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Global benefits strategy roundtable

Join us on March 20 for an exciting panel discussion on building a regional and global benefits strategy.


Creating a competitive international benefits package can be complex

Whether you’re a fast-growing new start-up, an enterprise, or an established multinational business, managing your employee benefits across your international locations is rarely straightforward.

At this roundtable, our team of international benefits specialists will be sharing their knowledge to help your business when setting up offices overseas.

Rachel Morgan ACII
International Benefits Manager

Wednesday 20th March at 3:30pm - 5:30 CST

Venue: NFP, 500 West Madison Street, 32nd Floor, Chicago, IL 60661

At this event, you’ll learn how to:



Achieve consistency in your international benefits strategy


Identify the variety of benefit trends taking place around the world


Choose the right international benefits providers


Efficiently run and manage your international benefits

Hosting this session

Join Iain Chadwick, Head of UK International Employee Benefits and Peter Hindmarsh, Vice President of International Benefits, as they share firsthand experiences on how global businesses can centralize their approach to well-being, engagement and benefits management. We'll also cover tips to help you maximise your global benefits spend.

Iain Chadwick
Iain Chadwick

Iain is a well-known figure in the UK employee benefits space and has designed and developed market-leading strategies for some of the UK's most well-known brands. In his advisory role, Iain works extensively with new and existing NFP clients to provide director-level strategic support.

Peter Hindmarsh
Peter Hindmarsh

Peter ensures NFP's multinational clients receive best-in-class advice on the complex issues surrounding international benefit insurance for expatriates and local national employees. For the past 20+ years, he has worked with insurance companies such as CIGNA Global, and with international consulting firms in both the United States and Europe. He has developed and managed international benefit plans for numerous Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, NGOs and government entities. 

Contact Emily for more information