The impact of permanent establishments for global mobility

A summary of the Frankfurt Chapter Meeting on December 7, 2017.

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Dec 11, 2017
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On December 7 we had our second FEM Frankfurt Chapter Meeting of 2017. Approximately 30 Global Mobility professionals discussed the impact of permanent establishments for global mobility with our presenters, Frank Jura, Melanie Heithausen and Marco Heuer from EY and Renata Koubek from Commerzbank AG.

Before Renata Kloubek gave some interesting practical insights into the topic “Business Travel to HQ”, Melanie Heithausen and Marco Heuer gave some introductional information on permanent establishments such as its definition and potential strategies to ensure compliance in organizations.

We had many valuable and great discussions and received very positive feedback about this event from the participants - many thanks to the audience and the speakers.

You can access the presentation here.

We would like to invite you to participate in one of our upcoming events. Schedule for 2018 will be announced soon on the FEM Frankfurt page.

Want to know more about the Frankfurt Chapter Meeting or receive updates on future events? Please email Marianne Aronsen

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Frank Jura

Executive Director | GSA Immigration Leader, Ernst & Young GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

► Executive Director, Leader of Global Immigration GSA, Ernst & Young Munich ► Over seventeen years of experience in the global mobility industry, worked for several global relocation management companies supporting multinational clients with their global mobility and immigration program. ► Experienced in vendor sourcing and management, account development, transition and implementation. ► Executive master of business administration in innovation and business creation from the Technical University Munich; Diplom-Betriebswirt (BA) and Bachelor of Arts in business administration from the University of cooperative education Mannheim; Chapter Lead at the Forum for Expatriate Management; German native speaker / English business fluent.

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