Join us on Friday 25th April (10am-4pm) in London at Squire Patton Boggs, 7 Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4YH
Free to Expat Academy members
£600 + VAT to non-members
This Intermediate training is a one-day technical course for in-house Global Mobility professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience. The course covers immigration, tax, employment law and assignee compensation methodology and features numerous case studies.
Attendees have opportunities throughout the day to delve into each technical area to build on their global mobility knowledge.
What will you learn?
Tier 2 sponsorship compliance – We will guide you through the key aspects of preparing for a Home Office compliance visit using a case study to highlight common sponsor duty pitfalls. Annabel Mace, Squire Patten Boggs
Tax – Working through three case studies to highlight the more complex issues arising in relation to tax, social security and reporting implications from both UK and European headquartered companies. Zoe Cuthbert, BDO
AIRINC – With the use of case studies, AIRINC will look at spendable income, clarifying what it is and what it is not, look at it in the context of a balance sheet and give an overview of how home/host spendable income is calculated and the factors that impact it. They will cover COLA and provide guidance on how to articulate COLA changes to assignees. They will also cover location allowance and when it should be paid. Kay Hall and Emily Stewart, AIRINC
Saying Goodbye – We will look at the employment law elements of ending expat relationships in the UK including a case study addressing both practical issues and documentary requirements. Annabel Mace, Squire Patton Boggs
If you or one of your team would benefit from this day focused on building their technical global mobility knowledge, book a place by emailing our team.