The impact of the EU data protection regulation for Global Mobility

Experts from EY provided a lively discussion on the new EU data protection regulation at the FEM Frankfurt Chapter Meeting on 25 May, 2018.

May 18, 2018

On May 25th 2018 the new EU data protection regulation will come into force – around 20 Global Mobility experts took this as an occasion for a lively exchange about the topic with our EY specialists at the FEM event in Frankfurt on May 16th 2018.

After a brief introduction by Frank Jura (EY People Advisory Services, Immigration), Julia Wiencke and Claudia Bischoff from the EY Digital Law Team gave a comprehensive overview of the data protection regulation.

They presented interesting case studies and pointed out the new elements, innovations and conditions of the regulation, the regulation´s objectives as well es resulting duties and liability risks. We had many valuable and great discussions and received very positive feedback about this event from our participants. Many thanks to our participants and speakers for the great event!

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

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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