Pat oversees AIRINC’s tax team as the Director of Global Tax.
Relocating talent in the U.S. can create affordability challenges for your employees, especially when deploying talent to high-cost locations.
Recently the AIRINC APAC Team, celebrated AIRINCs' birthday with a wonderful vegetarian bento lunch.
Jon joined AIRINC in 2013. He started on our tax team doing research but over time became more interested in how our tax calculations work.
AIRINC are thrilled to win at the Forum for Expat Management EMMAs 2022, 'Best Partnership between a Corporate Organization and a Service Provider' with HPE.
We are pleased to welcome back Carla Muller to the US team!
I am delighted to introduce myself to all the readers of the AIRINC blog....
Marie joined AIRINC's London office as a Client Engagement Manager in May 2021. With over 13 years’ experience in International Mobility specialising in assignment management, Marie has held various positions working for relocations companies, RMCs and an international law firm
In 2014, I moved to Brussels to study business engineering at the Solvay Management School. Five years later, I found myself holding a Master’s degree, and I saw a wide range of possibilities before me. Luckily, I was in contact with a recruiter who put me in touch with a company with a mysterious name: AIRINC.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc in global markets. In addition to the economic impacts of national lockdowns, travel restrictions, rampant unemployment, slack demand for consumer goods and sharply reduced business activity, the volatility of the oil market has reached crisis levels. While OPEC members agreed to cut production in May and June by 23% earlier this month, oil futures have continued to fall and darken outlooks for the global market this month. Crude oil prices went negative for the first time in history this month due to deficient demand for oil and looming lack of global storage capacity.