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  • Remuneration Committee
    Introduction

    Founded on April 26, 2011, the duty of the Company’s Remuneration Committee is to evaluate the remuneration policy and system of the directors and managers in a professional, objective manner for the sake of materializing corporate governance, strengthening supervision, and management. At least 2 meetings are convened annually, and a meeting can be convened at any time if necessary to propose recommendations to the board of directors to facilitate their decision-making process.

    Term of the incumbent Remuneration Committee members

    The Company’s 6th Remuneration Committee members serve a term between May 10, 2021, and April 29, 2024.

    Powers of the Remuneration Committee

    I. Regularly review the regulations and propose revision suggestions.

    II. Formulate and regularly reviews the Company’s director and manager's annual and long-term performance evaluation standards, as well as the remuneration policy, system, standards, and structure.

    III. Regularly evaluates the target achievement status of the Company’s directors and managers, as well as stipulates the details and amount of their remuneration packages.

    The following principles should be complied with when exercising the above authority

    I. Make sure the Company’s remuneration arrangements comply with the law and are sufficient to attract outstanding talents.

    II. The performance appraisal and remuneration of the directors and managers should be determined according to industry standards and time invested by the individual, responsibilities, personal target achievement, and performance in other job positions. Other factors taken into consideration when evaluating the reasonableness of the personal performance, the Company’s revenue performance, and future risk include the remuneration offered by the Company for the same job position in recent years, achievement of the Company’s short-term and long-term sales targets, and the Company’s financial status.

    III. The Committee should not encourage the directors and managers to conduct any activities exceeding the acceptable risk level of the Company in pursuit of higher remuneration.

    IV. In respect of the proportion of short-term bonuses and changes in the time of payment of remuneration for directors and high-level managers, the Committee should consider the special characteristics of the industry and the business nature of the Company.

    V. The Committee members may not join the discussion and decision-making process concerning their remuneration.

    The following principles should be complied with when exercising the above authority
    I. Make sure the Company’s remuneration arrangements comply with the law and are sufficient to attract outstanding talents.
    II. The performance appraisal and remuneration of the directors and managers should be determined according to industry standards and time invested by the individual, responsibilities, personal target achievement, and performance in other job positions. Other factors taken into consideration when evaluating the reasonableness of the personal performance, the Company’s revenue performance, and future risk include the remuneration offered by the Company for the same job position in recent years, achievement of the Company’s short-term and long-term sales targets, and the Company’s financial status.
    III. The Committee should not encourage the directors and managers to conduct any activities exceeding the acceptable risk level of the Company in pursuit of higher remuneration.
    IV. In respect of the proportion of short-term bonuses and changes in the time of payment of remuneration for directors and high-level managers, the Committee should consider the special characteristics of the industry and the business nature of the Company.
    V. The Committee members may not join the discussion and decision-making process concerning their remuneration.
    Wei-Ting Liu    Convener
    Current occupation

    (1) INED, CMMT.

    (2) Managing Attorney and Chairman, TaipeiLaw. Attorneys-at-Law.

    (3) Director, TaipeiLaw Attorneys-at-Law.

    (4) Supervisor, TOA - JET CHEMICAL CO., LTD.

    (5) Arbitrator of the Chinese Arbitration Association Taipei.

    (6)Patent Attorney

    (7) Attorney-at-Law

    Education

    EMBA, National Taiwan University.

    Ph.D. program, China University of Political Science and Law.

    Master of Law, National Chung Cheng University

    Bachelor of Law, National Chung Cheng University

    Experiences
    Judicial Officer Level-4 Exam passed, and has served as a clerk at Taiwan Shihlin District Court.
    Juu-En Chang    Member
    Current occupation

    (1)Emeritus Professor, Department of Environmental Engineering, National Cheng Kung University

    (2)INED, Cleanaway Company Limited.

    (3)INED, Green River Holding Co., Ltd.

    Education

    Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Tohoku University

    Experiences

    (1)Director, Sustainable Environment Research Center, National Cheng Kung University.

    (2)President, the Formosa Association of Resource Recycling.

    (3)Director, Sustainable Environment Research Center, National Cheng Kung University.

    (4)Minister/Deputy Minister, Environmental Protection Administration.

    (5) President, Chinese Institute of Environmental Engineering.

    (6)Associate Dean, College of Engineering, National Cheng Kung University.

    (7)CEO, NCKU Research and Development Foundation.

    Sheng-Jye Hwang    Member
    Current occupation

    Professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University

    Education

    PhD, Institute of Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Experiences

    Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University

    Heng-Zhen Ho    Member
    Current occupation

    Lawyer, Min Wei Attorneys-at Law

    Education

    Dep. of Law, National Chengchi University

    Judicial education pre-job training No. 48

    Experiences

    Prosecutor, Tainan District Prosecutors Office

    Steve Go      Member
    Current occupation

    (1) Director, Chenbro Micom Co., Ltd.

    (2) Director, Taiwan Star Telecom Corporation Limited

    (3) Director, Card Plus Pte. Ltd., Singapore

    (4) Chairman, Huxia Consulting Co., Ltd.

    Education

    (1)EMBA, National Taiwan University.

    (2)EMBA, Fudan University

    (3)Bachelor in Accounting, Soochow University.

    Experiences

    (1) Vice chairman and Strategic leader, PWC Taiwan

    (2) Chairman, EYES MEDIA CO., LTD

    (3) Chief Strategy Advisor, INT TECH Co., LTD

    (4) Advisory Committee member, College of Management, National Taiwan University.

    (5) Executive Director, Chinese Tax Research Association

    (6) Director, Chunghua Association of Public Finance

    (7) Director, CCIA

    (8) Advisory Committee member, Committee of national finance integrity

    (9) Intellectual Property Committee member, Chinese National Federation of Industries

    Attendance of the Remuneration Committee in recent years
    Job title Full name Actual attendance Attendance by proxy Attendance rate (%) Note
    Convener Wei-Ting Liu 4 0 100%
    Member Juu-En Chang 4 0 100%
    Member Sheng-Jye Hwang 2 0 100
    Member Heng-Zhen Ho 3 1 75
    Major Resolutions made by Remuneration Committee
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    2020 Major Resolutions of Remuneration Committee