Expat (every)Days in Practice

(To be an expat in Hungary - in real life)

Novotel Budapest Centrum Zsolnay Conference Room (I. floor)
Budapest, VIII. Rákóczi út 43-45.

INVITATION

The Joint Venture Association (JVA)

in cooperation with the following organizations:
The Commercial Section of the Austrian Embassy, the Britisch Chamber of Commerce in Hungary
the SwissCham Hungary, the Netherlands-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hungary

 

 

 

 

cordially invite foreign corporate managers, CEOs, HR Leaders as well as colleagues who are working in Hungary
and interested to participate at the

Expat (every)Days in practice
(To be an expat in Hungary – in real life)

9,30 – 10,00      Registration and Welcome
10,00 – 10,30  

Employment of Foreign Residents in Hungary
Dr. Szilvia Konyhás,
 Immigration Director, Immigration and Asylum Office

10,30 – 11,00    Social Security for Foreign Residents in Hungary
Dr. Szilvia Bukács, Senior Advisor, National Health Insurance Fund Administration of Hungary (OEP)
 
11,00 – 11,20  

Expatriates in Hungary – How to Handle the Tax and Social Insurance Problems
Tamás Gyányi,  Partner, WTS Klient Tax Advisory Ltd. 

11,20 – 11,40        Mayor Remuneration Trends in Hungary
Tünde Jakabos, Advisory Leader, Korn Ferry HAY Group
 
11,40 – 12,00   Pitfalls in employing expats – All the employer must know
Dr. Szilvia Varga, Layer, Expert, Settlers Relocation Kft.
 
12,00 – 13,00    Buffet lunch, informal discussions, exchange of experiences

       
     

                                                                    

                               

                          

    

 

 

 

 

 

Moderator of the event:  Silvia Szendrey, Executive Director, Joint Venture Association

The event will be held in Hungarian with simultaneous interpretation into English.

The Registration Form is on the back side of this sheet.

The Main Sponsor of the event is the
WTS Klient Tax Advisory Ltd.
 


 

The event is supported by translation agency Albion Languages.

 

 

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