Wilson Fung is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice of Mayer Brown’s Hong Kong office. Wilson has over 15 years’ experience of handling a large spectrum of commercial and corporate disputes, with particular focus on financial services regulatory disputes as well as banking and enforcement litigation.
Wilson has advised banks, listed companies and statutory bodies on disputes and other contentious matters. In his financial services regulatory practice, Wilson has represented various clients in handling investigations by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) into various types of alleged market misconduct activities as well as possible misconduct by SFC’s licensees.
In addition to his experience working in private practice, Wilson also worked as an in house counsel at the Securities and Futures Commission for over 3 years. Wilson speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
- Acted for a major local bank to successfully obtain an order for injunction and disclosure on ex-parte basis in a matter involving fraudulent transfer of funds.
- Advised a major local bank in respect of a claim against a customer involving structured foreign exchange products.
- Acted for a major local bank to defend a mortgage fraud claim and to bring third party proceedings against a firm of solicitors.
- Represented the Securities and Futures Commission (as in house counsel) to apply for an order to freeze the assets of Hontex International Holdings Company Limited and its subsidiaries and successfully obtained an order requiring Hontex to repurchase its shares from its public shareholders.
- Represented the Securities and Futures Commission (as in house counsel) to successfully obtain an order to freeze the assets of two ex-directors of GOME Electrical Appliances Holdings Limited.
- Represented the Securities and Futures Commission (as in house counsel) to successfully oppose a judicial review application by an entity registered with the Securities and Futures Commission in relation to disclosure of documents and right to be heard in the disciplinary proceedings against the entity.
The University of Hong Kong, LLB
The University of Hong Kong, PCLL
- Hong Kong