Rachael Singh, Accountancy Age, Wednesday 29 September 2010 at 10:21:00

Thomson Reuters' tax division opens offices in Singapore with the aim ofexpanding into China, Japan and India

Tax and accounting software provider Thomson Reuters has opened up a regionalheadquarters in Singapore.

Tax and accounting executive Charlotte Rushton has been named senior vicepresident and managing director of the new office. She will also haveresponsibility for the tax and accounting division of Australia and New Zealandand is tasked with growing the business in other regions including India, Japanand China.

She will report to Brian Peccarelli, who was recently appointed president ofthe newly created workflow & service solutions unit within the tax andaccounting division.

"Multinational corporations and accounting firms in the Asia-Pacific regionneed to manage the growing complexities associated with new and increasinglysophisticated tax regulations evolving in major economies in the region, such asChina, Japan and India," said Peccarelli.

"We are committed to assisting these customers by providing a full suite oftax and accounting software, research, and training solutions."

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