Baltimore Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter
Strategies to reduce expatriate health risks and health insurance costs
Join us for our next event, even if you are an experienced administrator you will find this session useful.
Peter Hindmarsh, Gold Circle Benefits, Inc.
In today’s challenging economic climate, employers need to ensure that the optimum support services are in place to maximize assignment success, while being mindful of restricted, or even reduced budgets. This session will present a case study and several practical ideas to help HR fulfill these two conflicting requirements in the often-overlooked area of expatriate benefits. Key points that will be presented include:
1. How to reduce the risk of a health issue interrupting an assignment or impacting employee productivity;
2. How to determine which insurance carrier will best service the needs of your particular group of assignees;
3. How to reduce the cost of expatriate benefits without sacrificing coverage levels or essential healthcare support services.
“Peter Hindmarsh is President of Gold Circle Benefits, Inc. an international brokerage and consultancy firm that focuses exclusively on helping emerging and mid sized multinational employers with the complex issues surrounding international benefit insurance for expatriates and local national employees. Prior to establishing Gold Circle Benefits Mr. Hindmarsh worked with insurance companies such as CIGNA International and consulting firms such as Mercer in both the U.S and Europe. During his 20+ year career he has developed and managed benefit plans for numerous Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, NGO's and government entities. Mr. Hindmarsh is a graduate of Leeds University in the U.K. and also holds the Diploma in International Employee Benefits from the International Employee Benefits Association. He has taught continuing education classes on the topic of international benefits and speaks regularly to business and employer groups."Hosted by:
Maureen Flood, Deloitte Tax LLP
The event address is:
1750 Tysons Boulevard, McLean, VA
FEM DC events are free to all in-house Global Mobility professionals, 'in transition' professionals and professional association personnel.
Service providers who are paid members of the FEM can attend for $150. FEM membership costs just $550 annually for each Chapter location. Further information can be obtained from: www.totallyexpat.com or email email@example.com or Monica Boner at Secor Group 1-202.797.5613