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Tax & Tech Talks


Tax & Tech Talks explores the evolving intersection of tax and technology. Our array of respected industry hosts dives into each episode as they explore current issues or topics, allowing listeners to gain a deeper understanding and new perspectives in tax and tech. We chat with top subject matter experts and industry leaders as we break down these top-of-mind topics.

Jul 27, 2020

How should corporate tax departments resolve talent acquisition and management challenges?  Listen to Solution Consultant, Juniper Wilder and host Bianca Kuijper as they discuss strategies to address this difficult and persistent question.  

Episode Notes

In this episode, our host Bianca Kuijper, Director of Direct Tax and Trends for Pricing Propositions at Thomson Reuters, discusses talent acquisition and management in corporate tax departments with Juniper Wilder, Solution Consulting Lead for Strategic National Accounts at Thomson Reuters. In this role her responsibilities include supporting and training her team to allow them to demonstrate the value and capabilities of the ONESOURCE suite.

Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Juniper was a member of the Corporate Tax Department at various public and private multinational companies, most recently a Senior Manager of International Tax, where she was responsible for international tax planning, compliance, global provision, and operational transfer pricing reengineering initiatives.

Juniper received her undergraduate degree in accounting from the University at Albany.

The discussion centers around a recently published 2020 Corporate Tax Departments Survey, which was conducted by Thomson Reuters and Acritas. The report takes a deep look into the current challenges that face corporate tax departments that require a team with both tax and tech skills and what is needed to resolve these challenges.

Key Topics:

  • Are tax teams under-resourced?
  • Teaching tax vs teaching technology
  • Adjusting in times of change

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Disclosure: Thomson Reuters recently acquired Acritas.