ADVISORS

PK Philip Hudson & Co Chartered Accountants & Registered Auditors

 

Led by founding partner, Philip Hudson, the company offers the advantage of being registered auditors by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, and by the Association of Certified and Chartered Accountants. After 25 years of growth and a coveted award In 2011, the practice celebrated its silver anniversary. During these twenty five years Philip Hudson & Co have grown consistently both organically, and through acquiring other practices, to promote its growth and expand its capabilities. The company has also achieved a number of awards and accolades, the most recent of which is the prestigious ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) “Quality Checked in recognition that it applies best practice procedures” This offers clients and potential clients the greatest confidence in Philip Hudson & Co because of the stringent requirements they had to meet to achieve this distinction.

Jonathan Blair – Media Lawyer - Michael Simkins LLP

 

Jonathan has worked with Hollywood Daze for ten years, and has overseen two successful applications for DCMS certificates on the company's behalf. He specialises in all aspects of film and TV including productions, finance and distribution. He is an expert in structuring international co-productions with experience in all aspects of financing, including government subsidies, tax-based schemes, distribution pre-sales, and bank financing. Jonathan represents some of the leading UK producers and production companies as well as international distributors and financiers.

 

Since the introduction of the UK tax incentives in 1979, Jonathan has been at the forefront in advising both producers and financiers on tax based financing structures. Jonathan also specialises in advising companies exploiting their product on digital media platforms with particular expertise on digital broadcasting and mobile phone entertainment. He is a regular speaker and writer on audio visual and copyright issues.