Bermuda’s Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’2019/20 journal supplement ‘Trust Bermuda’ looks at how geopolitical risk is impacting upon private clients’ and family offices’ choice of jurisdictions for trusts and asset holding structures; the latest legislative and regulatory framework developments; a snapshot of the island’s business environments in numbers; why business families in particular are attracted to Bermuda; and how millennials interpret philanthropy. Also included is a case study, inspired by Greek mythology, on the management of family wealth; and, looking to the future, an interview on how a marine conservation charity is inspiring research programmes. Authors and contributors include Andrew Holden TEP (XXIV Old Buildings, London), journalist Elliot Wilson, Joseph A Field (Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, New York), James Quarmby (Stephenson Harwood, London), Patricia Woo (Squire Patton Bloggs, Hong Kong), Michael Grob (Sun Life Financial International), Nicolas Malumian TEP (Malumian and Associates, Argentina), Thomas J Handler (Handler Thayer, Chicago), Barbara R Hauser (Independent family office specialist, New York), Georgina James (Bryan Cave Paisner, London) John Gibbons TEP (Harbour International Trust Company), David Veness (Butterfield Trust), Andrew Smith (Ocean Tech) and Ashley Fife (STEP Bermuda Chairman): The supplement can be accessed at: