Amsterdam Conference - Maxine Ansah of Kearney shares her thoughts on how to maximise the value of your Global Mobility Program

Maxine will be speaking at our forthcoming Amsterdam Conference. Here's a small taster of what she will be sharing with delegates

Maxine Ansah, Director, Global Employment and Mobility Tax, Kearney, will be delivering a mobility masterclass session at FEM Amsterdam Conference on 5th March at Hotel Okura.

In anticipation of her session at FEM's Amsterdam Global Mobility Conference, FEM's Global Director of Content & Events, Claire Tennant-Scull, asked Maxine a few brief questions to find out what she is looking forward to discussing and sharing when we hear from her at Hotel Okura on 5th March.

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CTS:
How do you think Global Mobility is changing in the EMEA region?

Maxine Ansah (MA):
The whole industry is very dynamic but especially in EMEA the changes have been significant. Brexit, increasing EU regulations such as GDPR and restrictive immigration policies will continue to influence Global Mobility program management in Europe. Middle East and Africa continues to be of business interest to many companies. This therefore presents an increasing number of host destinations for assignments but not without unique challenges such as safety and security concerns, ambiguous tax and immigration frameworks and uncertain employment legislation. 

CTS:
What are the three main challenges Global Mobility Professionals face?

Maxine Ansah (MA):
1. Balancing the increasing need for enhanced assignee experience with the ever present need for managing cost to the firm continues to present a challenge for GM professionals. This includes managing programs to cater to the diverse needs of various demographic groups  
2. Global mobility professionals need to navigate through external VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) forces such as protectionist immigration policies and increasing tax regulations etc 
3. Digitisation continues to impact the industry at a much faster pace than ever before 

CTS:
Who would you recommend attend your Mobility Masterclass 'How to Maximise the Value of your Global Mobility Program' ? 

Maxine Ansah (MA):
The Masterclass would benefit anyone working in Mobility especially Mobility and Tax professionals, External Service Providers, and HR Managers

CTS:  
What do you think are the benefits of attending FEM Amsterdam?

Maxine Ansah (MA):
It is a great opportunity to engage with other professionals in the industry, exchange ideas, share knowledge, inspire and be inspired to make program improvements. All this in a great location: Amsterdam!

Bring your questions for Maxine at our Amsterdam Global Mobility Conference, Thursday, 5th March.

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Nana Ansah about 1 month ago

Keep up the great work Maxine!