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Commercial & Industrial; Cannabis, Private Client; Professional, Executive & Financial Risks; Sports & Recreation, Construction, Cyber, Renewable Energy, International, Lawyer Excess

Andrew Reburn


Andrew brings a strong background in technology, business development, and client service to Steer. He started his career working at prominent global technology and consulting corporation, where he successfully managed the software portfolios catering to a diverse clientele, ranging from small enterprises to Fortune 500 companies. He then moved to the not-for-profit sector, where he helped lead an unprecedented and successful $100 million-dollar fundraising campaign for one North America’s foremost independent schools.

Andrew leads Steer’s private client group and international desk. He is also responsible for managing the firm’s client and market engagement strategies while overseeing daily operations. Andrew has a wealth of experience in providing risk management to a wide spectrum of companies, including small and large private enterprises as well as public entities, all spanning various sectors, including financial services, professional services, technology, commercial ventures, industrial and manufacturing, mining, not-for-profit organizations, and sports and recreation.

Andrew is a graduate of Queen’s University and continues to further his expertise and insights within the insurance industry. He is a graduate of the Andrew Beazley Broker Academy at Lloyd’s of London (UK) and participates in top-tier training programs offered by leading global insurers. A firm believer in teamwork, Andrew consistently focuses on Steer’s ability to deliver an exceptional client experience, prioritizing clients’ needs above all else.

A long suffering but loyal Toronto Maple Leafs fan, Andrew resides in Toronto with his wife, 2 children and faithful dog Henley. Andrew enjoys travelling, spending time in Muskoka, playing golf, tennis, and hockey. In his spare time, he volunteers on not-for-profit and alumni committees in Toronto.