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The Outlook for Global Mobility in 2024

This free event offers an excellent opportunity to network with fellow international HR managers and to meet with the ECA team.

Providing an update on global business and industry trends, attend this briefing to gain insights into the mobility landscape and some of the key issues facing IHR managers in Asia today.

Who should attend?

This event is exclusively open to in-house HR professionals responsible for or involved in the management of their company's international assignments.


08:30 - 09:00

Coffee, registration & networking

09:00 - 10:00

The evolution of global mobility in a post-Covid era​
Looking at ECA’s 2023 policy survey data and key events shaping the employee mobility landscape, both globally and in Asia, hear about the key trends and events which have impacted global populations since Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted. 

This session will touch on the following discussion points:

  • Changes in global mobility patterns in 2023; 
  • The adoption of International Remote Work policies and the challenges faced by companies implementing them; 
  • The great inflation of 2022-2023 and whether we will see a return to less cost pressure on mobility in 2024; and 
  • How artificial intelligence has started to impact global mobility management.

Come away from this session with a better understanding of current trends and how they may impact your management of global mobility in 2024.

Test your knowledge of current affairs involving global mobility management and ECA data with this topical quiz.

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break & networking

10:30 - 11:30

ECA’s data updates in 2023 and 2024
Hear about the latest developments in ECA’s data. With a specific focus on the APAC region, discover the key changes associated with critical allowances and benefits provisions as well as the potential compliance challenges to be aware of in 2024. 

This session will touch on the following discussion points:

  • Key changes in assignment related allowances (e.g. COLA and Location (Hardship) Allowances) in locations of note in the region; 
  • Which assignment-related benefit costs have increased most in 2023, or are forecast to do so in 2024, and the reasons why; and 
  • Major changes in immigration, social security and tax legislation that have an impact on managing Global Mobility in the region.

​Quiz results
Find out how well you did in our quiz.

11:30 Wrap-up & close



Lee Quane - Regional Director - Asia 
Lee Quane is ECA's Regional Director of Asia. He is responsible for managing Sales and Client Services in Asia, and provides consultancy to multinational companies in the region. Based in ECA’s Hong Kong office since 2003, Lee previously worked for the company in London, where he managed Location Ratings, co-ordinating research and product development. He also worked closely with multinational organisations on allowance reviews, updates and crisis management.

Mark Harrison- Associate Director - Asia
Mark is ECA's Associate Director of Asia. He is responsible for overseeing Client Services in Asia and provides consultancy to multinational companies in the region. Based in ECA’s Hong Kong office, Mark previously worked for the company in London, where he managed the Remuneration Services team, researching and analysing expatriate salaries around the world.


Venue Details

Grand Hyatt Taipei
2 Songshou Rd, 
Xinyi District, 
Taipei City, 

For a location map, please see here.

Terms & Conditions

Places are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum of two participants per organisation.

Although this event is free to attend a cancellation fee of USD 50 will be charged for cancellations received later than 5 December and for non-attendance on the day.

All cancellations must be made in writing. Substitute delegates may be registered at any time. Due to unforeseen circumstances the programme may change and ECA reserves the right to change the venue and/or speakers.

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