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We are pleased to announce that yesterday Thomson Reuters acquired Cleardocs Pty Ltd. Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Cleardocs will be aligned with the Tax and Accounting business in Australia.
You can be sure of business as usual throughout the transition:
We are delighted by the opportunity the acquisition represents for you, for Cleardocs, and for Thomson Reuters.
For more about the natural fit between Cleardocs and Thomson Reuters - with an outline of how Cleardocs customers will benefit from the acquisition - you can read a blog post from the Cleardocs founder and former managing director, Christopher Balmford, here. The post includes a more personal message.
Our CEO, Lisa Galbraith will continue in her role.
Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.
With headquarters in New York and major operations in London and Eagan, Minnesota, Thomson Reuters employs more than 50,000 people in 93 countries.
In Australia and New Zealand Thomson Reuters focuses on delivering accurate, relevant and timely information and information management solutions for legal, tax and accounting businesses, professionals, academics and students.
Our customers look to us to meet an expanding range of information needs through:
Cleardocs will be a great asset to our already strong offering of information and software products and services in the tax and accounting market in Australia.
The legal information and commentary on this site is general only. Documents ordered through Cleardocs affect the user's legal rights and liabilities. To assess their suitability for the user, legal accounting and financial advice must be obtained.