Ellisons Solicitors collaborated with five European based firms from our international alliance (Alliott Group) to sponsor the Expat Academy’s European Super-Huddle in Amsterdam.
The conference brought alliance’s experts in tax, social security, immigration, payroll and compliance advisory services together with approximately 100 global mobility and HR directors from an impressive range of public and private companies who face challenges in ensuring their global mobility programmes remain compliant and ahead of the game in a fast-changing global business world.
Luc Lamy, EMEA Chair of Alliott Group/Global Mobility and Partner at Tax Consult in Belgium, comments: “We have seized the opportunity to partner with The Expat Academy and their vibrant community of global mobility professionals to ensure a successful conference. Our tax and immigration experts will be sharing our local and cross border expertise with attendees during roundtable discussions and from our booth in the networking area. We plan to ensure that as many clients and industry vendors as possible become aware of Alliott Group as a name they can trust and of our members’ ability to offer dynamic and responsive solutions to the diverse but connected challenges they face locally and internationally.”
Alliott Group member firms in Amsterdam inlcuded Alliotts and Ellisons Solicitors (UK), Feher Legal & Tax (Hungary), Tax Consult (Belgium), Audalis (Germany) and Borrie Expatriate Services (Netherlands).
Graeme Kirk, Partner and Head of Immigration adds: “This was our international alliance’s fifth conference sponsorship in the global mobility sector. It gives Ellisons the opportunity to demonstrate the expertise we offer to clients facing compliance and strategic challenges linked to their employees who live and work in different jurisdictions. Together with our Alliott Group colleagues across Europe and the world, we provide seamless, high calibre services to companies entering our country or sending people in and out of different countries for short or extended periods.”