Nearly a year ago, Nancy McKinstry moved from New York to the Netherlands to take over as chair of the executive board of Wolters Kluwer, the company that owns CCH and Aspen Publishers. Her title, equivalent to the position of CEO in the United States, puts her in charge of a multi-billion dollar operation with more than 20,000 employees, and makes her one of the most powerful women in the professional tax and accounting market. It also puts her in command of a company that is trimming almost 1,600 workers and trying to slash costs by about 290 million over three years as it changes from a holding company to an operating company.

McKinstry met with WebCPA in August to discuss her progress in her new position.

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