Brazil and Russia are two countries with economies that have experienced increased activity over the past few years. Both countries contain vast potential, with increasingly lucrative markets and abundant natural resources. Unfortunately, many multinationals are finding that the global mobility policies and procedures that they utilize in other locations do not always work well or at all in these two countries. Whether due to local immigration law, or labor and tax law peculiarities in each jurisdiction, many companies are finding that they have to modify their normal methods for administering international assignees. This webinar will highlight some of the challenges and issues that companies will face in Brazil and Russia as they transfer employees in and out of each country, and give HR professionals ideas on how to approach future assignments in each jurisdiction. In addition, the presentation will give an overview of local income and social tax rules that will affect individual assignees in each country. Examples will be provided to highlight points being discussed.
Join Bill Delabar, Director of Global Employment Services, at Deloitte Tax LLP, as he discusses the following topics relating to conducting business in Russia and Brazil:
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Bill Delabar, Director and Practice Leader for the Global Employment Services Group at Deloitte Tax LLP
Bill Delabar is a Director and Practice Leader for the Global Employment Services Group at Deloitte Tax LLP in St. Louis. He has over 25 years experience in assisting companies from a diverse range of industries in managing the tax affairs of their international assignees.
Bill spent nine years living in Belgium and coordinated tax compliance and consulting services for multinational clients located in continental Europe. He was a US expatriate himself for six years and was then localized into the Belgian firm, thereby providing him with a unique understanding, personally and professionally, of the issues faced by both the expatriate employee and their employer.
Bill has made presentations to IOMA, the St. Louis HRMA – International roundtables and the St. Louis Gateway Association of Payroll Professionals monthly meetings on various international tax and HR topics.
He is a Certified Public Accountant in Missouri and serves on the Board and is the Treasurer for the Fathers Support Center St. Louis.
Bill holds a B.S. degree in Agriculture and a Master’s degree in Accountancy from the University of Missouri, Columbia.