Andrew Miller

Partner

Andrew specialises in all aspects of non-contentious Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands international wealth structuring for individuals and financial institutions. He is well recognised with awards and distinctions, including being named to the 2018 Private Client Global Elite; “Leading Individual” in Trusts & Private Client Legal 500 2018; and was recognised as “Highly Regarded” by IFLR 2018.
 
He is a past Chairman and Secretary of the Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners (STEP) in Cayman, a founding board member of the STEP Latin America Conference, and a member of the International Tax Planning Association.
 
Prior to joining Bedell Cristin, Andrew was a partner at another Cayman Islands law firm, heading its global wealth structuring group, where he joined after thirteen years at a major London law firm.

News/Experience
Cayman Trusts (Amendment) Law 2019 in force from 14 June 2019
International Private Client 11 Jun 2019 Cayman Islands

The new Cayman Islands Trusts (Amendment) Law 2019 will bring welcome amendments to enhance the existing Cayman regime under the Trusts Law (2018 Revision) (‘Trusts Law’). It has been passed and will come into force on 14 June 2019.

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Andrew Miller joins Solomon Harris, part of Bedell Cristin
International Private Client 18 Feb 2019 Cayman Islands

Andrew Miller has joined Solomon Harris, part of Bedell Cristin, in the Cayman Islands as partner and head of Cayman’s International Private Client practice.

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Insights
Substance rules: top tips for companies
Briefings | 17 Jun 2019

New rules on economic substance came into effect on 1 January 2019 in the BVI, Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey. Our experts have put their heads together and come up with their top tips for any company incorporated, registered or tax resident in one of ...

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Substance rules: top tips for corporate services providers
Briefings | 17 Jun 2019

New rules on economic substance came into effect on 1 January 2019 affecting companies and certain types of partnerships incorporated, registered or tax resident in the BVI, Cayman Islands, Guernsey or Jersey. Clients are looking to their corporate service ...

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Economic substance laws – multi-jurisdiction comparison
Briefings | 13 Jun 2019

In response to European Union requirements, many offshore jurisdictions have enacted legislation requiring certain tax resident entities to demonstrate sufficient economic substance in the relevant jurisdiction. This table gives a high-level overview and co...

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In a nutshell: Cayman Islands' Economic Substance Law
Briefings | 06 Jun 2019

The Cayman Islands has joined a global effort to establish an international standard for tax residence of entities doing business in a jurisdiction to avoid the Harmful Tax Practice of Base Erosion and Profit Shifting. Cayman has put in place a law requirin...

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Cayman's industry going from strength to strength
Articles | 03 Jun 2019

Despite a challenging international regulatory environment and global upheaval, Bedell Cristin partner, Andrew Miller, says that Cayman's private wealth structuring industry is prospering. Published in The Lawyer, June 2019.

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