It is quite common for UK and foreign nationals like you who move abroad to keep your financial affairs tax efficient from a UK or home country perspective but ignore the tax consequences in your new country of residence.
We understand that when you are faced with the complexities of a foreign tax regime and the added complication of potentially remaining liable to UK or home country inheritance tax it's sometimes easier to convince oneself that it doesn’t affect you.
It's easier to pretend you are still tax resident in your home country to avoid dealing with the issue however this could have serious tax consequences further down the line, particularly since the implementation of Common Reporting Standards, when global automatic exchange of information has become the norm.
Expatriates like you often underestimate the importance of seeking professional cross-border tax planning advice and putting in place tax planning strategies which either mitigate tax or avoid paying tax needlessly. The reality is that the more tax you pay, the harder your investments need to work, to produce the same level of returns.