Dr. Adrian Hunger , Dipl. Volkswirt, MBR

After his training as a banker, Dr. Adrian Hunger studied Economics at Hamburg University. His professional focus is on risk management in the fields of interests, foreign exchange and money market business for medium-sized key customers. In 2004, he obtained a doctor’s degree on IPO Underpricing in the context of a vertical market segmentation at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. Since 2011, he has been working as senior treasury products specialist in the sales area for large customers at BayernLB. He is a lecturer for the areas of Corporate Finance and International Finance Management at MBS and visiting lecturer at various partner universities.

At MBS: Dozent für Internationales Finanzmanagement, Corporate Finance II - Risikomanagement
Programs: Bachelor International Business, Master International Business
Concentrations: Corporate Finance, Risikomanagement


Maenning, Wolfgang/Hunger, Adrian:
Seignorageveruste – Hemmnis für die Erupäische Währungsunion?
WiSt – Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium,Verlag C.H. Beck & Vahlen, München, 25 Jg. Heft 5 , Mai 1996

Hunger, Adrian:
IPO-Underpricing und die Besonderheiten des Neuen Marktes
Lang-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 2001

Burghof, Hans-Peter/Hunger, Adrian:
The Neuer Markt: An (Overly) Risky Asset of Germany’s Financial System?
in: Giudici/Roosenboom: The Rise and Fall of Europe’s New Stock Markets; Advances in Financial Economics, Vol. 10; Elsevier Verlag, Amsterdam et al., 2004

Hunger, Adrian:
IPO-Underpricing im Kontext einer vertikalen Marktsegmentierung
Studies in Credit and Finance, Vol. 180, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 2005

Mititelu, Emanuela, Hunger, Adrian:
Der Erfolg von M&A-Transaktionen im europäischen Bankensektor
Studies in Credit and Finance, Vol. 184, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 2009



Hunger, Adrian:
Market Segmentation and IPO-Underpricing – The German Experience
Working Paper, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Februar 2003

Burghof, Hans-Peter/Hunger, Adrian:
Access to Stock Markets for Small and Medium-Sized Growth Firms
Working Paper, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, 2005