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Hung-Gay Fung

Professor, University of Missouri, USA
Hung-Gay FungHung-Gay Fung

Hung-Gay Fung is a professor of Chinese studies at the College of Business Administration of the University of Missouri, St Louis. He holds a BBA (1978) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a PhD (1984) from Georgia State University, in both cases majoring in finance with a minor in economics. His teaching areas are investments, risk management, corporate finance, and international investments. His research focuses on international finance, banking, derivative markets, and small business finance. In 1999 he won a best paper award (with G. Lai, R. MacMinn and Bob Witt) given by the Committee on Online Services (COOS) of the Casualty Actuarial Society.

Articles by this Author

  • Financial Steps in an IPO for a Small or Medium-Size Enterprise
    by Hung-Gay Fung
    An initial public offering (IPO) of stocks is a share offering to the public by a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) undertaken to raise additional cash for future growth or to enable existing stockholders to cash out by selling part of their holdings. Among other things, a successful IPO will provide a company with an objective valuation of its stock, create a good public image of the company—thus lowering its cost of borrowing—and provide...

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