As Managing Director, Large & Medium Law Firms for Thomson Reuters Legal business, Charlotte Rushton is responsible for ensuring we satisfy the needs of our largest and midsize legal customers.
Charlotte also serves as the executive innovation champion within Thomson Reuters Legal, and was named one of the top “100 Women to Watch” in 2015 by the Financial Times and London Stock Exchange index (FTSE) Female Board in the UK.
Prior to her appointment in 2014, Charlotte was senior vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific and EMEA, for the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. Based in London, she led the Tax & Accounting business operations that serve corporations and accounting firms across the Asia Pacific and EMEA regions.
In 2010, Charlotte opened the Tax & Accounting business’s regional office in Singapore, where she led the team that launched ONESOURCE corporate tax solutions in China, Korea and Taiwan, and ONESOURCE global solutions, including indirect tax, in Australia and New Zealand and across Asia.
Before joining Thomson Reuters in 2007 she was a partner and leader of the business strategy capability for Computer Sciences Corporation where she was responsible for business development and project leadership for business and IT strategy and planning for Fortune 500 and start-up clients.
Charlotte holds a Master’s degree in engineering from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.