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Sustainability Principles
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Sustainability Principles

  • Taipei Exchange recognizes and supports the United Nations in promoting its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on environmental, societal, and governance issues
    Taipei Exchange recognizes and supports the United Nations in promoting its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on environmental, societal, and governance issues.
    Taipei Exchange is committed to achieving "Gender Equality" (SDG 5), “Decent Work and Economic Growth” (SDG 8), "Reduced Inequalities" (SDG 10), "Responsible Consumption and Production" (SDG 12), "Climate Action" (SDG 13), and "Partnerships for the Goals" (SDG 17) highlighted by United Nations “Sustainable Stock Exchanges” (SSE).Taipei Exchange regards the aforementioned goals as the core principles when promoting sustainable development. In addition to integrating SDGs into our business, we actively promotes SDGs to companies in the exchange market and look forward to raising awareness among stakeholders.
  • Companies must pay more attention to climate-related risks and opportunities.
    Companies must pay more attention to climate-related risks and opportunities.
    Climate change has increased risks for the entire financial system. Companies must pay more attention to climate-related risks and opportunities. Apart from encouraging companies to pay attention to ESG related issues and comply with SDGs, as the supervisor of the exchange market, Taipei Exchange has to be a positive example for the industry. As a response to “Climate Action” (SDG 13) and “Partnerships for the Goals” (SDG 17), selected by SSE as goals highly relevant to exchanges, in October 2020, Taipei Exchange has become a supporter of the “Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures” (TCFD), which was established by “Financial Stability Board” (FSB).
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Policy

  • Ethical Corporate Management
    Ethical Corporate Management
    To provide companies and investors a better and trustworthy market platform, Taipei Exchange follows “Ethical Management Principles" and carries out business activities in a fair and transparent manner. In order to ensure that the board of directors, management and all employees carry out business activities in according with our core value, Taipei Exchange has developed "Taipei Exchange Ethical Management Rules" and established a risk control mechanism to create a sustainable business environment.
  • Labor Rights Policy
    Labor Rights Policy
    To fulfill corporate social responsibility and treat all workers with dignity, in addition to adhering to labor-related laws and regulations, Taipei Exchange recognizes and supports international human rights conventions such as the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, “The United Nations Global Compact”, “The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women” (CEDAW) and the “International Labour Convention.” Taipei Exchange will implement human rights standards in accordance with the following guidelines:
    1. 1. Diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity
    2. 2. Prohibition of child labor.
    3. 3. Prohibition of forced labor.
    4. 4. Create a safe and healthy working environment.
    5. 5. Promotion of physical and mental health and work-life balance of all workers.
    6. 6. Create an unhindered channel between management and labor.
    7. 7. Review and evaluate relevant human rights policies in due course.
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management
    Sustainable Supply Chain Management
    The main types of suppliers of Taipei Exchange are service providers, equipment suppliers and engineering subcontractors, including information services, security, electronic equipment, telecommunications, furniture and construction works, etc. There are "Property Purchase and Management Guidelines" and "Supplier Evaluation Guidance", regulating the conduct of procurement personnel and supplier qualification examination, and specifying in supplier contracts for "prohibition of commission rebates" and "information confidentiality obligations and cybersecurity" provisions. Taipei Exchange also promotes suppliers to sign "Corporate Social Responsibility Commitments" and expects partners to follow and implement together.