2 St. Clair Avenue East, Suite 1100, Toronto, ON, M4T 2T5
With over three decades of experience, Jeffrey Steinberg is a trusted expert and advisor to owner-managed businesses and high-net-worth individuals across a wide range of sectors focusing on sports, entertainment, media, franchise, technology and business management.
Throughout his career, Jeffrey has demonstrated an unwavering focus on client satisfaction and has earned a reputation for delivered high-quality services through personalized solutions that meet the unique needs of each client. Jeffrey’s clients know that he is always on-call, or just one-text away, whether they need to discuss anything from an investment opportunity to reviewing their global tax exposure. He is skilled at developing effective strategies that minimize liabilities and maximize opportunities and his expertise has helped numerous clients navigate the most complex situations while helping them achieve their goals.
Committed to not just the growth of the firm, but also his team members and colleagues, Jeffrey has been a long-time member of the Crowe Soberman Management Committee and leads the firm on the adoption of new technology, innovation, and digital transformation.
As an active member of the professional community, he is a frequent speaker, presenter, and contributor on the topics of new business ventures, international tax planning, cross-border considerations for professional athletes, and high-net-worth wealth management. He is known for his ability to communicate complex financial concepts in an accessible and engaging way.
Jeffrey is committed to giving back to the community and has used his passion and expertise to contribute to the Sports Legacy Institute for Brain Injuries for Athletes, and has served as an executive board member, director and treasurer for the Canadian Paralympic Foundation.
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