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Wolters Kluwer appoints Russell Evans Asia Pacific president

Wolters Kluwer, the world's largest provider of tax, accounting and audit information to professionals in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific calls in Evans as Asia Pacific president

Russell Evans has been appointed as President of Wolters Kluwer Tax &
Accounting, Asia Pacific, as of 30 August, 2010.

Evans will report to Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting CEO Kevin Robert.

Before joining Wolters Kluwer, Evans was general manager for Veda Advantage,
where he redesigned the go-to-market customer alignment for Sales, Marketing and
Product Development, with a focus on strategic planning and business segments.

Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting CEO Kevin Robert said: “I am very pleased
that Russell is joining Wolters Kluwer and I am confident that with his
impressive record of driving growth in specialized markets, he’s well positioned
to lead our business in the Asia Pacific region.”

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