Wolters Kluwer CEO Nancy McKinstry expresses the concerns of her company’s clients over trade war concerns.
Tariffs levied around the world in 2018 now total more than $165 billion, and according to the European Union Chamber of Commerce, the import taxes are beginning to have an impact on the bottom lines of many global companies.
But one company that’s receiving some fringe benefits from the tariffs is Wolters Kluwer, a Dutch company that works with firms across 180 countries, providing everything from tech services to tax consulting. Some of their biggest clients include Walmart, Microsoft and the Internal Revenue Service.
“For us, we’re a company that benefits from any kind of change,” Wolters Kluwer CEO Nancy McKinstry said during an interview with FOX Business’ Liz Claman on Tuesday