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Chief Corporate Governance Officer

In order to implement corporate governance and promote the effective function of the Board, the Company has approved the appointment of Hsu, Che-Hsien as Chief Corporate Governance Officer (“CCGO”) of the Company on August 11, 2020 by the Board. The CCGO is the highest executive in charge of corporate governance related matters. The corporate governance personnel responsible for the corporate governance business of each relevant unit are responsible for various matters of corporate governance. The Company's CCGO has more than 10 years of working experience at public offering companies engaged in stock affairs, financial, or deliberations management.


  1. Terms of Reference:
    1. Handling matters relating to board meetings and shareholders meetings according to laws.
    2. Producing minutes of board meetings and shareholders meetings.
    3. Assisting in onboarding and continuous development of directors and supervisors.
    4. Furnishing information required for business execution by directors and supervisors.
    5. Assisting directors and supervisors with legal compliance.
    6. Other matters set out in the articles or corporation or contract. 
  2. Annual implementation of major duties:
    1. Board, Compensation Committee, Audit Committee:
      1. Summarize the meeting agenda, state the reason for the meeting, sent meeting notice to the members of the Committee or members of the Board seven days before the meeting, prepare sufficient meeting materials and send them together with the meeting notice.
      2. Notify the personnel of relevant departments or subsidiaries to attend the meeting depending on the content of the meeting. Invite CPAs, lawyers or other professionals to attend the meeting and explain, if required.
      3. Meeting agenda and matters of interest to the directors themselves or their legal representatives, and remind the Directors that interest should be avoided.
      4. The meeting minutes will be sent within 20 days after the meeting.
    2. Shareholders' Meeting:
      1. Register the date of the shareholders' meeting according to law.
      2. Prepare and publish the meeting notice, the meeting manual and the meeting minutes within the time limit.
    3. Assist Directors in continuing training: Provide information about Directors’ continuing training, reminding them to complete the training hours and completing the application process in accordance with the “Directions for the Implementation of Continuing Education for Directors and Supervisors of TWSE Listed and TPEx Listed Companies”.
    4. According to the Company's “Procedure for the Performance Assessment of the Board”, the performance of the Board and the functional committees is regularly evaluated to strengthen the efficiency of the Board and functional committees.
    5. Provide Directors with information required for business operation.

      Assist Directors in compliance with laws and regulations, and make matters such as declaration of shareholding changes according to law.

    6. Other matters as required by the Company's Article of Incorporation or contract.

  3. Annual training situation:


Course Name

Training Hours Total training hours (2020 year)

Taiwan Institute of Directors (TWOID) 

Annual Forum Of TWOID 3.0 12.0

Taiwan Corporate Governance Association

Case studies of contests for corporate control 3.0

Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation

2020 Corporate Governance and Corporate Integrity Seminar for Directors and Supervisors 3.0
Taiwan Corporate Governance Association Antitrust Case Analysis: Hewlett-Packard Company v. Quanta Storage, Inc and Quanta Storage America, Inc. 3.0


IR Contacts

Public Relations Manager

Ms. Sammy Huang


Tel : +886-3-3289000 ext. 7685

Stock Agency

China Trust Commercial Bank - Stock Agency Department

5F., No.83, Sec. 1, Chongqing S. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei,Taiwan, R.O.C.

Tel : +886-2-6636-5566