A Moving Experience
Like all businesses, we have competitors. Our strength is reflected in an independent and integrated approach.
Comprehensive Portfolio of Services
We pride ourselves on being a one-stop-shop service provider for our clients. Where our competitors often focus on singular areas such as tax or relocation services, we provide and entirely comprehensive service assuring our clients that all their corporate mobility needs are being taken care of.
While many independent audit firms offering similar mobility services as part of their service, regulations are increasingly limiting their ability to providence these services effectively. Executive Mobility Group is not part of an audit firm, therefore we are uniquely positioned to facilitate your company’s expansion in a way that many audit firms are precluded from providing.
Outstanding Quality Control
Due to our independence we can hand pick our associates in each jurisdiction, and we take extremely great care in doing so based on one factor: quality. Unlike large international firms who are obliged to use the same vendor groups, and force their clients into doing the same, Executive Mobility Group allows our clients to enjoy the freedom to use only the vendor that really meets the need of their enterprise. We find the best, so you do not have to.
Our independence allows us to create small, purpose-specific teams, tailor-made to suit the needs of each client. This waste-free approach to team building translates into highly competitive rates, as well as a more streamlined and efficient service.
Global HR & Mobility Market Updates
Last week news: the latest update on the global HR & Mobility Market
– Netherlands and Switzerland sign minutes to alter tax treaty
– Netherlands signs new tax treaty with Ireland
– Tax filing and payment deadlines for individuals – extended in Argentina
The UK Migration Advisory Committee recommends large increase in Shortage Occupation List
The release of the recent Migration Advisory Committee report is yet another tangible piece of analysis that calls into question the economic wisdom of Britain’s decision to leave the EU.