CCH Names Mackintosh Executive Vice President & General Manager of Tax

CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business announced on April 16, 2012, that Teresa Mackintosh has been named Executive Vice President & General Manager of Tax, effective immediately. In this position, Mackintosh will head CCH's Tax business unit serving the needs of tax professionals in accounting firms with innovative, integrated, customer-focused solutions. Mackintosh will report to CCH North America President and CEO Mike Sabbatis. CCH is part of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting, a global provider of tax, accounting and audit information, software, and services. 
 
"I'm very pleased to welcome Teresa to CCH and our leadership team," said Sabbatis. "With her vision for serving the profession, broad experience as an industry leader, and deep customer insight, she's a great fit for CCH and the advancements we're driving in the profession. Teresa will help further support CCH as a market leader as we continue to invest in innovative, best-in-process solutions that are core to our customers' success."
 
"I couldn't be more excited than to join CCH at this time," said Mackintosh. "CCH has a clear vision for advancing the profession and has demonstrated continued commitment with recent investments in the space. I'm pleased to be part of an organization that's dedicated to innovation and serving professionals in important new ways."
 
As the Executive Vice President & General Manager of Tax, Mackintosh will head CCH's largest business line, leading Tax Product Development, Tax Technology, Product Management for software and content, Sales, and Tax Operations.
 
Mackintosh joins CCH from Thomson Reuters, where she served as General Manager/Senior Vice President of Indirect, Property & Trust, where she ran business units that served corporate customers across a diverse domain tax set. Prior to this role, Mackintosh held a series of executive leadership roles in the tax and accounting market, including General Manager/Senior Vice President of Americas Professional, where she led a business unit serving US-based accounting firms of all sizes with software such as tax compliance, accounting, practice management, and web services. 
 
Mackintosh, CPA, CITP, earned both a bachelor's degree and an MBA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
 
Source: CCH Press Release

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