Sustainable Governance

Materiality Performances

Corporate Governance
22% female directors Ms. Emily Hong elected as Vice Chairman
Designation of Corporate Governance Officer to deepen corporate governance
General shareholders’ meeting, E-voting attendance reached 89%, up 5.43% compared to 2019
Ethical Management
Suppliers’ signing of “Supplier Ethical Management Letter” achieved 98%, up 25% compared to 2019
Code of Conduct Training, a total of 1,981 employees were trained, with a total of 738.75 training hours
No event of violation to integrity and ethics or involvement in corruption
Economic Performance
Consolidated revenue reached NT$186.928 billion, increased by 14.26% YoY
Profit after tax was NT$8.61 billion, increased by 0.8% YoY
EPS was NT$49.25, higher than NT$36.42 in 2019
Risk Management
Establishment of Corporate Sustainability Committee to manage sustainable risks
No event causing material loss or penalties by competent authorities due to violation of internal control systems
Regulations and Voluntary Compliance
Conferred “Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Certification”
No event of penalties for violations of environmental protection laws
No legal action against anti-competitive behavior, antitrust and monopoly behavior
No event that violates socioeconomic laws and regulations
Supply Chain Management
CSR audits have been performed to 30 suppliers, with implementation and improvement rates reaching 100%
The tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold (3TG) minerals used by suppliers surveyed by Wiwynn all come from qualified smelters or refineries

Governance Material Topic

●:Goal Achieved ▲:Goal Yet to be Achieved

20202021Medium and Long-Term
Corporate Governance● Results as evaluated by the Board of Directors and Functional Committees are “Exceeding Standards” (Over 90 Points)
2020 results as evaluated by the Board of Directors and Functional Committees are “Exceeding Standards” (Over 90 Points)
Results as evaluated by the Board of Directors and Functional Committees are “Exceeding Standards” (Over 90 Points)Through continued cooperation with Corporate Governance Blueprint as stipulated by competent authorities, deepening of corporate governance is continued
Ethical Management● Continued request to suppliers on signing “Supplier Ethical Management Letter”
Suppliers signing “Supplier Ethical Management Letter”, with a completion rate at 98%
• Continued request to suppliers on signing “Supplier Ethical Management Letter”
• Conducting education training and advocacy
• Directors and senior management level submitting Ethical Management Policy Statement
Enhancing employees and suppliers’ awareness of Wiwynn integrity policy and effecting transparent whistleblowing channels, application of incentive and punishment instruments as well as whistleblower protection mechanism to reduce employees’ receipt of unjust enrichment or conduct with violation against integrity when performing duties.
Economic Performance● Dividend payout ratio reaching more than 60%
2020 dividend payout ratio reached 63.15%
Dividend payout ratio reaching more than 60%Adopting a stable dividend policy, continuously creating long-term investment values for incentive to shareholders
Taxation Management(Material topic added in 2021)Supporting government’s enterprise innovation, R&D, economic growth and other various taxation strategiesComplementing tax planning following the Corporation’s operations goals
Risk Management● Risks identification and management are conducted depending on different management systems, along with grasp to amendments to laws and regulations and examination on various internal rules for lowering violation risks
No event causing material loss or penalties by competent authorities due to violation of internal control systems in 2020
Risks identification and management for lowering violation risksContinuing evaluation on effects of risks monitoring and risk management strategies
Regulations and Voluntary Compliance● No event of material violation to laws and regulations (with fine exceeding NT$1 million)
No event of material violation against laws and regulations in 2020
● Continuing update examination and compliance with environmental protection laws and regulations
A laws and regulations audit register form is created through laws and regulations identification, with 18 applicable laws and regulations registered. We will continue in confirming internal operation procedure of its compliance with legal specifications to protect the environment and strike a balance with socioeconomic environment and condition changes
No event of material violation to laws and regulations (with fine exceeding NT$1 million)No event of material violation against laws and regulations
Supply Chain Management● The goal of performing audits on corporate sustainability and social responsibility on 30 suppliers at risk was set
In 2020, on-site audit was performed to 30 suppliers, with an implementation rate of 100%
Audits on corporate sustainability and social responsibility on 33 suppliers at riskConstructing a complete suppliers management system, while supporting and encouraging suppliers to comply with RBA Code of Conduct

Special: Pandemic Management

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has caused a global impact, aggravated the inequality of the rich and the poor and affected the harmony of the society, hindered global cooperation and the development of the world economy, and added unpredictable factors to all levels. Wiwynn demonstrated the business operations resilience during the pandemic, established good trust and partnerships with customers and supply chains, and continued to learn from the risk response during the epidemic to improve the ability to resist other risks.