Current challenges in Global Mobility: Salary split in payroll and data protection regulation

A summary of the FEM Munich Chapter Meeting April 19th

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On April 19 2018 we had our FEM Chapter Meeting in Munich. Around 30 Global Mobility professionals attended the event where our presenters discussed taxation of German workdays in payroll and the new data protection regulation.

Jessica Schmidt – Senior Manager from EY - and Nadine Lehmann from BMW presented the BMF of 14 March 2017 and the corresponding challenges of work day taxation in payroll and gave some great insights into potential solutions.

Following, Peter Katko from EY gave an introduction into the EU data protection regulation and explained the elements and innovations behind the regulation, which duties and liability risks arise and what are the conditions and goals of the regulation.

We had many valuable and great discussions and received very positive feedback about this event from our participants.

The presentation is available for you here.

*Please note that dates are subject to change

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

Frank Jura

Director Immigration , Santa Fe Relocation Services GmbH

► Director Immigration Germany & Switzerland at Santa Fe Relocation Services ► Over twenty years of experience in the global mobility industry, worked for several global relocation management and immigration 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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