Equitable Treatment of Shareholders
Supervision of the use of insider information
The Company has a clear policy regarding the appropriate use of authority through several channels such as good corporate governance, corporate ethics, announcements of the Security and Exchange Commission and other related agencies, internal communication, corporate culture, etc. To enhance every levels of employees to recognize the importance of equitable treatment of shareholders by not taking personal benefits from the inside information.
Reporting of securities holding
The Company has set a measure to prevent the exploit of insider information by its directors and executives for their own personal benefit. All of them are informed of their duty to report the holding of the Company’s shares either by themselves, their spouses including their children underage. They have also been acknowledged to prepare the report regarding changes in their shareholdings for every time they buy, sell, transfer of accept the transferred shares within 3 days after such transaction date according to the regulations set by the Securities and Exchange Commission, including to submit the copies to the Company Secretary to compile and submit to every Board of Directors’ meetings, of which an agenda is set to acknowledge the report on securities holdings.
Reporting of conflicts of interest
The Company has required its directors and executives to submit reports of their conflicts of interest, as well as those of their connected persons, which involve in the management of the Company or its subsidiaries. The form-filled report must be submitted to the Company Secretary within 30 days after they have been appointed directors or executives in accordance with the specified report form and have to resubmit every time the changes occur within, 30 days. The report forms shall be kept at the Company Secretary and a copy will be provided to the chairmen of the Executive Committee and Chairman of the Audit Committee in compliance with the regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission.