FEM Munich Chapter Meeting 28/11/2019

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Forum for Expatriate Management - Munich Chapter

EU Posted Worker Directives - Are you ready to implement the new regulations?

We cordially invite you to the next FEM event at EY Munich in cooperation with SantaFe Relocation.

Please register here

Regulations on the topic of EU Posted Workers are among the "hot topics" in the field of Global Mobility and constantly demand our attention through the latest adjustments and the deadline for implementation on July 29, 2020.

Your Chapter Lead Frank Jura (Santa Fe Relocation) will guide you through the event. At the beginning, Ernst & Young's Bärbel Kuhlmann (Partner, Law) and Thorsten Koch (Director, People Advisory Services) will introduce in detail the adjustments of the EU directives as well as the associated challenges, and point out possible solutions.

For the subsequent panel discussion on Posted Workers, we invited a group of experienced Global Mobility experts from various industries for Best Practice Sharing.

The subsequent "get-together" offers the opportunity for further exchange on the topic of liking among drinks and snacks.


Michael Gschwandtner (Ernst & Young), Partner Global Mobility
Frank Jura (Santa Fe Relocation), Director Immigration & DSP (Germany & Switzerland)

Bärbel Kuhlmann (Ernst & Young), Partner Law
Thorsten Koch, (Ernst & Young), Director People Advisory Services
Global Mobility Experts from different industries

Date: Thursday, November 28, 2019


15:30 - 16:00 Registration and welcome
16:00 - 18:30 Lectures
18:30 - 20:00 Networking with drinks and snacks
Location: Ernst & Young GmbH Munich, Arnulfstr. 59, 80636 München 

Please register here

• Complimentary to Corporate HR.
• €120 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of €400

Frank Jura

Managing Director Germany and Austria , CIBTvisas & Newland Chase

With more than 20 years in HR Global Mobility and Immigration, he brings extensive industry knowledge to CIBT. Prior joining CIBT Frank worked in professional services and relocation management firms where he held various leadership roles in operations, consulting and client management, supporting corporate clients across different sectors. Frank is highly committed to deliver value and exceptional services to our customers and corporate clients. He regularly leads thought leadership initiatives and he is a frequent speaker at client events. Frank holds a Master’s Degree of the Technical University Munich.

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