Reminder: Third meeting of the FEM's Nordic chapter in Stockholm on Thursday 23 May 2019

The FEM Nordic Chapter is hosting it's annual event in Stockholm, where we will tune in on the challenges of having an international flexible workforce with many different types of assignments to manage. Meet below the speakers from AirInc and Crowe.

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We look forward welcoming everyone with interest in Global Mobility for our 3rd event in Stockholm.


The event will take place at the centrally-located building of Crowe Sweden in Stockholm at Alströmergatan 20, 112 47 Stockholm and refreshments will be available.

Please register here:

Costs: In-House for free

Suppliers: 85€

Meet our speakers: AIRINC AND CROWE GLOBAL:

AIRINC has for over 60 years, provided 1000+ clients with the high quality data, cutting-edge technology, and thought-leading advice needed to help organizations of all sizes more effectively deploy talent worldwide. AIRINC solutions combine data, insight and technology to give you the insights you need to confidently deploy talent worldwide.

At FEM Nordics' chapter meeting in Stockholm, AIRINC will explore the various types of cross border mobility from traditional assignment types to a shift towards a more flexible workforce and the implications that organisations should consider.

Michael Joyce, Senior Director, Client Solutions EMEA

Michael joined AIRINC in 2012 and is engaged in business development and advisory activities across EMEA Region.  He has led many global mobility and compensation consulting projects across Europe, Middle East, Africa, and the USA.

Prior to joining AIRINC, Michael spent six years in senior consultancy roles and before that eight years in corporate senior compensation and benefits and global mobility management roles with an EMEA remit.

He has a BA (Hons) Degree in Business Administration and is a member of the UK Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.


Crowe Global is a tax, audit and advisory professional services network with over 42,000 professionals in 130 countries. Crowe assists multinational clients working across borders to make smart decisions that creating lasting value. Our leaders work with governments, regulatory bodies and industry groups to shape the future of the profession worldwide. Overseen by our Global Mobility Services Committee and developed for the benefit of our clients, Global Mobility services is key global service offering. 

There continues to be significant increase in cross border employee movements. Not only has there been a rise in the number of cross border and regional roles, there has also been an increase in the number of informal ‘mobility’ arrangements such as commuter roles. Formal mobility continues to be essential in the tactical servicing of clients and customers and strategic drivers such as market entry and talent development. These movements bring with them changes in compliance obligations in a number of disciplines. 

Technology has also had an important impact on the way employees work. Technology has enabled the options of homeworking, which doesn’t necessarily need to be done in the same country!  In turn, these changes have impacted and adjusted the way we provide global mobility risk and cost mitigation. 

This session will focus on the changing compliance obligations and considerations across many disciplines that arise with employee mobility. We will demonstrate the Crowe track my trip (TmT) application which enables employees to track their business trips through the use of GPS technology and enables tracking and visibility for our clients and their businesses. The difference TmT brings to market is a new low cost tracking option which provides full flexibility on tracking options.


Oona Culmer, Senior Executive, Global Mobility Services, Crowe Global.

Oona Culmer is a senior executive based in London and is part of Crowe’s Business Development team with a specialist focus on Mobility. 

Oona has over 5 years’ experience in global mobility of which over 4 years were spent within the Mobility tax team at EY. Over the years Oona has worked with a variety of clients from the middle market to large FTSE 100/multinational engagements servicing the needs of their globally mobile employees.

Her background includes global coordination for multinational clients ensuring class leading global tax compliance and service delivery. Oona specialises in managing the transition of global mobility tax services for clients moving services from one tax provider to another.


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