Emerging International Relocation Programs
Issues, Risks, and Best Practices
Come join a panel of experts that will discuss this topic from their perspectives and share their experiences. The meeting style will be an open exchange of questions and ideas.
- Policy development
- Assignment contract design
- Corporate risk
- Payroll implications
- Destination service needs, and many more!
Who should attend: Anyone touching the International Relocation process including but not limited to corporate recruiters, HR professionals, foreign employees, tax directors, those responsible for payroll, and anyone dealing with international corporate risk.
Panel of experts include:
Carol-Ann Simon, Perkins & Co. – Shareholder, Expatriate Taxation
Over 20 years’ experience advising companies with globally mobile employees, and assisting their employees with global tax compliance and planning
Gary P. Tober, Garvey, Schubert, Barer Law (Seattle) – Owner
Gary P. Tober has been practicing law for over thirty-five years. His practice encompasses business, transaction and international tax advice. Mr. Tober advises U.S. and foreign corporations, partnerships and individuals in tax and business planning matters. He regularly consults with clients on the potential tax implications for cross-border operations.
Banfield Pet Hospitals -- Manager, Immigration Program, People & Organization Department
Joe Willis- NIKE,
Americas Mobility Manager
Delayne Hill Romson, International Expatriate Consulting, Inc.
Ms. Romson has been actively working in the industry since 1986. Prior to forming her own company in 1995, she held an International (Global Mobility) and Immigration management position with a very progressive global relocation department with a Fortune 500 multi-national corporation.