PHILIP CLARK has been promoted to head of media and entertainment at Chantrey Vellacott.
Clark, who has advised actors, musicians, sports stars and artists, through to multinationals and PLCs, has served as a partner at the top 30 firm since 2009.
His clients include trade unions equity and BECTU, and is a trustee of the International Performers Aid Trust.
Clark said: “I’m delighted to be leading the firm’s media and entertainment group.
“Our team of specialists have a passion for the media and entertainment sector and understand the importance of being one step ahead of the ever developing changes and challenges facing actors, artists, production teams, and media companies operating in the UK and overseas.”
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