London hosts the Forum for Expatriate Management’s 2019 Global Mobility Summit next month with Brexit and immigration high on the agenda for the two-day event.

Bringing together global mobility professionals, HR specialists and industry experts, the FEM’s Summit offers delegates interactive workshop sessions, corporate-only roundtables, panel discussions and case studies, and masterclasses from senior global mobility leaders.

The two-day event takes place at the InterContinental Hotel O2 on 20-21 November and is free for practising in-house HR and global mobility professionals and culminates in the EMMAs, the Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards, which celebrate innovation, best practice, rising stars and outstanding individuals.

Claire Tennant-Scull, global director of content and events at Forum for Expatriate Management, said: “At FEM we welcome an increasing number of HR generalists to our events because almost every organisation now has business travellers and employees who develop their careers through international experience.

“Of course that movement brings great benefits to a business, but also carries serious risks, so we have experts in immigration, tax, health and security risk as well as senior professionals from top global companies who generously share advice and best practice.”