The Strategic Proposition for Global Mobility and International HR: Mergers and Acquisitions— Challenges and Best Practices for Successful Integration
Analysts forecast a significant increase in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2018 as industries continue to diversify and change their business strategies to remain competitive. Mobility and HR professionals are expected to drive value pre-merger, during integration and post-merger.
With respect to M&A due diligence, expatriates and cross-border employees are often overlooked, despite the issues being highly complex.
Join us to discuss cross-border mobility and HR strategies to proactively address today’s M&A reality, including the hidden “expatriate” challenges faced during the HR integration process. We’ll share insights on methodologies to approach integration activities related to: international HR policy (compensation, tax and relocation), payroll compliance, expatriate taxation, trailing tax liabilities and unrecovered employee receivables.
Reasons to attend:
- Understand the impact global mobility and international HR professionals can have for successful M&A outcome
- Explore mobility considerations and “expatriate challenges” faced during critical M&A phases
- Discover key takeaways to position global mobility and international HR as strategic stakeholders in the process
We will provide a "Certificate of Completion" for HRCI credits for this session.
Noël Ellison, Partner, KPMG Dallas
Noël is a partner in KPMG’s Global Mobility Services (GMS) tax practice based in Dallas, TX. She has more than 20 years of experience managing expatriate tax compliance services for her global clients, including while on a two-year expatriate assignment with KPMG in Melbourne, Australia. Noël’s industry focus is to assist companies who have a global workforce and need assistance to manage the tax, HR, risk and financial impact of sending employees around the globe. Noël’s expertise is to help companies develop a cohesive strategy around global mobility using best practices and by leveraging technology.
Laurie Jones, Managing Director, KPMG Dallas
Laurie is a managing director in KPMG’s Global Mobility Services (GMS) practice based in Dallas, Texas. She has more than 20 years of Global Mobility experience and serves as the lead transition manager for all new engagements in the Dallas office. In this role, she globally coordinates the initiation process to bring new clients and assignees into the practice. This involves managing the work streams and communications associated with each step in the transition from the former service provider to KPMG.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
11:30AM - 01:00 PM.
Lunch will be provided
Host and location:
North Dallas office building
4201 Spring Valley Rd.
Dallas, TX 75244
1st floor conference room (down the hall from the lobby).
Parking available in the front and back of building.
- Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
- $150 USD for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of $550.