Ming Fang
Assistant Professor
Non-tenure Track
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Dr. Ming Fang is an Assistant Professor of instruction in Finance at Temple University. Prior to joining Fox School of Business, he was a Lecture in Actuarial Science at Columbia University. His research interests include Theoretical, Empirical Asset Pricing, Financial Econometrics, and the application of Machine Learning in Finance and Insurance. He has taught courses in Financial Investments, Quantitative Risk Management, and Data Science in Finance and Insurance.

Dr. Fang is a veteran in financial service industry. He worked as a Vice President in AIG Investment Analytics and was responsible for the modeling of firm’s Strategic Asset Allocation and Performance Attribution. Before that he worked as a Portfolio Manager of market-neutral equity portfolios in Zacks Investments, Brevan Howard, and Partner-Re respectively. He was also a Sr. Quantitative Analyst in the Financial Engineering Group at Salomon Smith Barney.

Ming Fang holds a Ph.D. in Finance from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Applied Math from University of Washington. He graduated from Fudan University with his B.S. in mathematics.