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Company Information Security Policy

Taiwan Financial Holdings

Social responsibility

  • In 2015, TFH took concrete action to show concern for those in need. Among other actions, the Group: held a "Lighting Christmas Trees" charitable activity and other such events; engaged in discussion of demographic ageing (a topic of considerable social concern); and had the Group's head office and affiliates provide sponsorship throughout Taiwan (including the offshore islands) to children's homes as well as senior citizens' nursing homes that accept physically and mentally disabled persons from middle- and low-inco​me households. Activities carried out in 2015 also included a lot of cultural and artistic elements, and provided opportunities for friendship between young children and the elderly.

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  • In order to fulfill its corporate social responsibility and show compassion for society, the TFH Group established the Bank of Taiwan Charity Trust. This charity trust makes use of the expertise of financial industry professionals to help people prepare for their old age, and take care of the underprivileged.​

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    the TFH Group established the Bank of Taiwan Charity Trust  
  • Used the Group's integrated resources to take active part in community service activities; gave back to society through concrete action by organizing blood drives and making donations to support social service groups that help orphans, the elderly, and persons with physical and mental disabilities; engaged in ongoing promotion of basketball events; and supported domestic cultural and creative industries by holding cultural and literary events, as well as economic and financial forums. Through these activities, the Group fulfilled its corporate social responsibility.

  • ​​​Fulfilled the Group's corporate social responsibility by protecting persons with physical and mental disabilities; set an annual target of purchasing no less than 5% of products and services from persons with disabilities—the actual share in 2015 reached 7.22%.

  • TFH adopted a plan for implementation of the "four conservations" campaign (i.e. conservation of electricity, fuel, water, and paper), and set up a task force to work out specific measures to cut carbon emissions and reduce the environmental impact of the Group's business activities.

  • TFH has an employees' handbook, bylaws governing rewards and sanctions, and a code of conduct that require personnel at all levels to carry out their duties in an honest and ethical manner, and to avoid conflicts of interest. In addition, employees' ethical conduct is included among the items considered at the time of performance evaluations.

  • In 2014, TFH took concrete action to show concern for those in need. Among other actions, the Group: held a "Lighting Christmas Trees" charitable activity and other such events; engaged in discussion of demographic ageing (a topic of considerable social concern); had the Group's head office and affiliates provide sponsorship throughout Taiwan (including the offshore islands) to children's homes as well as senior citizens' nursing homes that accept physically and mentally disabled persons from middle- and low-income households; went to these homes on holidays to deliver material donations and visit with the residents; and collaborated with nine other leading banks to jointly hold a hiking activity in Kaohsiung in a show of concern following a massive series of gas mains explosions there.​​​​​

  • Used the Group's integrated resources to take active part in community service activities; gave back to society through concrete action by organizing blood drives and making donations to support social service groups that help orphans, the elderly, and persons with physical and mental disabilities; engaged in ongoing promotion of basketball events; and supported domestic cultural and creative industries by holding cultural and literary events, as well as economic and financial forums. Through these activities, the Group fulfilled its corporate social responsibility.​​​​​

  • Fulfilled the group's corporate social responsibility by protecting persons with physical and mental disabilities; set an annual target of purchasing no less than 5% of products and services from persons with disabilities—the actual share in 2014 reached 5.29%.​​​​

  • Green purchasing policies: For products included among the designated product categories slated for the government's green procurement program, the Group has adopted a target of procuring at least 90% Green Mark products, and the Green Mark product procurement rate for 2014 was 99.6%.​​​​

  • TFH has an employees' handbook, bylaws governing rewards and sanctions, and a code of conduct that require personnel at all levels to carry out their duties in an honest and ethical manner, and to avoid conflicts of interest. In addition, employees' ethical conduct is included among the items considered at the time of performance evaluations.​​​​​​​​