What is your Brexit People Strategy?
Brexit will have significant implications for U.S. multinationals doing business in the UK, requiring decision making around their UK business operations and workforce needs. Companies considering a move of their operations from the UK must evaluate the feasibility of other locations.
Critical to this decision making will be workforce requirements including a clear understanding of immigration issues; employee relocation considerations and costs; talent management; labor costs; and the resulting multi-jurisdictional tax implications. Given the breadth and complexity of these issues, it is imperative that organizations begin to assess their people needs now and develop a plan of action.
The clock is ticking! Based on the most recent Brexit negotiations, the UK will exit the EU sometime between March 29, 2019, and, December 21, 2020.
Please join us for a discussion on formulating your Brexit people strategy and keeping your organization’s global workforce secure through these unprecedented times.
A brief update on US Tax Reform will also be provided and we will review and discuss any legislative updates/clarifications. Additionally, we will look at how multinational companies are reacting including the results of the most recent KPMG Spot Survey around Tax Reform.
Michael Bussa, Partner at KPMG - Global Mobility Services Tax
Michael is a Partner in KPMG’s Global Mobility Services Tax practice and is the U.S. leader for Global Reward Services. He has more than 32 years of experience advising organizations in the structuring, implementation and, tax and regulatory compliance of global incentive compensation programs. Michael is responsible for a broad range of U.S. multi-national clients, and has extensive experience with a wide variety of complex global incentive compensation matters including design and implementation; feasibility analysis, tax and regulatory due diligence; compliance risk assessment and controversy assistance; analytics-driven program process improvement initiatives to drive efficiency, cost reduction and enhanced end-user experience; corporate tax planning and structuring; global payroll implementation and compliance; merger and acquisition due diligence; US GAAP/IFRS analysis; PMO implementation and rollout and, employee education.
Thursday, April 12
11:30AM - 02:00PM
51 John F. Kennedy Parkway
Short Hills, NJ 07078
- Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
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