Edward G. Eisert, a senior counsel in the New York office, is a member of the Corporate Group. He focuses his practice on investment management, financial products, joint ventures and regulatory compliance. Ed represents U.S. and non-U.S. domiciled global financial institutions in a wide array of matters spanning his practice specialties.
Ed’s investment management experience includes the structuring and restructuring of U.S. and non-U.S. private investment funds (e.g., private equity and venture capital funds, hedge funds, and funds of funds) with respect to a broad range of asset classes; the representation of institutional investors in private funds; and separately managed account mandates. His experience within financial products also includes the structuring of cross-border securities offerings, structured note programs and liability driven investment programs.
Ed’s regulatory experience includes the structuring and operations of investment advisers and broker-dealers; the asset management and custody activities of trust companies; the side-by-side management of registered funds, private funds and separately managed accounts; advice regarding the regulation, asset management and custody activities of dually registered broker-dealers and investment advisers; and cross-border broker-dealer, investment adviser and bank regulatory issues.
Within joint ventures and M&A, Ed’s experience includes the structuring and operations of cross-border and U.S. joint ventures in investment management, management “lift-outs,” and acquisitions and mergers of investment management firms.
Ed has a "Preeminent" peer review ranking by Martindale-Hubbell® in the following practice areas: Private Investment Funds, Dodd-Frank Act Analysis, Financial Institutions & Market Regulation, Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity.
Before joining Orrick, Ed was a partner of Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP; a Senior Vice President, the General Corporate Counsel, Corporate Secretary and AML Compliance Officer of Fiduciary Trust Company International (an FDIC insured bank and subsidiary of Franklin Resources, Inc.); and a partner of K&L Gates LLP.