Ireland's film sector needs more tax incentives'

A leading financial adviser to Ireland's film and TV sector has said the industry needs additional tax incentives to help ward off competition from overseas.

11th May, 2014
Clive Standen and Thorbjørn Harr in Vikings.

A leading financial adviser to Ireland’s film and TV sector has said the industry needs additional tax incentives to help ward off competition from overseas, as well as the Section 481 boost credited with fuelling its recent growth.

John Gleeson has recently become a partner at accountancy firm Grant Thornton, where he is heading the company’s new media wing, offering a broad range of specialist advice to media, film, television, digital and advertising firms....

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