October 1, 2018

Refinitiv and Thomson Reuters invoice submission updates (supplier support information)

As you know, Refinitiv is going through changes as we continue our separation from Thomson Reuters. While our transition continues, please bookmark this website to stay up-to-date about any updates on instructions regarding POs and invoicing.

If your purchase order is dated before 30th September, 2017 and/or if your country is not listed here, you will be required to submit a non-Ariba invoice. To avoid delay to the payment of your invoice, please ensure you follow the instructions on 'How to submit non Ariba Invoices' closely. If the non-Ariba invoice submission does not comply with the requirements listed below, our Accounts Payable team will return the invoice to the supplier for revision.

The table below contains a list of previous Thomson Reuters’ entity names with Refinitiv’s updated entity names and invoice processing locations. We ask that you immediately make the required updates in your accounting and invoicing systems to ensure our ability to pay invoices without interruption. Failure to do so may result in invoices being rejected, affecting the timeliness of payments.

Additionally, we have included each entity’s Preferred Invoice Submission Method in the table below. We are committed to receiving invoices in a way that is convenient for you. However, we ask that you submit invoices according to the preference expressed in the table below. This will help us pay your invoices in the shortest amount of time possible.