Expatise Management Team
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got her master degree at the Law Faculty of the Erasmus University in
Rotterdam in 1982, and then continued to study tax law at the University
of Leiden. Between 1984 and 1989 she worked as an Inspector of the Tax
Administration and the Dutch Ministry of Finance. Between1989 and 2002
she was an external advisor to employers on international taxes and
employee benefits in an international context. From 2002 onwards she has
dedicated herself even more to cross border deployment issues, both
from an employers’ and an employees’ perspective, and acted as consultant to many
multinational companies, the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as
international aid and development organisations. Between 2007 and 2010 she chaired the Dutch Expatriation Foundation, an interest organization for international employers in the Netherlands.
Inge is co-founder of the Expatise Academy and since its foundation has been its chairwoman.
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worked in everal HR positions lastly responsible for Global Management
Development and Compensation and Benefits at Heineken, the Federation of
Netherlands Industry, the well known HR consultancy firm LTP and Sara
Lee. He is the founder of all the non European C&B forums with big
global firms (Far East and Australia, Latin America, Canada, Middle East
and Afrika), the oldest C&B platforms in the Netherlands. He is a
well-known expert in multinational and top management C&B issues and
solutions. Ernst has Masters in Management & Organization and
sociology and studied at Amsterdam University, INSEAD, Tilburg
University and Cornell University.
Ernst is co-founder of the Expatise Academy and lecturer on International Comp&Ben subjects.
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Daniel has been a Global Mobility professional for more than a decade. He joined the Global Mobility field as an international tax consultant in 2003. By that time regulators around the world started realizing the potential of levying income and social security taxes when it comes to globally mobile workforce. Later, Daniel dealt with Global Mobility Compliance and Governance topics within Human Resources functions being close to their employees and businesses. Daniel frequently provides lectures at universities across the globe on a variety of Global Mobility topics and has published a book on the Global Mobility Profession. Daniel’s passion is to elevate Global Mobility knowledge to the next level by high quality and academic education. Having been expat himself many times throughout his professional career, Daniel worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deutsche Bank and Bombardier in Frankfurt, Amsterdam, London, Montréal and Berlin. He lives in Berlin, Germany with his family.