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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.

David Sapsted Reports
international arrivals, Heathrow

Net migration rise leaves Cameron pledge in tatters

Prime Minister David Cameron's “no ifs, no buts” pledge to reduce net migration to the UK to below 100,000 by next year became even more elusive on Thursday when official figures showed the total rose to 260,000 in the year to June.
Scottish saltire and Union Jack

English unhappy as Scots get their ‘Devo-Max’

A government-appointed commission has recommended the Scottish parliament be given power to set income tax rates and bands, and be given power to spend its share of VAT.
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.
Education Explained

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

As part of the Education Explained series, providing information and practical guides, Rebecca Marriage takes a look at applying for a school place in England.

Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the choices for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage examines the International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate.

Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the education options for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage takes a close look at Apprenticeships in England.
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Analysis by Ray Furlong
Oil refinery

Powerhouse economies to profit as oil prices plummet

The price of oil has fallen by more than 20 per cent since June. It sounds like good news for anyone who wants to be mobile, implying as it does cheaper petrol or air fares.
flags of China and USA

China’s economy takes the lead – but the U.S. profits

China has overtaken the United States to become the world’s biggest economy, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Ray Furlong is Multimedia Editor at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. He spent 17 years at the BBC as a World Service presenter and foreign correspondent. For Re:locate he writes exclusive analysis of international affairs.
Latest Corporate Finance News
Cumberland Terrace, London

£10million-plus transactions rise with renewed interest from Russians and Chinese

According Knight Frank’s latest Super-prime London Insight report, the number of super-prime transactions in London has risen notably in 2014 as asking prices have adjusted.
Boris Johnson in Asia

Boris eyes ‘perfect partners’ in South East Asia trip

Boris Johnson, the mayor of London and, perhaps, a future Conservative Party leader, embarked on a six-day trade mission to the Far East on Wednesday aimed at "banging the drum" for London companies.
New Bond Street, London

London and Paris top European stores league

London is the most attractive European location for international retailers' stores, according to a survey of 57 cities across the continent.
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Immigration News
international arrivals, Heathrow

Net migration rise leaves Cameron pledge in tatters

Prime Minister David Cameron's “no ifs, no buts” pledge to reduce net migration to the UK to below 100,000 by next year became even more elusive on Thursday when official figures showed the total rose to 260,000 in the year to June.
US flag and businesspeople

U.S. losing war for talent? Study offers new insights

A collaborative international study by ETH Zurich, Washington and Stanford universities, and LinkedIn, offers unique insights into global migration patterns among professionals since 2000.

Compliance, housing and cost control: biggest concerns, but greater focus expected

Global relocation service provider Cartus’ newly published annual study into the toughest challenges for international mobility managers reports that cost control, housing and compliance issues remain the top three concerns.
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Policy

Talent management – the key to success?

The independent community for international HR and mobility professionals, RES Forum has highlighted the vital importance of talent management to companies and organisations with global ambitions in its Key Trends in Global Mobility 2014.

EuRA on trend

Attended by a record number of delegates – 670, from over 50 countries – this year’s EuRA conference was held in Edinburgh.

Recruitment – the war for talent goes virtual

Adopting more innovative recruitment practices is high on the wishlists of many HR professionals in emerging and developed economies – especially those seeking to attract the attention of talented Millennials.
Serviced Apartment Solutions
Skyline winning Relocate Magazine Award 2014

It’s time to enter the Re:locate Awards 2014/15

It’s time to start working on your winning entry for relocation’s premier awards. Celebrate your successes, raise your organisation’s profile, impress potential customers and investors, improve business planning, and enhance your employer brand by entering this year’s Re:locate Awards.

Compliance, housing and cost control: biggest concerns, but greater focus expected

Global relocation service provider Cartus’ newly published annual study into the toughest challenges for international mobility managers reports that cost control, housing and compliance issues remain the top three concerns.
London under the magnifying glass

Discover London’s hidden gems

Whether you’re relocating to London, or you’re in the capital for an extended stay, it can be easy to go about your daily business and not realise what’s on your doorstep.
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Smart Move

Smart Move

Whether you’re coming to the UK from abroad, moving within the UK, or going overseas for work on an international assignment, we’re here to help, with the latest news, articles and practical advice on a range of key subjects, from property and schools to lifestyle, partner’s career options and settling in your new area.

From new graduates and young professionals, through families with children, to senior executives, we have something for everyone.