September 12, 2013

Thomson Reuters Team Members Recognized for Innovation, Leadership

NEW YORK - Four Thomson Reuters leaders were recognized in CPA Practice Advisor’s “40 Under 40” competition.

Characterized as technically savvy, trendy, innovative, creative and flexible, nominees represent some of the accounting profession’s best and brightest talent under the age of 40.

“The Tax and Accounting team at Thomson Reuters is dedicated to developing cutting-edge solutions for multinational corporations, governments, and accounting firms,” said Brian Peccarelli, president of the Tax & Accounting business at Thomson Reuters. “It is only fitting that a technology solution provider is recognized for its next-generation approach and innovation. We are proud to have so many of our emerging leaders recognized.”

Each year, CPA Practice Advisor gathers nominations from vendors, consultants, thought leaders, peers and clients and identifies 40 professionals under 40 who are making a difference within the accounting field. This year’s “40 Under 40” winners from Thomson Reuters are:

  • Brian Tully, vice president & head of ONESOURCE Transfer Pricing.
  • Adam Kupperman, vice president & head of ONESOURCE Firm Edition.
  • Jordan Kleinsmith, product manager, CS Professional Suite, enterprise segment.
  • Louie Calvin, product manager, CS Professional Suite, Accounting CS.

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