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Deputy Managing Director
Specialism: Trustees Corporate Trustees, Private Client Trustees
Company: Sackville Bank and Trust Company
Location: Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Andrew Needham, Sackville Bank’s Deputy Managing Director, has enjoyed working with ultra-high net worth clients for more than 25 years, administering complex trust structures, together with corporate entities registered in many jurisdictions.
Before joining Sackville Bank, Andrew was a director of CIBC Bank and Trust Company (Cayman) Limited where he successfully managed a large team. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and is a qualified Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers.
He is a qualified Trust and Estate practitioner, a member of the STEP Cayman Committee and is past president of the Cayman Islands Bankers Association’s Education Committee.
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The Grand Pavilion, 802 West Bay Road, PO Box 30444, Grand Cayman KY1-1202, Cayman Islands
T: +1 345 749 6102
F: +1 345 749 6150
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Investment policy for a charity
Andrew works with a large charity benefiting those less fortunate, ranging from food kitchens and education to long term training for lasting benefit which maximises the charitable donations. He is responsible for selecting appropriate investment policy to ensure protection of capital whilst providing growth in order to extend the life of the trust, working with the family, protectors and philanthropic advisers.
Multi-generation family office
Andrew is working for a family office with three generations of family, providing full trust, investment monitoring, private banking corporate and other financial services in the many hundreds of millions.