Imri Eisner represents entrepreneurs, emerging growth companies, and venture capital funds in a variety of matters, including equity and debt investments, M&A transactions, and corporate governance issues.
Imri advises venture-backed companies from formation, through day-to-day operations, pre-seed to growth-stage debt and equity financings, and ultimately through exit. Fluent in Hebrew, his practice includes helping Israeli companies’ soft-landing in the United States and onward from there. Imri has represented venture-backed companies and top-tier venture capital funds in hundreds of debt and equity venture financings, restructurings, and recapitalizations. In his M&A practice, Imri has extensive experience advising buy-side and sell-side clients and venture capital investors in complex, high-value transactions. He regularly helps clients formulate fundraising strategies, navigate high-stakes financings and exits, including through distressed circumstances, and is known for offering practical, business-oriented solutions, with strong quantitative grounding.
In addition, Imri has extensively represented lenders, borrowers and sponsors in complex loan and security transactions, including syndicated debt, acquisition financing, structured financing and distressed debt.
Imri earned dual undergraduate degrees in business and political science from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and College of Arts and Sciences, respectively. At the University of Pennsylvania, Imri worked at the Wharton Entrepreneurial Center, where he developed his interest in entrepreneurship and venture.