News
UK house to let

Buy to let market thriving despite tax changes

London continues to lead the UK's of buy-to-let property market, but areas outside the capital are growing in popularity, according to the latest half-yearly survey by Barclays Mortgages.

UK mission to South East Asia aims to send trade north

City home price rises expected to hit 10 per cent by year's end

Features
Angel of the North

Summer Budget leaves Northern Powerhouse leaders cold

While Chancellor George Osborne said that with his summer Budget, “we go further in building the Northern Powerhouse”, business leaders have reacted coolly to the lack of further investment.

What do the Budget tax changes mean for business?

Children globally get their voices heard on Listen To Us song

Re:locate magazine Summer 2015 issue

The Summer 2015 issue of Re:locate magazine is out and your printed copy should be landing on your desk anytime now! If you haven't already subscribed, then you do so easily, by clicking here.This is just a small selection of articles from the new issue. In the coming days, we will be publishing more on Re:locate Global, so keep checking the website.

Relocation Sectors
Re:locate Magazine

Re:locate magazine (published March, June, September and November) is the leading independent publication for HR, global managers and relocation professionals.

It covers the full spectrum of international relocation topics, to support those relocating, operating, or setting up operations overseas. Each issue is packed with authoritative, topical features on subjects ranging from international assignment policy and practice to removals, and from education to expat banking, plus coverage of global mobility events. Digital magazines for Asia Pacific, Latin America and Europe are also published quarterly. Register now for your free copies.

Immigration News
Portugal Shield

Portugal: Golden Visa process to be resumed

Portugal’s government on 16 July approved new administrative rules and procedures that will allow authorities to resume the granting of Golden Visas to investors.
Qatar location

Qatar: new Residence Cards introduced

Effective 15 June 2015, the Qatar Ministry of the Interior (MOI) began issuing new residence / ID cards for new and renewing foreign national residents, replacing existing ID cards and passport stickers.
Thai statues

Thailand: Income tax receipt now required for long-term Visa extension

Effective 6 July 2015, the Thai Immigration Bureau at the One Stop Service Centre (OSSC) requires first-time long-term visa extension applicants, employed by companies not registered with the Board of Investment (BOI), to submit proof that monthly personal income tax has been paid.
Show more
David Sapsted Reports
UK house to let

Buy to let market thriving despite tax changes

London continues to lead the UK's of buy-to-let property market, but areas outside the capital are growing in popularity, according to the latest half-yearly survey by Barclays Mortgages.
UK houses

City home price rises expected to hit 10 per cent by year's end

The strength of the UK's economic recovery could see house prices in the nation's 20 biggest cities rising at a rate of 10 per cent by the end of the year, according to the latest report from property analysts Hometrack.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
Show more
Latest Corporate Finance News
UK house to let

Buy to let market thriving despite tax changes

London continues to lead the UK's of buy-to-let property market, but areas outside the capital are growing in popularity, according to the latest half-yearly survey by Barclays Mortgages.
Singapore river

UK mission to South East Asia aims to send trade north

British Prime Minister David Cameron says his trade mission to South East Asia will secure deals worth more than £750 million for UK businesses.
Busy airport departure gate and airside view

Business travel cost trends unpacked in 2016 price outlook

A new joint report into global business travel costs suggests that while stability prevails elsewhere, travellers in Canada and Venezuela will be most affected by airfare fluctuations.
Show more
Relocation Destinations