Jeongmin Seong is a Partner at the McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey & Company’s business and economics research arm. He leads MGI research teams in China, working on global as well as emerging market-focused themes.
Jeongmin’s recent research has focused on globalization, technology, innovation and economic development. He has co-authored several MGI reports and discussion papers, including Reskilling China: Turning the world’s largest workforce into lifelong learners; China and the world: Inside a changing economic relationship; Future of Asia: Asian flows and networks are defining the next phase of globalization; Future of Asia: Decoding the value and performance of Corporate Asia; Future of Asia: How Asia can boost growth through technological leapfrogging; Globalization in transition: The future of global trade and value chains; Outperformers: High-growth emerging economies and the companies that propel them; China’s choice: Capturing the $5 trillion productivity opportunity; China’s digital economy: Powering the economy to global competitiveness; The China effect on global innovation; China’s digital transformation; China’s role in the next phase of globalization; Artificial Intelligence: Implications for China; Notes from the AI frontier: Modeling the impact of AI on the world economy; and an ongoing series on the Future of Asia.
Prior to joining MGI, Jeongmin worked with companies around the world focusing on consumer facing industries including consumer electronics, retail, and automotive. Jeongmin also led McKinsey’s emerging market growth service line.
Prior to joining McKinsey Shanghai office, Jeongmin worked as a product marketing manager at Dell.
Jeongmin is a graduate of Harvard Business School where he received his MBA degree.
Jason Mei is a Human Resources Professional with 20 years of successful experience in people management. Jason is differentiated by a completion of being a HR Leader in Hospitality, Retail and Real Estate industry. A strong believer in the power of people comes first at workplace, Jason regularly develops internal people and culture campaigns to ensure excellent HR operations, high employee engagement and continuous growth opportunities for talents. Delectated to providing a pleasant employment experience allows him to have a wide lens to review complex business and people needs and narrow down to connect the dots within the organization.More information about speaker
Over ten years experience in HR and global mobility consulting fields, experienced in different mobility areas, covers over 15 countries in APAC & EMEA.More information about speaker
中国个人所得税地区优惠政策 – 案例分享与市场洞察
2021 is critical year as it is the last year of three-year transition period for the favorable PRC IIT treatment on benefits-in-kind and annual bonus. Meanwhile, some locations have implemented or are considering to announce the IIT incentive policies (i.e. GBA, Hainan, Hengqin and etc.) for high-end and urgently-needed talents. Our HR professionals are facing tremendous challenges especially in such uncertainties due to complex dynamics of legislative change. What's the HR, tax and broader business considerations in leveraging the IIT incentive policies in different locations ? What's the short-term and long-term action plan ? In this session, the experienced Deloitte professionals will share the following topics:
• Overview of the IIT incentive policies in different locations
• Implications to the company and employees – tax, HR and business considerations
• Case sharing and market insights
Claire Yao joined Corning China (Shanghai) Regional Headquarters in Jan 2012. She has over 14 years of experience in mobility, including 9+ years as Mobility manager of Corning in APAC. She has facilitated many expansion projects in the region and has designed local and regional policies for talent relocations. She became a certified GMS in 2012 and GRP in 2021
Claire’s work in Corning covers global, regional and local talent flows, including immigration, mobility and tax compliance. She has extensive experience on expatriation localization and China domestic relocation. In addition, her past working experience in Total Rewards also enables her to have in-depth knowledge on local policies and practices in Asia.
Her most recent studies focus on supporting mobility strategy during COVID-19.
Elena currently serves at Covestro Regional Headquarter in Shanghai and she has over 15 years expereince in global mobility. She has extensive expereience of both internatoinal assignees and local hired foreigners on global compensation management, individual income tax compliance, immigration compliance, tax efficiency, social insurance solutions, offshore payment between LEs, permanent transfer, localiztion, etc. She is a expert on mobility and has the passion to continously drive mobility process excellence and the effectiveness of mobility related products.
To focus on customer needs Elena has been working out some new product based on orginzation needs, such as tax effeciency program, rehire of foreign retires, internship hiring. Meanwhile she also palying an important role for international assignment digitalization journey. She is in the steering committee at E-AID (Assignment Initiation Digitalization) at Covestro and has been working on digitalization of international assignment initiation and IA reimbursement to continuously drive efficient mobility solutions.
The Global Mobility Clinic will offer attendees the chance to informally talk with a variety of service providers and global mobility professionals. Attendees can seek expert advice on a range of issues, including the latest benchmarking information, relocation materials, and survey data.
- Visa & Immigration (SIRVA)
- Relocation in 2021 and beyond: shipping crisis, its underlying causes and import customs duties reform (AGS Four Winds China)
- Remote work (BGRS)
- Tax (Deloitte)