Lee C. Eisinberg

Lee C. Eisinberg

Managing Partner

Phone: (480) 258-6098
Fax: (480) 258-6099

With more than 20 years of experience in the business and investment industry, Lee Eisinberg offers a distinctive blend of professional investment counsel and personal service.  Lee, along with Adam Brooks, Managing Partner, helped form ABLE Financial Group in 2006 after serving their clients of RBC Dain Rauscher for many years.  Prior to joining RBC Dain Rauscher, he worked for Merrill Lynch.

Lee lives in Phoenix with his wife, Ellen, and they are enjoying being “empty-nesters,” with both of their daughters now college graduates living on the east coast. Having recently finished putting both his daughters through college Lee feels he understands the challenges parents face in financing the high cost of a college education.  Lee also has extensive experience in what some describe as the “sandwich generation” having dealt with the rewards, demands, and challenges of raising children and also dealing with aging parents at the same time. He enjoys serving his community and participates in the leadership of several nonprofit and business-development organizations.

Lee holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business and management from Syracuse University.   As an alumni he is active in the Syracuse Alumni group of Phoenix. In the past, Lee has shared his business knowledge with others as adjunct teacher of a “Rich Dad’s Cash Flow” course in the Maricopa Community College system.  Additionally, he writes financial and investment articles that are regularly published in local publications.

Lee currently serves on the Board of Directors and as the Vice President of Planned Giving for the Phoenix Chapter of the Jewish National Fund. Lee is also a board member of The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix and has served on their Professional Advisory Committee for several years.  Lee also volunteers for other local non-profits in various capacities.

As a strong believer in giving back to his community in terms of his time, Lee also believes in giving back charitably and trying to create a legacy for future generations.

In his spare time Lee enjoys hiking and exercise and has been an extremely consistent attendee over the last 10 years at The Jewish Community Center’s early morning group who arrive to exercise at 5:30 am.