A light at the end of America's fatca tunnel?

A "glimmer of hope" has emerged in the US for reform of the controversial Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (Fatca), which has caused extensive financial headaches for millions of American foreign assignees and even prompted 7,000-plus expats to renounce their US citizenships.

UK house price growth picks up again

Oil price drops below $50 as Opec production climbs

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European stars shine at Re:locate Awards 2014/15

Mainland Europe was well represented among the Re:locate Awards 2014/15 winners, who received their stunning crystal trophies at a gala dinner held in the elegant surroundings of the Institute of Directors, in London’s Pall Mall, in May.

Sharing personal data: Millennials in the information age

Intercultural Competence needed at the top

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.

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UK arrivals board

MAC review of Tier 2, UK

Re:locate readers are urged to respond. On 10 June, the Home Secretary commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to conduct a review of the Tier 2 immigration route. It is vital that global mobility professionals, across HR, suppliers, immigration lawyers and business leaders, make their views known.
Graphic of families against world map

Salary threshold rise for Singapore's Dependant's Pass

From 1 September, overseas workers in Singapore looking to bring dependants into the country will now need to earn S$5,000 per month, according to the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
Nurses and doctor in operating theatre

UK health chief attacks ‘frustrating’ recruitment of foreign nurses

The head of one of the UK's leading hospitals has attacked the "distracting, frustrating and expensive" process of having to recruit large numbers of nurses from overseas.
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Serviced Apartments

Serviced apartments: Developments and trends in Europe

This is an exciting time for Europe’s serviced apartments scene, with continuing growth and a number of new openings. Re:locate reports on the latest trends, hotspots, news and views.
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David Sapsted Reports

Asian boost to HSBC profits as Brazilian bank is sold

Profits at HSBC leapt ten per cent in the first half of this year to $13.6 billion, more than a billion dollars ahead of market expectations.
Indian factory owner

Europe and India see manufacturing boost, but there’s less joy for China

The news on manufacturing in the latest purchasing managers' indices (PMI) reflected disappointing data from China but more encouraging signs from Europe and India.
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.
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Think-tank sees slowdown in global economic growth

A leading UK think-tank has downgraded its forecast for growth in the global economy for the next two years because of a slowdown in emerging economies and weaknesses in some developed nations.
Oil production

Oil price drops below $50 as Opec production climbs

Oil dropped below $50 per barrel on Monday, bringing it to its lowest price since January.
North sea oil platform

North Sea oil production up despite weak price

Oil and gas production on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) appears to be up, despite unfavourable conditions created by the depressed oil price.
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