Information Disclosure Transparency

Fubon Financial Holdings uses many different channels to satisfy stakeholders’ need for information. Among them: the annual shareholders meeting, quarterly investor conferences, monthly revenue reports, and other information and annual reports posted on the Company’s official website. By strengthening information disclosure and transparency, these practices have earned the trust of stakeholders and enhanced Fubon’s positive reputation.

In 2014 and 2015, Fubon earned an A++ rating from the “Information Disclosure and Transparency Ranking System,” which was developed by the Securities and Futures Institute at the request of the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation and the GreTai Securities Market. The system evaluates the transparency and disclosure practices of all publicly listed domestic companies on an annual basis based on an analysis of filings with the market observation post system and information available in the companies’ annual reports and posted on their websites. The results help investors make more informed choices and help protect their rights and interests.

Fubon believes that listed companies and their stakeholders should interact in a friendly manner and look after each other’s interests. With that in mind, the Company posted material information on the stock exchange’s MOPS (market observation post system) 421 times in accordance with “Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation Procedures for Verification and Disclosure of Material Information of Companies with Listed Securities” and other regulations. The information was filed simultaneously in English, helping foreign investors get information in a timely manner. These real-time disclosures cover information related to the finances, businesses or operations of the Company or its subsidiaries or resolutions made by the board of directors, serving as a reference for investors.