Rimon Law adds Corporate and Financial Services attorney in Washington DC office
Rimon Law has appointed Debbie Klis as Partner in its Corporate and Financial Services teams based out of the firm's Washington, DC Office.
Klis joins Rimon from Polsinelli in Washington, DC where she was shareholder.
Klis brings extensive experience to Rimon in forming and advising private equity firms, investment funds and other financial sector participants in a wide range of capital markets and securities law matters. She counsels venture capital funds, creates complex domestic and international joint ventures, domestic and offshore funds, Opportunity Zone Funds, real estate investment funds and trusts, EB-5 funds, and large master-feeder structures.
At Rimon, Klis will join a deep and talented Financial Services group with significant experience in a broad range of domestic, international and cross-border financing transactions, and adds to its excellent Leveraged Finance team that includes Ken Weinberg and Jen Howard, who also joined Rimon this year. Klis can tailor her practice to fit the individual needs of each of her clients through Rimon’s unique business model.
“Capital markets and securities transactions have been a cornerstone of Rimon’s long term growth,” says Rimon’s CEO Michael Moradzadeh. “Companies will continue to look for the best attorneys to help them structure the complex financing transactions that will allow them to survive an economic downturn and grow in the coming years. Debbie has the experience to assist companies in handling these challenges. With her in-depth practice representing private equity and investment firms, Debbie is a great addition to our capital markets and securities team that spans four continents.”
Klis has considerable experience with private securities offerings and financial products, counselling private equity managers, fund structuring, capital raising, Advisers Act and broker-dealer advice, investment structuring, impact investing (ESG criteria), and has worked on cutting-edge matters such as the first private qualified opportunity fund established to operate as a venture capital fund and the first investment vehicles that combined several federal funding programs/incentives for project finance.
“Rimon is well-known for its roster of distinguished clients and its prestigious securities and investment fund practice. I am excited to join such a forward-thinking firm and work with profoundly talented attorneys to serve my clients’ legal needs fully,” says Klis.