Jordanne E. Kissner


(952) 224-8360

Jordanne's Assistant
Cathy Soderberg

Jordanne Kissner practices in the Transportation & Logistics and Banking & Financial Institutions practice groups at FMJ. Her practice focuses on assisting clients with their business and commercial aviation needs and other banking, equipment, and finance and transactional matters.

Jordanne strives to get to know her clients in order to be a better partner and advocate. She builds these effective client relationships through her three core fundamentals: communication, understanding, and delivery. Jordanne establishes open and honest lines of communication, which allows her to fully understand her client’s objectives and goals. She then takes it upon herself to deliver work product that exceeds expectations.

Prior to joining FMJ, Jordanne was Assistant General Counsel to an independently owned national bank where she worked with lenders, third-party originators and businesses in secured commercial finance transactions, including real estate purchases, equipment finance, government guaranteed lending, and business acquisitions. She is also a Certified Lease & Finance Professional (Associate).

College of Saint Benedict (BA)
William Mitchell College of Law (JD)

Bar Admissions:

License and Certifications:
Certified Lease & Finance Professional (Associate)

Professional Associations:
Equipment Leasing and Finance Association
Minnesota Banker’s Association
Minnesota Business Aviation Association
Minnesota Women Lawyers

Practice Philosophy:
“I practice law proactively with a sense of practicality. My goal is to align legal strategy with client objectives in order to provide critical and strategic advice. Each client’s need is unique and specific, and I am committed to servicing those needs by utilizing my knowledge, experience, and resources to achieve client success.”

The Rest of the Story:
Jordanne understands that the summers in Minnesota are meant for the lake. She grew up on a lake and frequently visits in the summer to spend time on the water. When it’s not summer in Minnesota, you can find Jordanne exploring new restaurants in the metro area, traveling to a new city, or spending time with friends and family. She particularly enjoys football games on Sundays, a really good fiction novel, and strong coffee.