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Mr Eugene Fung
Corporate; Mergers & Acquisitions
Eugene has practiced in corporate and commercial law for more than 28 years. He has a wide range of industry experience including energy (particularly renewable energy) and resources projects, mining services, private equity, financial services, the credit union movement, pooled development, franchising, and agribusiness.
Eugene was a non-executive director of Austin Engineering Ltd (ASX:ANG) between 2004 and 2016. During that time, the company made multiple acquisitions and greenfield developments in Australia, the US, Indonesia, Chile, Peru, and Colombia and grew in market capitalisation from A$12 million to over A$400 million in 2010. Austin was recognised by Forbes Asia in September 2010 in the Top 200 Asia-Pacific companies ‘under a billion dollars’.
Eugene is experienced in international and cross border transactions and negotiations. He speaks fluent Cantonese.
- Queensland Law Society
- Financial Services Institute of Australasia, F.Fin 1998
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Queensland
- Bachelor of Commerce, University of Queensland
- Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance, Financial Services Institute of Australasia
- Company Directors Course, Australian Institute of Company Directors
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland
Thomson Geer expanded its offering in Western Australia with the addition of a resources-focused team from DLA Piper, strengthening the office led by Michael Bowen. Elsewhere, the firm has continued to record consistent deal numbers in public M&A and private equity transactions, with Melbourne’s Loretta Reynolds a standout performer within the space. Alongside transactions, the firm also regularly advises boards and executives on corporate governance and strategic considerations. Key names in the team include Melbourne-based Adam Brooks, Brisbane’s Eugene Fung, and the Sydney-based pair of Dan Kramer and David Zwi.
|Australia: Mergers & Acquisitions||April 2022||This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Mergers & Acquisitions laws and regulations that may occur in Australia.|