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  • Special projects around global mergers & acquisitions

    Mergers and acquisitions can give rise to some complex issues in relation to relocation and property matters. They often involve lease surrenders and transfers for both employees’ rental homes and commercial leases.

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  • Brexit update

    Uncertainty impacts assignees lives & employers' relocation costs

    The UK Government has finally accepted publicly that the UK won’t be able to leave the EU on October 31st as repeatedly promised by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Consequently, the agony of Brexit indecision and dithering continues to hang over our corporate clients and their assignees. In many cases, especially with financial services firms, Brexit moves to EU hub cities…

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  • When an employee can’t sell

    Although home sale assistance is much rarer than it used to be for international relocations, there are occasions when it is essential to smooth a family’s move to the new overseas work location. And nowadays it doesn’t need to involve the employer in high costs or risk...

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  • When is a HOLDING deposit not a holding deposit?

    Well, in the UK, it's not!

    The UK government got a lot of things right when it introduced the new law banning landlords and their agents charging fees to tenants but they didn’t get this bit right! Holding deposits are the upfront payments that are demanded when a renter selects a home. Most landlords/agents won’t process the tenant’s application until “holding deposit” is paid. And some…

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