Focus Reports
  • Fubon 2021 ESG Report
  • Fubon 2021 TCFD Report
Sustainability Performance
Green Finance
  • 123
  • Low Carbon
    Investment
  • 16,802
  • 18,668
  • 19,508
  • Green Energy
    Technology Investment
  • 2,652
  • 3,011
  • 3,250
  • Green Bonds Investment
  • 143
  • 284
  • 173
  • Green Financing
  • 1,255
  • 1,383
  • 1,569
Unit:NT$100 Million
The largest agricultural and aquaculture insurer in Taiwan
  • Underwrite over 80% of agricultural and aquaculture insurance in Taiwan
  • Taiwan’s first agricultural insurance policy was launched in 2015. Current insurance covers pear, rice, banana, grouper, milkfish, perch, and snapper in farming and aquaculture insurance.
  • Launched the first flood & typhoon insurance in agricultural facility in 2018
  • The goal of insurance related to green energy, natural disasters and sustainability aims to reach NT$7 billion in 2025.
Promoting low-carbon transition:
the largest green energy insurer in Taiwan
  • Supporter to the green energy industry
  • The number of policies climbed 23% in 2020
  • Participation in green energy industry:
Top among Taiwan banks in wind power lending from Taipei Fubon Bank
  • Loans to wind power reached NT$16.5bn in 2020, 30% market share with top ranked
  • position among Taiwanese banks
  • Continue to finance green energy or alternative energy industries
The first green finance certified by a third-party agency in Taiwan
Taipei Fubon Bank and Yuen Foong Yu, a leading paper industry group, launched the first third-party-certified green finance program in Taiwan in July, 2021. This was certified by a third-party organization. The proceeds will be used for renewable energy generation, zero coal-fired steam and electricity co-generation, and energy saving in recycled paper production. It is Taiwan’s first green finance project certified by a third-party accounting firm in accordance with the international standard of Green Loan Principles 2021.
The first local bank in Taiwan to introduce sustainability-linked loans
  • Taipei Fubon Bank signed a 3-year “Sustainability Linked Loan” with Merry Electronics Co., Ltd., the first case from a local bank in Taiwan. (Foreign banks are DBS and HSBC)
  • Taipei Fubon Bank provides preferential loan interest rate if the corporate’s greenhouse gas emission intensity and energy consumption intensity are reduced by 5% yoy. We encourage clients to establish long-term management policies in green energy.
Sustainability Initiatives
  • 2013
    Support the carbon disclosure project (CDP) and completed the CDP questionnaire
  • 2014
    Started complying with UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment in 2014
  • 2016
    The first financial institution to commit to science-based targets (SBT) in carbon reduction in 2016
  • 2017
    Stipulated Fubon Financial Holdings Responsible Investment Management Guidelines in 2017
  • 2018
    Adopted the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) climate risk management framework at the end of 2018
  • 2019
    Officially became a TCFD Supporter in September 2019
    Adjusted Fubon Financial Holdings Responsible Investment Management Guidelines to apply to Fubon Financial Holdings and subsidiaries in 2019 for unified compliance with Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI)
  • 2020
    Fubon Insurance adopted principles for sustainable insurance and published a PSI Report.
  • 2021
    Fubon will disclose ESG information related to investors in “Fubon Financial Holdings 2020 CSR Report” in accordance with the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB) standards for the insurance industry.
    Fubon Life and Fubon Insurance published the 2020 Sustainability Report in 2021, which integrated PSI principles.
    Published the first TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures) report in the financial industry
  • 2022
    Fubon Financial has won “Double A” honor of CDP climate change, supplier engagement rating for two consecutive years
    Fubon Financial Holdings officially became the member of PCAF and AIGCC.
    Fubon signed World Economic Forum "Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics" Commitment.