BREAKFAST MEETING - 8:00AM START FOR BREAKFAST, FOLLOWED BY PRESENTATION FROM 8:30AM-9:30AM
For this meeting we are delighted to welcome Carl Hansen, International Director of BWCI Group in the Channel Islands, to talk about international pension plans for mobile employees. What makes for a successful pension solution for this important group of employees, what opportunities and risks might international pension plans present for companies, and what are the alternatives?
The session will focus on practical considerations, including case studies, and cover the challenges and latest thinking for companies with mobile employees. The session will also be an opportunity to consider some of the tax issues, including recent UK tax changes affecting foreign schemes arising from the Autumn Statement and Spring Budget.
Please join us for an interesting and informative update on this topic. No registration is required.
Joint event between IEBA Switzerland and the Groupement des Entreprises Multinationales (GEM). The title is "Benefits - Why, how and for whom?".
Agenda and directions are attached.
Deloitte and ABN AMRO will share their approach and experience on reward design and drivers.
We focus on how to build a strategic framework and create custimization and segmentation and we will share 7 tips on porduct segmentation leaving you with some hands-on material.
As design and innovation is a continuous effort, we expect to have a highly interactive workshop with active participation of everyone.
Before finishing the session with drinks, Deloitte will show us how innovation within benefits could look like.
Registration from 15:30-16:00
Start at 16:00, finishing around 18:30
Venue: Deloitte - Wilhelminakade 1 - 3072 AP ROTTERDAM
Please register by sending an e-mail to Huub Olthof ([email protected] ) and state your licence plate in case you require a parking space.
1. Global Benefits Governance - From the perspective of a Swedish Multinational.
Tomas Nilsson Rofes, VP Compensation and Benefits Sandvik
2. Expatriate products and challenges in a changing world.
Henrik Höök from Scania, Paul Cutter from Euroben, Vigdis Haug from ScanRisk.
3. Global insurance and risk issues. The world map seen from the insurance side.
Why the understanding of global risk is important for multinational employers?
Mauro Dugulin, CEO Maxis Network
Annual Dinner - Grand Hotel - IEBA members only
Time is Eastern Daylight Time
Will focus on a global benefits topic that was highlighted as being of interest at our in person meeting in the fall of 2016. Format will consist of a presentation by a subject matter expert, followed by a case study from a company that has or is in the process of addressing the topic in question.
This is our annual in person IEBA USA branch meeting.
Subjects will include a range of global benefits topics and speakers, plus ample time for networking. Likely will plan a dinner the evening before.