Tuesday, Apr 30th 2024


12:45pm - 17.30pm GMT


Tower Place East, 50 Lower Thames St, London ECR3 5BU


Michele Longley,
Senior Business Development Manager

We are pleased to invite you to our round table event in collaboration with Mercer – Embracing the unknown: Balancing risk with human-centricity. Our roundtable discussions will centre around the critical aspects of global mobility in a rapidly evolving world.  

Join us for what promises to be an engaging and informative discussion.

This event is complimentary.  Due to the limited number of seats, we would appreciate a firm confirmation of your participation. Crown and Mercer reserves the right to decline any registrations received from companies with conflict of interest and other potential delegates that do not match the target audience.


Event Itinerary


Session 1 – Sustainability strategy supporting mobility and procurement:

An overview of Crown’s global business strategy for ESG and the extended priorities to understand the impacts for reporting and decision making as we support our clients with their sustainability objectives

Session 2 – People Risk is Business Risk: How can Mobility thrive in the Age of Agility 

Drawing on Mercer’s latest research insights on economic, geopolitical, and talent trends, the team will lead a discussion on identifying and mitigating people risk, building resilience and improving productivity, and designing for a ‘human-centered’ experience for internationally mobile employees.

Session 3 – Centring the assignee in a chaotic world with human centricity focus 

With the increased focus on employee wellbeing and their emotional and mental health, we will consider how to balance this with flexibility for the employee experience while navigating the increasingly complex, more agile and chaotic world


Tuesday, April 30th

12:45pm – 17.30pm GMT

Register here

About the facilitator

Michele Longley

Senior Business Development Manager

With 20 years’ experience of global mobility services and consulting and the added advantage of being an expat, Michele brings her unique expertise to support her clients and their assignees.

Meet the speakers

Joy Lam

Director ESG

Joy has more than 15 years of experience in sustainability, with 10 years in the sustainability office at University of Hong Kong, which she led for four years before moving to the LEGO Group in Denmark, developing their circular economy strategy. Joy holds an MSc in biodiversity, conservation and management from the University of Oxford.


Caitlin Pyett

Account Management, Asia & Global Practice Leader

Currently based in Hong Kong, Caitlin has over 20 years industry experience both as a service partner and managing the global mobility function and shared services centre in India for an international investment bank including program redesign and harmonization.


Kate Fitzpatrick

Global Mobility Practice Leader, UK&I

With over 20 years’ experience in Global Mobility policy consultancy, Kate specialises in helping clients consider the impact of wider workforce trends on the Mobility industry.


Hilary Winn

Investment Director, Mercer

Hilary is Mercer’s Private Wealth Investment Director. She will share her insights on what economic and geopolitical trends are driving global business decisions and attitudes to risk, as well as help us understand the impact this can have on the long-term personal finances of those with international careers.