Madrid Chapter: An Introduction

An introduction to the FEM Madrid Chapter

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Jul 27, 2016
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The Madrid Chapter, founded in 2015, is headed by Sterling. Founded in 1991, Sterling is a provider of global relocation services to some of the world’s leading companies. Sterling’s parent company is UniGroup, a $1.7 billion mobility company with 80 years’ experience in relocation. Through our service delivery hubs in EMEA, the Americas and Asia Pacific, we help clients achieve their business goals by alleviating workforce mobility challenges.

The chapter has garnered support from many industries, particularly the banking industry. The Madrid Chapter holds biannual events that encompass every aspect of global mobility, including immigration, payroll and expense management, relocation, and more. Event attendees range from global mobility analysts to senior management.

Generally, the Madrid Chapter invites industry’s experts to present on relevant global mobility topics, to be followed by an engaging discussion between event attendees and speakers. This year, the Madrid Chapter held an event focused on “International Career Management”, a global mobility trend in Spain at the moment. Specifically, the interactive session included a panel of Experts on International Careers Management as well as a presentation with best practice suggestion.

The second Chapter will take place in September 2016. The event will be an interactive meeting with industry’s expert and the topic will be decided in the next weeks.

Those who may be interested in joining the Madrid Chapter for one of their upcoming events or networking opportunities are welcome to contact Carlos Arroyo for more information.

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Carlos Arroyo

Sales & Relocation Consultant, Sterling

With more than 4 years’ experience in the global mobility industry, Carlos is fully familiar with the different aspects of the industry. He is a Spanish Attorney specialized in Global Mobility Management: Immigration, Tax, Social Security, Labor, Relocation. He works hard to provide a high level of customer service to accounts and assignees and develop strong relationships with HR. In addition to her native Spanish, Carlos speaks English, French, German and Mandarin.

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