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Directors have long been contending with rising responsibilities and job demands in a highly complex and regulated business environment, and, yet, last year, in the midst of this, compensation seemed to be leveling off," said Randy Ramirez, a senior director in the Global Employer Services Practice at BDO.
CFOs are no longer just the keeper of the numbers, but instrumental to executing the broad business strategy, from growth through acquisitions and maximizing existing assets, to navigating an increased financial and industry-specific regulatory environment," said Randy Ramirez, senior director in the Global Employer Services Practice.
The event was organised by Deloitte's Global Employer Services team, and led by Joanne Haslehurst, partner of the International Assignment Services (IAS) group.
It is likely that misalignment is the result of unfocused, unstructured approaches to global mobility," explains Gardiner Hempel, a partner in Deloitte Tax LLP's Global Employer Services service line.
Ian Stone, global employer services partner at Deloitte Cardiff, said, "In 2002, taxation of employees' company car benefit changed to an emissions basis and the percentage of diesel cars sold increased from around 20% to over 60%.
CPA, GPHR, is a partner in the Global Employer Services (GES) practice of Deloitte Tax LLP.
Organised by Deloitte's Global Employer Services team, and led by Joanne Haslehurst, a director in the International Assignment Services group, the seminar focused on short-term international mobility and the complex corporate tax implications of individuals working overseas.
Gross , Senior Manager, Global Employer Services Tax Practice of Deloitte Tax LLP will speak at the Knowledge Congress' webcast entitled: "403 (b) Plans FORM 5500 Schedule C: New Compliance Challenges".