• Debt Finance Transactional
  • Asset Finance & Securitization
  • Capital Markets Corporate Governance Mergers & Acquisitions Private Equity Restructuring

Admissions & Qualifications

  • 2008, Maryland Bar
  • 2009, District of Columbia Bar


  • English
  • Chinese (Mandarin)


  • University of Maryland School of Law, JD, 2008
  • Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, BS, 2004

Eric Maurice Fung, Esq.

Partner | Attorney

Minneapolis, MN | Taipei, Taiwan

Eric Fung is a founding partner of Bandicoot, and serves as the managing partner for our Taipei office. Eric started his career in law, practicing corporate finance, mergers/acquisitions, and energy law at Constellation Energy Group, DLA Piper US LLP, and Dickstein Shapiro LLP. In 2011, he became an entrepreneur completing a leveraged buyout of a 37,000 square foot supermarket and in-store restaurant in Minneapolis called United Noodles Marketplace.

During his tenure, he successfully accelerated his businesses to sustained growth. His financial acumen and skill in developing high-performing teams resulted in a 350% growth in sales from 2011 to 2020. He also opened other successful business units and locations, including a Woodbury location and a wholesale division. In 2015, he was named one of Minnesota’s “40 Under 40” for his leadership at United Noodles.

In order to solidify the financial health of his companies, Mr. Fung also developed sophisticated bookkeeping, accounts payable, and other workflow systems that eventually led to his becoming a partner of the Minnesota accounting firm AccountPro LLC. In 2019, it merged with and was rebranded as bandicoot LLC, and has over 80 clients.

Eric has a passion for talent development, and driving diversity in both teams and thought. He is an innovative, entrepreneurially-minded leader, who leads with a long-term view on vision and strategy.

In his spare time, Eric loves cooking, working out, and playing Smash Bros. with his nine year-old son. His most firmly held belief is that every dog is The Best Dog.







the challenge

Many small business owners attempt to wear all the hats in their company, acting as bookkeeper and controller, and end up spreading themselves too thin. Some small business owners do not even have a controller, and the lack of higher level review is detrimental to the business’ success. At the same time, many medium-large business owners don’t realize that supplementing or outsourcing this role to a firm like Bandicoot can significantly increase productivity and streamline its business operations. As a result, many business owners become bogged down in the minutia of their company’s bookkeeping needs, caught in an endless loop.

Bandicoot aimed to optimize all aspects of our clients operations. By taking the bookkeeping/controller burden from our clients’s plates. Now, our clients can simply focus on their business.

Bandicoot aimed to optimize all aspects of our clients operations.

By taking the bookkeeping/controller burden from our clients’s plates. Now, our clients can simply focus on their business.

the workflow

The first step in determining effective accounting solutions is determining precisely what the client needs. Some small business owners do not need a controller, but are in desperate need of a bookkeeper. Some medium businesses are unaware of the value of a controller. And some large businesses could drastically increase productivity by supplementing or outsourcing their controller/bookkeeper role to a firm like Bandicoot.

in conclusion

Bandicoot has tailored our approach to all of our clients to optimize our clients’ success. First, we work with you to learn your current process and needs. If our client desires, we can also analyze how to optimize their back office operations.

The first step to finding effective accounting solutions for your business is determining precisely what you need. If you don’t know that, it’s impossible to make the kinds of financial decisions that will impact the growth of your company. So how do you know if you need a bookkeeper or an accounting controller? Here are a few details to help you sort that out.