Managing Risk and Compliance in an Uncertain World
So much has changed around the world in the last 12 months. How can Global Mobility professionals plan, and manage the risk and compliance issues?
Join us as our panel of experts discuss:
- How is risk defined and how exposed to it is your organisation?
- What are the greatest concerns? Are they financial, operational, reputational or simply the security and safety of employees?
- The operational and planning challenges of moving employees to developing countries, especially at short notice
- Managing and ensuring immigration compliance for cross-border employees
- How to communicate and co-ordinate action across the business
- As tax goes digital, how do you integrate the reporting of tax, social security and immigration - enable your assignees to be compliant - and make it easy for them to get on with their day jobs?
During the session we will also provide you with an exclusive preview of FEM's latest Policy in Practice Report of the same name, which will not be officially published until our Houston conference in February.
We will share some of the surprising findings of our survey into the current state of global mobility policies covering security and safety, immigration and tax compliance, business travel and acclimatisation. We will also reveal how organisations identify risk – what are seen as their greatest concerns – and how they can be addressed.
Sarah Dyce, Partner, People Advisory Services at EY
Sarah is a People Advisory Services partner specialising in Global Mobility and helping clients manage their workforce and navigate global tax compliance. Over the last few years Sarah has worked with her counterparts around the world to understand and anticipate the implications of digitisation of tax and review the opportunities presented.
Steve Wade, Executive Director, People Advisory Services at EY
Steve Wade is an Executive Director in the People Advisory Services Practice of EY, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. He has nearly 30 years of experience of advising multi-national companies and their employees on the employment and personal tax and social security implications of international assignments. Steve, as well as representing EY, works with both the CIOT and the ICAEW on HMRC’s agent strategy and the move to digital tax accounts
Mustafa Bharmal, Director, Global Mobility Services at Honeywell
Mustafa joined Honeywell’s Global Mobility Services team in 2007 as Project Assignment Manager for the EMEA region. He was an EMEA Leader role before, being appointed GMS Director, High Growth Regions in 2015. He is responsible for assessing mobility requirements and practices across developing markets and driving cost efficient mobility solutions, with a focus on speed, accuracy and user experience. Mustafa has 17 years of experience working in technology companies with varying cultures and mobility practices. Mustafa also has a particular interest in the management of short-term business traveller compliance.
James Egan, Senior Advisory Partner, Global Immigration at EY
James Egan is an Executive Director at EY People Advisory Services, and specialises in Global Immigration, he will be joining the panel and answering questions raised relating to cross-border employees.
Selina Jones-May, Group Director, Global Mobility at WorleyParsons
Selina has been working as the Group Director, Global Mobility at WorleyParsons since 2015, where she is responsible for the global leadership of the company’s mobility function. A member of the Global People Leadership Team, Selina is currently leading
several global people transformational workstreams covering the areas of mobility, employee benefits and HR vendor sourcing. Selina has 15 years’ experience in the field and began her career in PwC’s expatriate tax practice, before going to PepsiCo in 2010 as the Global Mobility Lead for Europe, and then moving to Lloyd’s Register in 2012 as the Head of Global Mobility.
Ed Sides, Senior Global Mobility Specialist at Statoil
Ed Sides is a Senior Global Mobility Specialist at Norwegian Energy company Statoil. Statoil are one of the largest multinational energy companies in the world with over 20,000 employees operating in over 40 countries globally. With ten years’ experience in the industry, Ed has previously worked in the in-house mobility teams at Citi and Clifford Chance LLP. At Statoil, he is involved in the design and improvement of Statoil’s global mobility policies and processes. His role also involves the development of the mobility team’s reporting and analytics capabilities across Statoil’s global network.
Alex McSporran, Head of Consulting & Training, International SOS and Control Risks
Alex originally joined International SOS and Control Risks as the Regional Security Training Manager for Asia Pacific in 2011 and was predominantly responsible for overseeing the development and delivery of Personal Travel Security Awareness Training for clients travelling in the Asia Pacific region. In July 2013, Alex transitioned into the Regional Security Manager for Asia Pacific position, where he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of travel security consulting in the region including personal security training, evacuation planning and other bespoke travel security related tasks. Prior to joining ISOS and Control Risks, Alex worked for almost a decade in the Australian Intelligence Community where he held a variety of operational and strategic roles both in Australia and on operations including an eight-month deployment to Afghanistan in an operational intelligence role.
Wednesday, 15th February, 2017
8.00AM - 10.00AM
8.00 am Registration and Networking (with breakfast)
8.30 am Presentation from Sarah Dyce at EY
8.45 am Preview of the results of the Policy in Practice Report from Claire Tennant-Scull of FEM
9.00 am Panel Session with advance questions and then further questions from the floor
9.45 am Networking
1 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AF
- Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility programme.
- £100 fee for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350.