Ken Fung | Senior Managing Director | FTI Consulting
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Ken Fung

  • Senior Managing Director
  • Corporate Finance
  • T: +852 3768 4617
  • F: +852 3012 9664
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    • Level 22, The Center
    • 99 Queen's Road Central
    • Central
    • Hong Kong
    • T: +852 3768 4500
    • F: +852 3012 9664
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Ken Fung is a Senior Managing Director in the Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment of FTI Consulting and he is based in Hong Kong. He has worked in the Recovery and Restructuring sector for over 16 years and has taken formal appointments on behalf of creditors, companies and investors in a wide range of restructuring, advisory and corporate recovery assignments in numerous jurisdictions.

Ken’s expertise in corporate recovery and restructuring covers a wide range of industries, including real estate, aviation, manufacturing and mining. He also specialises in trust and estate dispute matters and is well-versed in advising stakeholders on managing trust assets , performing due diligence and conducting investigations.

Having been engaged on a number of large-scale assignments involving cross-border insolvency issues, Ken has conducted assignments in Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China (“PRC”), Mongolia, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia, the British Virgin Islands (“BVI”), the Cayman Islands, Latin America and the Middle East.

Ken was recently one of the Receivers and Managers of a company which held substantial lithium mining tenements in Argentina. The receivership resulted in having the secured creditor paid in full after commencing a sale process for the secured assets.

Ken was previously involved in a large-scale restructuring project for a private engineering company in Singapore. He performed a detailed business review of the operations and implemented a restructuring/ strategic plan devised from the review.

Some of his other significant assignments include a debt sale concerning a distressed mining operation in the Philippines; the receivership of two aircraft previously operated by Oasis Airlines in Hong Kong; a restructure of a large property group in the PRC; the winding up of a BVI registered iron ore trading company that involved significant litigation; and the liquidation of a television media production company in the Middle East.

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