Andrew Peedom > Collas Crill > Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands > Lawyer Profile

Collas Crill
Floor 2, Willow House Cricket Square
PO Box 709
Grand Cayman KY1-1107
Cayman Islands

Work Department

International Private Client and Trusts


Counsel. Andrew has a broad range of commercial litigation experience and frequently advises in relation to complex multi-jurisdictional disputes. He regularly acts for trustees, settlors, protectors, enforcers and beneficiaries in relation to trust disputes (both contentious and non-contentious). His practice also includes advising in relation to shareholder disputes, fund disputes and for dissenting shareholders in proceedings for the determination of the fair value of their shares. He also advises on regulatory matters. He has worked offshore since 2010, first in Guernsey, where he was heavily involved in one of the largest trust disputes in the Channel Islands, before moving to the Cayman Islands in late 2016.


Andrew was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2001, the High Court of Australia in 2003 and as an attorney of the Cayman Islands in 2017. 

Peedom Brodie & Ward, 1992-1997
McCabe Terrill Lawyers, 1998-2003
Deacons, Sydney & Minter Ellison, 2003-2010
Mourant Ozannes, 2010-2019
Andrew joined Collas Crill in 2019



Andrew is a member of the Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the STEP Council for the Cayman Islands’ branch.


University of Sydney, Dip.Law (LPAB)

Lawyer Rankings

Cayman Islands > Trusts/private client

Collas Crill‘s private client and trusts team handles complex trust litigation work and high-value cross-border wealth structuring matters. The practice is chaired by Andrew Peedom, whose expertise spans trust litigation before the Privy Council and the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands and general commercial advisory work. Senior associate Sally Peedom acts for institutional trustees and high-net-worth individuals, including clients from the Bahamas, Switzerland, and the UK.