuesday 17 January at 11:30am. Join us!
TIGA is the trade association representing the UK video games industry. TIGA played a critical role in campaigning for and securing the introduction of Video Games Tax Relief. Retaining and enhancing VGTR is one of TIGA’s top priorities. TIGA is delivering this VGTR webinar to inform members about the Government’s planned changes and to ensure that members’ views are heard and understood by Government.
Saffery Champness is an accountancy firm with nine UK and five international offices. Saffery Champness have over 80 partners and over 800 staff, their Sports and Entertainment Team is one of the largest within a UK accountancy firm, and they are leading advisers to the creative industries sector. Their enthusiastic and trusted professionals offer a full range of accounting, tax and advisory services to both corporate clients and individuals in the video games sector.
Saffery Champness LLP will talk through what the consultation means for the video games sector and consider the potential impact of the changes for games developers and give TIGA members the chance to discuss and share their thoughts and also ask questions.
The Guest Speaker will be Partner, Moses Nyachae. Moses is a partner in the Film, TV and Video Games Team, providing specialist advice on accessing and maximising the UK Film, High-End TV, Animation and Video Games Tax Credits. Over the last 17 years, Moses has advised a number of major and mini-major US studios, as well as several UK independent producers, advising on films ranging from Hollywood blockbusters to UK micro-budget productions. Following the introduction of the Video Games Tax Credit in April 2014, Moses has been advising a number of clients, ranging from very large publishers to small developers, in the video games industry on all matters relating to the tax credit to ensure they get the maximum benefit from the tax incentive. Moses is regularly invited to lecture and sit on expert panels to discuss tax incentive opportunities across all the creative sectors and has spoken at seminars in several cities including London, Cannes, New York, Seville, Munich, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin and Toronto. Moses has advised on hundreds of tax credit claims over the years, guiding clients through the structural and compliance process and generating cash rebates for clients in excess of £1 billion.
You can sign up for the event here!