M.B.A., financial engineering, MIT Sloan School of Management; B.A., economics, Yale University
Summary of Experience
Mr. Fung specializes in commercial litigation matters involving securities, finance, valuation, corporate governance, and statistics. He has been involved in many phases of litigation, including the initial identification of expert witnesses, planning and managing research efforts, and assisting counsel with depositions, mediations, and trials. Mr. Fung has applied his expertise in finance topics to support clients in consulting engagements involving structured finance products, hedge funds, market microstructure, employee stock options, equity financing trades, and liquidity in money markets. Representative projects in the area of valuation include the analysis of hard-to-price assets including restricted shares, over-the-counter mortgage-backed securities, convertible bonds, and energy services companies. Mr. Fung has also developed computer programs for pricing portfolios of equity options, as well as computer simulations of path-dependent options to address specific fact patterns.