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Providing the fastest and most accurate financial market data through Thomson Reuters Eikon, Thomson Reuters Elektron, and more. Connecting the Financial community through Thomson Reuters Eikon Messenger.
Accelerate business performance through our smart risk management solutions; Thomson Reuters Third Party Risk, Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, and more.
Powerful tax and accounting solutions for corporations to make your work easier, faster and more profitable.
Legal solutions that integrate content, expertise and technology, including Westlaw India and Practical Law.
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Our academic solutions foster learning and aid research within your science departments, business programs, financial trading labs, law schools and libraries.
Helping governments deliver services more efficiently and promote smart government initiatives (Smart Cities).
With an unrivaled vantage point across markets and industries, Thomson Reuters helps you position your growing corporation to better navigate complex markets as an integrated, global force.
In the spotlight
Thomson Reuters is a global leader providing tax technology solutions to corporations around the world in a number of key areas including Corporate Tax, Finance, Accounting, Pension, Benefits & Payroll. Our teams have developed and implemented Indirect Tax solutions for tax regimes around the globe, including tax planning for Goods and services tax (GST) and Value added tax (VAT). Our comprehensive suite of tax technology solutions equips organizations for speedy GST implementation.
Thomson Reuters and NSDL e-governance will offer an integrated Goods and Services Tax (GST) proposition for large and mid-sized corporations in India. This solution will enable seamless calculation and filing of returns under the new tax regime.
Recent article published on ETCIO.com by Vinay Sethi, Head of Market Development for Global Tax, Thomson Reuters (India)
Recent article published in Business Standard by Phil Cotter, MD for risk & supply chain at Thomson Reuters