APACER (hereinafter referred to as the Company) attaches great importance to corporate governance, actively implements sustainable corporate operations, and plans the Company's long-term operating strategy in line with the Corporate Governance 3.0 Sustainable Development Roadmap released by the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), to respond to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with practical actions.
1. The Company uploads the Meeting Notices, Meeting Agenda, and supplementary materials for the meeting in both Chinese and
English 30 days before the shareholders’ meeting.
2. When The Company distributes yearly cash dividends, all distributions are completed within 30 days after the ex-dividend base date.
3. The Company holds a shareholders’ meeting by the end of May, and the Chairman attends the shareholders’ meeting in person.
1. The number of independent directors of the Company shall account for at least one-third of the number of directors, and at least one
female director shall be included in the Company's Board of Directors.
2. The Company has formulated the Corporate Governance Practice Code which has been approved by the Board of Directors.
3. All directors have completed their training in accordance with the number of hours specified in the Directions for the Implementation
of Continuing Education for Directors and Supervisors of TWSE Listed and TPEx Listed Companies.
1. The Company is invited to hold (or independently hold) at least two investor conferences with an interval of at least three months
between the two sessions.
2. The Company publishes the annual financial report verified and certified by the CPA within two months after the end of the fiscal
3. The Company releases major corporate information in both Chinese and English simultaneously.
1. The Company’s website or annual report discloses the identities of the stakeholders, issues of concern, communication channels,
and response methods, as well as offers regular reports of the communication status with each stakeholder to the Board of Directors.
2. The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report structure is established to disclose information on corporate
governance, strategies, risk management, indicators, and goals for climate-related risks and opportunities.
3. Following the GRI Universal Standards released by Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and referencing the relevant ESG information
disclosed in the SASB Standards, the Company sustainability reports are published in both Chinese and English and uploaded on
the Market Observation Post System (MOPS) and the Company’s website.