Brazil & Latin America

After a decade of rapid growth, during which it became a leading destination for international assignments and relocation, Latin America faces testing times, both economically and politically. Now, steps taken to encourage foreign direct investment, particularly by Brazil, the region’s largest economy, are helping LATAM to get back to business. Read more

A range of challenges await those managing talent mobility in Latin America, or responsible for setting up a business or a company office in the region. In Brazil, these include compliance, particularly with immigration regulations, and cost. Assignees, too, face challenges, not the least of which are finding suitable expat housing, such as a serviced apartment or a rented property.

In this section, HR and global mobility managers responsible for international assignees in Latin America, whether they are on long-term, short-term, rotational or project-led assignments, will find the support and information they need to ensure that their organisations comply with all the regulations governing the management of international relocations and assignments to the region.

Through news, articles, tools and resources, we analyse the key factors impacting Latin America’s relocation and global mobility scene, and keep you informed of current trends in inbound, outbound and domestic relocation – from talent management to the latest relocation hotspots and the industry sectors that are leading the way in relocation. We also cover the full range of employee and family support topics, including health, education and international schools, residential property, and serviced apartments.

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News and Features

Domion Corporate Housing

Demand for corporate housing grows in Mexico City

Since 1998, Dominion Corporate Housing has provided both short and long-term housing solutions to business and leisure travellers to a growing number of visitors to Mexico City.

Immigration

Japanese port

Immigration update: Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and Singapore entered into the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). Vietnam is expected to follow. The agreement includes provision for immigration regulations that may result in new programs or changes for business visitors, investors and skilled workers from CPTPP member countries.

Education

Kings Group Spain

King’s Group – 50 years of academic excellence

With ten international schools located around the world and a reputation for academic excellence, the King’s Group is an ideal option for relocating families; 2019 saw it celebrate the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the first King’s College school.
Schools giant Cognita to be acquired by Jacobs Holding

Schools giant Cognita to be acquired by Jacobs Holding

Cognita is to be acquired by Swiss company, Jacobs Holding, in a multi billion pound deal.
MBE for King’s Training director

MBE for King’s Training director

Samantha Whay-Jenkins, director of King’s Training Panama (part of the King’s Group) has picked up an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her work in promoting British business in the region.

Short-and long-term accommodation

The temple of bagan, Mandalay, Myanmar

2016: Booming real estate markets in emerging countries

As 2016 gets underway, global real estate platform Lamudi explores the real estate markets to watch this year.
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