Mario Ferraro is internationally recognized as a Thought Leader in the area of Global Mobility and International HR. During his career he helped some of the world’s best organizations to design and implement effective Global Mobility solutions. His experience includes both consulting and operational HR and was developed over 3 decades in global and regional roles. Mario can be reached on
Mario’s career includes global and regional HR Operations roles with demanding Human Capital requirements, as well as Management Consulting roles in two of the “Big Four” consulting firms.
He regularly contributes to conferences, articles and media interviews. He has also actively contributed to the activities of Worldwide ERC, where he served on the Board of Directors and a Chairman of their Asia Pacific Committee. He has received a number of recognitions and awards, including the first “Asia Pacific Global Mobility Professional of the Year” award by the Forum for Expatriate Management, in 2013
Mario’s experience in Global Mobility dates back to 1987, when he was responsible for the deployment of British academic staff to various African locations on behalf of The British Council.
For Logica International, a major British IT and Management Consulting company, Mario had global responsibility for all Global Mobility issues and full Personnel Management responsibilities for the Middle East Operations.
Mario set-up and launched PWC’s Global Mobility consulting practices first in EMEA and subsequently in Asia Pacific.
Mario was subsequently appointed as Group General Manager for International HR at the global headquarters of International SOS, where he was responsible for the full spectrum of HR activities for a population of approximately 1,000 assignees in 80 locations worldwide and more than 200 remote sites.
Mario’s career continued in the Management Consulting area, when he was given responsibilities to lead the Human Capital Consulting team for Deloitte Consulting across South East Asia.
Prior to joining ITX Mario was the Regional Practice Leader for Global Mobility at Mercer, with responsibilities spanning across Asia, Middle East and Africa.