Scottish accountancy and business services firm Henderson Loggie has been shortlisted for a prestigious TIGA games industry award.

The firm, which has offices in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow , and is a finalist in the Tax and Accountancy category which recognises excellent accountancy work, sound business processes and excellent commercial results.

The annual TIGA awards recognise the best games and best practice from contributors to the UK’s games industry which contributes £1.43bn to the economy. Henderson Loggie has worked with independent video game developers in Scotland since the late 1980’s.

Henderson Loggie Partner and creative media specialist Steve Cartwright said; “We’re delighted to be shortlisted for one of the UK industry’s top awards, and to be recognised in such good company. It has been a busy year for the creative media team as we have been supporting studios to apply for the Video Games Tax relief approved by the European Union Commission in March 2014. As well as advising on core accounting compliance we pride ourselves on helping our clients grow sustainable businesses and achieve success through strategic planning and advise on how to do business abroad, specifically in emerging economies.”

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on 12th November 2015.

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