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November 19, 2014 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
HUMACAO, Puerto Rico–(BUSINESSWIRE)–Tax Credits International, Inc. (taxcreditsint.com) is pleased to announce the establishment of its world headquarters in Humacao, Puerto Rico. For the past 15 years, the professionals of Tax Credits International, Inc. (“TCI”) have worked with tech/biotech companies, major film studios, and independent producers, placing nearly $800,000,000.00 in various incentive tax credits with Fortune 500 companies. Through TCI’s exclusive US sales representatives, Tax Credits, LLC and Tax Transfer Corporation, TCI will continue to provide its tax credit placement and incentives services to clients throughout the US.
TCI is uniquely positioned to promote Puerto Rico as an ideal filming location and will manage Puerto Rico TV and film projects from pre-production through monetization of the awarded film tax credits. In addition, TCI will promote Puerto Rico as the optimal location for financial and service companies, and will provide consulting services to Act 20 and Act 22 businesses.
TCI is also pleased to announce that tax attorney Lisa Nadal has joined the Company. Lisa brings a diverse tax and incentive background to the Company and will manage the group’s Act 20 and Puerto Rico film tax credit business development. Prior to joining TCI, Lisa was part of the corporate and tax law practice group at O‘Neill & Borges, LLC. A native of Puerto Rico, Lisa earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, a law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law, and went on to earn her LLM in Tax at the Georgetown University Law Center.
According to Bruce Deichl, president of TCI, “Puerto Rico’s business-friendly infrastructure offers the perfect setting for our tax credit and incentives operations. The opportunities for growth in our core business, as well as new ventures, are limitless. With Lisa now on our team, TCI will provide superior consulting services, from “A to Z”, to studios filming in Puerto Rico, as well as off-shore companies considering Act 20 tax exempt status.”