• Audit Committee

    The Audit Committee consists completely of independent directors. The Committee meets at least once every quarter, and additional meetings may be convened at any time deemed necessary. The Committee’s main areas of oversight include the following:

     

    1. Fair presentation of company financial statements.
    2. Appointment or dismissal of certified public accountants as well as the review of their independence and performance.
    3. Effective implementation of company internal controls.
    4. Appropriateness of the procedures and plans for complying with internal company regulations.
    5. Control of existing or potential risks to the Company.
    6. Deliberation of merger and acquisition-related matters.
  • Remuneration Committee

    Members of the Remuneration Committee are appointed through Board resolutions. The Committee must comprise at least three members, at least one of whom must be an independent director; in addition, the convener must be an independent director. The Committee meets at least twice a year. Its members are required to faithfully perform the following duties as a bona fide manager and submit all resulting proposals to the Board of Directors for discussion:

    1. Formulate and regularly review the policies, system, standards, and structure of the performance assessment and remuneration of directors and managers.
    2. Regularly assess and formulate the remuneration of directors and managers.
  • Risk Management Committee

    Members of the Risk Management Committee are appointed by Board resolution. The number of directors must be at least three, with at least one independent director. The Committee is convened a minimum of once every quarter, with additional meetings held whenever necessary.

    The purpose of the Committee is to assist the Board in identifying, overseeing, and communicating with management regarding potential risks facing the Company. With the appropriate functioning of the Committee, a healthy risk culture and support from management is expected to expand and influence the entire organization.

  • Nomination Committee

    The Nomination Committee’s members are appointed through Board resolution. It must comprise at least three members, at least half of whom are required to be independent directors. Committee meetings are convened at least twice a year, during which its members must faithfully perform the following duties as a bona fide manager and submit all related proposals to the Board of Directors for discussion:

    1. Designate the standards of independence and diverse background (covering, for example, skills, experience, and gender) of Board members and supervisors.
    2. In accordance with such standards, find, review, and nominate candidates for director and supervisor positions at the Company and its subsidiaries.
    3. Establish and develop the organizational structure of the Board and each committee of the Company as well as its subsidiaries, and evaluate the performance of the Board.
    4. Establish and review programs related to the director continuing education initiative.
    5. Oversee the Company’s Corporate Governance Best Practice Principles.
    6. Handle other matters as assigned them by resolution of the Board of Directors.
  • Ethics & Integrity committee

    The Ethics & Integrity Committee of CTBC Financial Holding Co., Ltd. shall be composed of Directors. It shall have no fewer than three persons in number, and at least one member must be an independent director. The Committee shall meet at least twice a year, and is responsible for formulating and monitoring integrity management policies and preventative plans. The Committee shall execute the following duties and regularly report their status to the Board of Directors:

    1. Help integrate integrity and ethics into the Company’s business strategy; adopt fraud prevention measures to ensure the Company is in compliance with relevant laws.
    2. Establish programs to prevent dishonest behavior; develop operating procedures and behavioral guidelines to execute each program.
    3. For business activities at a higher risk of corruption, build checks and balances into the Company’s organization, structure, and distribution of authority.
    4. Promote policy knowledge and coordinate training on business integrity.
    5. In accordance with procedures for handling illegal and unethical or dishonest behavior, periodically conduct verification of reports submitted in the Company and its subsidiaries regarding relevant cases and their handling, ensuring the effectiveness of the offense-reporting system.
    6. Periodically conduct verification of cases of unethical behavior submitted by the internal awards and penalty committee regarding employees of the Company and its subsidiaries.
    7. Assist the Board of Directors and CTBC management in ensuring the effective operation of preventative measures established to execute business integrity.
    8. Handle other matters related to the formulation and supervision of integrity management policies.
Independent Director Shih-Chieh, Chang

  • Shih-Chieh has invaluable expertise in insurance and risk management, and as such currently serves as the convener of both the audit and risk management committees.

    A leading academic in risk management and actuarial science, Shih-Chieh held a number of positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He served as a commissioner of the Financial Supervisory Commission from 2006 to 2010 and was an advisory committee member for the Risk Management Committee of Chunghwa Post, Taiwan’s national postal service. 

    Shih-Chieh holds a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and has been a professor at National Chengchi University’s Department of Risk Management and Insurance since 2000. He has also lectured internationally, including in Hong Kong and New Zealand.

    Career Highlights:

    • Commissioner, Financial Supervisory Commission
    • Director, Taiwan Insurance Guaranty Fund
    • Director, Taiwan Insurance Institute
    • Chairman, Insurance Anti-Fraud Institute
    • Chairman, Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association
    • Chairman, Risk Management Society of Taiwan, R.O.C.
    • Dead, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University

 

  • Current Positions:
  • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
  • Independent director, TLG Non-Life Insurance
  • Advisory committee member, Risk Management Committee, Chunghwa Post
  • Consultant, Securities Investment Trust & Consulting Association of the R.O.C.
  • Professor, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University
Independent Director Cheung-Chun, Lau

Over his 30-plus years with leading international financial institutions, Cheung-Chun has gained extensive experience in global financial markets, risk assessment, and regulatory matters.

  • Although based in financial centers around the globe, Cheung-Chun has spent much of his career engaged in Asia Pacific-centric strategic planning and business development. He has specialized in the origination and marketing of capital markets products, providing solutions for corporate and institutional customers in Asia and gaining insights into the insurance sector and corporate governance trends affecting the financial services industry.

  • Cheung-Chun served as senior vice president of ABN AMRO Bank from 2005 to 2010 and managing director of the Bank of Nova Scotia from 2010 to 2016, having previously been managing director of Westcom Capital from 2000 to 2002 and director of Citigroup Global Markets Asia from 2002 to 2005.

  • He holds an MBA in finance and international business from the University of Michigan.

  • Career Highlights:
  • Managing director, Bank of Nova Scotia
  • Senior vice president, ABN AMRO Bank
  • Director, Citigroup Global Markets Asia
  • Managing director, Westcom Capital
  • Executive director, UBS AG
  • Vice president, Bankers Trust Company 

  • Current positions:
  • Independent non-executive director, Hong Leong Insurance (Asia)
Independent Director Chih-Cheng, Wang

Chih-Cheng has valuable expertise in regulatory compliance. Drawing on the knowledge and perspective gained over his career and honed in his current posts at the Taiwan Stock Exchange and CTBC Holding's security and insurance subsidiaries, he is a driving force behind the Company’s growing emphasis on good corporate governance and the improvements being made to its corporate governance mechanisms. 


  • In addition to currently serving as a distinguished professor of finance and economics at National Chung Cheng University, Chih-Cheng previously held positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He also previously served as director of the Financial Ombudsman Institution and commissioner of the Financial Research and Development Fund.

  • He holds a Ph.D. in law from National Chengchi University.

  • Career Highlights:
  • Director, Financial Ombudsman Institution
  • Commissioner, Financial Research and Development Fund

  • Current positions:
  • Independent director, CTBC Securities
  • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
  • Distinguished professor, Department of Financial and Economic Law, College of Law, National Chung Cheng University
  • Adviser, Central Deposit Insurance
  • Commissioner, Listing Application Review Committee (Taiwan Stock Exchange)
  • Commissioner, Listing Examination Commission (Taipei Exchange)
Independent Director Sheng-Yung, Yang

Sheng-Yung brings significant expertise in finance, accounting, and corporate planning to the Board.


  • In academia, he has earned renown for his research in finance and accounting, corporate strategy, international investment, financial institution management, and risk analysis. In the field, he has led development projects with private organizations as well as government agencies, including the Council for Economic Planning and Development of Executive Yuan. He has also served as an independent director at multiple listed companies.

  • Sheng-Yung holds a Ph.D. in finance from Drexel University. He has been dean and vice president of the International College of Providence University since 2016 and is a distinguished professor of finance at National Chung Hsing University.


  • Career Highlights:
  • Independent director, High-Tek Harness Enterprise
  • Dean and distinguished professor, College of Management, Asia University
  • Head, Department of Finance, National Chung Hsing University
  • Chairperson, Central Taiwan Think Tank, Council for Economic Planning and Development (Central Taiwan Office)
  • Member, Operating Fund Committee, Hsinchu Science Park Administration
  • Principal investigator of governmental development and national science and technology organization projects, including Central Taiwan Science Park Bureau, Bureau of Agricultural Finance, Financial Supervisory Commission, Bankers Association of the Republic of China, Taiwan Depository and Clearing Corp., and R.O.C. Bills Finance Association

  • Current positions:
  • Independent director, Nova Technology
  • Independent director, JMicron Technology 
  • Dean and vice president of international affairs, International College, Providence University
  • Distinguished professor of finance, College of Management, National Chung Hsing University
  • Member, Remuneration Committee, Sinon
  • Member, Remuneration Committee, Best Friend Technology
Independent Director Sheng-Yung, Yang

Sheng-Yung brings significant expertise in finance, accounting, and corporate planning to the Board.


  • In academia, he has earned renown for his research in finance and accounting, corporate strategy, international investment, financial institution management, and risk analysis. In the field, he has led development projects with private organizations as well as government agencies, including the Council for Economic Planning and Development of Executive Yuan. He has also served as an independent director at multiple listed companies.

  • Sheng-Yung holds a Ph.D. in finance from Drexel University. He has been dean and vice president of the International College of Providence University since 2016 and is a distinguished professor of finance at National Chung Hsing University.


  • Career Highlights:
  • Independent director, High-Tek Harness Enterprise
  • Dean and distinguished professor, College of Management, Asia University
  • Head, Department of Finance, National Chung Hsing University
  • Chairperson, Central Taiwan Think Tank, Council for Economic Planning and Development (Central Taiwan Office)
  • Member, Operating Fund Committee, Hsinchu Science Park Administration
  • Principal investigator of governmental development and national science and technology organization projects, including Central Taiwan Science Park Bureau, Bureau of Agricultural Finance, Financial Supervisory Commission, Bankers Association of the Republic of China, Taiwan Depository and Clearing Corp., and R.O.C. Bills Finance Association

  • Current positions:
  • Independent director, Nova Technology
  • Independent director, JMicron Technology 
  • Dean and vice president of international affairs, International College, Providence University
  • Distinguished professor of finance, College of Management, National Chung Hsing University
  • Member, Remuneration Committee, Sinon
  • Member, Remuneration Committee, Best Friend Technology
Independent Director Shih-Chieh, Chang

Shih-Chieh has invaluable expertise in insurance and risk management, and as such currently serves as the convener of both the audit and risk management committees.

A leading academic in risk management and actuarial science, Shih-Chieh held a number of positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He served as a commissioner of the Financial Supervisory Commission from 2006 to 2010 and was an advisory committee member for the Risk Management Committee of Chunghwa Post, Taiwan’s national postal service. 

Shih-Chieh holds a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and has been a professor at National Chengchi University’s Department of Risk Management and Insurance since 2000. He has also lectured internationally, including in Hong Kong and New Zealand.

Career Highlights:

  • Commissioner, Financial Supervisory Commission
  • Director, Taiwan Insurance Guaranty Fund
  • Director, Taiwan Insurance Institute
  • Chairman, Insurance Anti-Fraud Institute
  • Chairman, Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association
  • Chairman, Risk Management Society of Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Dead, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University

Current Positions:

  • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
  • Independent director, TLG Non-Life Insurance
  • Advisory committee member, Risk Management Committee, Chunghwa Post
  • Consultant, Securities Investment Trust & Consulting Association of the R.O.C.
  • Professor, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University
Independent Director Cheung-Chun, Lau

Over his 30-plus years with leading international financial institutions, Cheung-Chun has gained extensive experience in global financial markets, risk assessment, and regulatory matters. 


  • Although based in financial centers around the globe, Cheung-Chun has spent much of his career engaged in Asia Pacific-centric strategic planning and business development. He has specialized in the origination and marketing of capital markets products, providing solutions for corporate and institutional customers in Asia and gaining insights into the insurance sector and corporate governance trends affecting the financial services industry.

  • Cheung-Chun served as senior vice president of ABN AMRO Bank from 2005 to 2010 and managing director of the Bank of Nova Scotia from 2010 to 2016, having previously been managing director of Westcom Capital from 2000 to 2002 and director of Citigroup Global Markets Asia from 2002 to 2005.

  • He holds an MBA in finance and international business from the University of Michigan.

  • Career Highlights:
  • Managing director, Bank of Nova Scotia
  • Senior vice president, ABN AMRO Bank
  • Director, Citigroup Global Markets Asia
  • Managing director, Westcom Capital
  • Executive director, UBS AG
  • Vice president, Bankers Trust Company 

  • Current positions:
  • Independent non-executive director, Hong Leong Insurance (Asia)
Independent Director Shih-Chieh, Chang

  • Shih-Chieh has invaluable expertise in insurance and risk management, and as such currently serves as the convener of both the audit and risk management committees.

    A leading academic in risk management and actuarial science, Shih-Chieh held a number of positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He served as a commissioner of the Financial Supervisory Commission from 2006 to 2010 and was an advisory committee member for the Risk Management Committee of Chunghwa Post, Taiwan’s national postal service. 

    Shih-Chieh holds a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and has been a professor at National Chengchi University’s Department of Risk Management and Insurance since 2000. He has also lectured internationally, including in Hong Kong and New Zealand.

    Career Highlights:

    • Commissioner, Financial Supervisory Commission
    • Director, Taiwan Insurance Guaranty Fund
    • Director, Taiwan Insurance Institute
    • Chairman, Insurance Anti-Fraud Institute
    • Chairman, Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association
    • Chairman, Risk Management Society of Taiwan, R.O.C.
    • Dead, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University

  • Current Positions:

    • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
    • Independent director, TLG Non-Life Insurance
    • Advisory committee member, Risk Management Committee, Chunghwa Post
    • Consultant, Securities Investment Trust & Consulting Association of the R.O.C.
    • Professor, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University
Director Thomas K. S. Chen

  • Thomas is an old CTBC Holding hand with a wealth of international financial experience under his belt. He has held positions including chairman of our U.S. operations, vice chairman of our Philippine and Indonesian subsidiaries, and general manager of our Bank’s International Banking Group. 

  • His first post abroad was head of corporate banking at the First Interstate Bank of California’s Singapore branch in 1981. And his global mind-set extends beyond finance, as seen in his current role as a director of the Taipei International Community Cultural Foundation.

  • As a Board director and a member of the risk management, nomination, and ethics and integrity committees, Thomas has leveraged this diverse, hands-on experience in order to elevate CTBC Holding to the financial institution it is today—with customers and activities in over 110 overseas locations.

  • He holds a bachelor’s in public finance and taxation from National Chengchi University.

  • Career Highlights:

  • Chairman, CTBC Asset Management
  • Vice chairman, CTBC Bank
  • Director, Chinatrust Life Insurance (now Taiwan Life Insurance)
  • Secretary-general, Chinatrust Financial Holding (now CTBC Financial Holding)
  • Chairman, Chinatrust Bank (USA) (now CTBC Bank (USA))
  • General auditor, Chinatrust Financial Holding (now CTBC Financial Holding)
  • Vice chairman, Bank Chinatrust Indonesia (now Bank CTBC Indonesia)
  • Vice chairman, Chinatrust (Phils.) Commercial Bank (now CTBC Bank (Philippines))

  • Current Positions:
  • Director, CTBC Bank
  • Chairman, CTBC Securities Investment Trust
  • Chairman, CTBC Leasing
  • Director, Taipei Financial Center
  • Director, Taipei International Community Cultural Foundation
  • Vice chairman, CTBC Charity Foundation
Independent Director Sheng-Yung, Yang

Sheng-Yung brings significant expertise in finance, accounting, and corporate planning to the Board.


  • In academia, he has earned renown for his research in finance and accounting, corporate strategy, international investment, financial institution management, and risk analysis. In the field, he has led development projects with private organizations as well as government agencies, including the Council for Economic Planning and Development of Executive Yuan. He has also served as an independent director at multiple listed companies.

  • Sheng-Yung holds a Ph.D. in finance from Drexel University. He has been dean and vice president of the International College of Providence University since 2016 and is a distinguished professor of finance at National Chung Hsing University.


  • Career Highlights:
  • Independent director, High-Tek Harness Enterprise
  • Dean and distinguished professor, College of Management, Asia University
  • Head, Department of Finance, National Chung Hsing University
  • Chairperson, Central Taiwan Think Tank, Council for Economic Planning and Development (Central Taiwan Office)
  • Member, Operating Fund Committee, Hsinchu Science Park Administration
  • Principal investigator of governmental development and national science and technology organization projects, including Central Taiwan Science Park Bureau, Bureau of Agricultural Finance, Financial Supervisory Commission, Bankers Association of the Republic of China, Taiwan Depository and Clearing Corp., and R.O.C. Bills Finance Association

  • Current positions:
  • Independent director, Nova Technology
  • Independent director, JMicron Technology 
  • Dean and vice president of international affairs, International College, Providence University
  • Distinguished professor of finance, College of Management, National Chung Hsing University
  • Member, Remuneration Committee, Sinon
  • Member, Remuneration Committee, Best Friend Technology
Director Thomas K. S. Chen

  • Department of Public Finance and Taxation, National Chengchi University
  • Chairman, CTBC Bank Corp. (USA)
  • Chief Secretary, CTBC Financial Holding Co., Ltd.

  • Director, CTBC Bank Co., Ltd.
  • Chairman, CTBC Investments Trust Co., Ltd.
  • Chairman, CTBC Asset Management Corporation
  • Director, Taipei Financial Center Corporation
  • Director, He Yeh Investment Co., Ltd.
  • Managing Supervisor, ROC-USA Business Council
  • Director, National Credit Card Center of R.O.C.
  • Vice Chairman, CTBC Charity Foundation
  • Director, Taipei International Community Cultural Foundation
  • Director, CTBC Anti-Drug Educational Foundation
Independent Director Shih-Chieh, Chang

Shih-Chieh has invaluable expertise in insurance and risk management, and as such currently serves as the convener of both the audit and risk management committees.

A leading academic in risk management and actuarial science, Shih-Chieh held a number of positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He served as a commissioner of the Financial Supervisory Commission from 2006 to 2010 and was an advisory committee member for the Risk Management Committee of Chunghwa Post, Taiwan’s national postal service. 

Shih-Chieh holds a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and has been a professor at National Chengchi University’s Department of Risk Management and Insurance since 2000. He has also lectured internationally, including in Hong Kong and New Zealand.

Career Highlights:

  • Commissioner, Financial Supervisory Commission
  • Director, Taiwan Insurance Guaranty Fund
  • Director, Taiwan Insurance Institute
  • Chairman, Insurance Anti-Fraud Institute
  • Chairman, Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association
  • Chairman, Risk Management Society of Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Dead, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University

Current Positions:

  • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
  • Independent director, TLG Non-Life Insurance
  • Advisory committee member, Risk Management Committee, Chunghwa Post
  • Consultant, Securities Investment Trust & Consulting Association of the R.O.C.
  • Professor, Department of Risk Management and Insurance, National Chengchi University
Independent Director Chih-Cheng, Wang

Chih-Cheng has valuable expertise in regulatory compliance. Drawing on the knowledge and perspective gained over his career and honed in his current posts at the Taiwan Stock Exchange and CTBC Holding's security and insurance subsidiaries, he is a driving force behind the Company’s growing emphasis on good corporate governance and the improvements being made to its corporate governance mechanisms. 


  • In addition to currently serving as a distinguished professor of finance and economics at National Chung Cheng University, Chih-Cheng previously held positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He also previously served as director of the Financial Ombudsman Institution and commissioner of the Financial Research and Development Fund.

  • He holds a Ph.D. in law from National Chengchi University.

  • Career Highlights:
  • Director, Financial Ombudsman Institution
  • Commissioner, Financial Research and Development Fund

  • Current positions:
  • Independent director, CTBC Securities
  • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
  • Distinguished professor, Department of Financial and Economic Law, College of Law, National Chung Cheng University
  • Adviser, Central Deposit Insurance
  • Commissioner, Listing Application Review Committee (Taiwan Stock Exchange)
  • Commissioner, Listing Examination Commission (Taipei Exchange)
Independent Director Chih-Cheng, Wang

Chih-Cheng has valuable expertise in regulatory compliance. Drawing on the knowledge and perspective gained over his career and honed in his current posts at the Taiwan Stock Exchange and CTBC Holding's security and insurance subsidiaries, he is a driving force behind the Company’s growing emphasis on good corporate governance and the improvements being made to its corporate governance mechanisms. 


  • In addition to currently serving as a distinguished professor of finance and economics at National Chung Cheng University, Chih-Cheng previously held positions in government and non-profit organizations prior to joining the Board. He also previously served as director of the Financial Ombudsman Institution and commissioner of the Financial Research and Development Fund.

  • He holds a Ph.D. in law from National Chengchi University.

  • Career Highlights:
  • Director, Financial Ombudsman Institution
  • Commissioner, Financial Research and Development Fund

  • Current positions:
  • Independent director, CTBC Securities
  • Independent director, Taiwan Life Insurance
  • Distinguished professor, Department of Financial and Economic Law, College of Law, National Chung Cheng University
  • Adviser, Central Deposit Insurance
  • Commissioner, Listing Application Review Committee (Taiwan Stock Exchange)
  • Commissioner, Listing Examination Commission (Taipei Exchange)
Director Chao-Chin Tung

  • Chao-Chin brings to the Board a wealth of financial and managerial expertise and leadership experience, including from his current role as CTBC Bank chairman. Under his stewardship, the Bank has received numerous accolades at home and abroad, with Chao-Chin himself having been named the Best CEO in Taiwan—an honor awarded every three years by The Asian Banker—in 2016 and 2019.

  • Before joining the Board, Chao-Chin served as deputy director-general of the Hsinchu Science Park Administration from 1990 to 1997 and vice chairman of China Development Financial Holding from 2004 to 2012. He has earned praise as an effective leader across multiple industries and is particularly renowned for the turnaround results he delivered in Taiwan’s tech sector. 

  • He holds a master’s in materials science from the University of Rochester.

  • Career Highlights:

  • Director, Tokyo Star Bank
  • Director, CTBC Life Insurance (now Taiwan Life Insurance)
  • Chairman, CTBC Asset Management
  • Chairman, CTBC Venture Capital
  • Chairman, Chinatrust Bank (USA) (now CTBC Bank (USA))
  • Chairman, China Development Industrial Bank (now CDIB Capital Group)
  • President and director, China Development Financial Holding
  • Deputy director-general, Hsinchu Science Park Administration

  • Current Positions:
  • Chairman, CTBC Bank
  • Vice chairman, Showa Denko HD Trace
  • Director, Straits Exchange Foundation
  • Director, Bankers Association of the Republic of China
  • Managing supervisor, Chinese National Association of Industry and Commerce, Taiwan
Director Thomas K. S. Chen

  • Thomas is an old CTBC Holding hand with a wealth of international financial experience under his belt. He has held positions including chairman of our U.S. operations, vice chairman of our Philippine and Indonesian subsidiaries, and general manager of our Bank’s International Banking Group. 

  • His first post abroad was head of corporate banking at the First Interstate Bank of California’s Singapore branch in 1981. And his global mind-set extends beyond finance, as seen in his current role as a director of the Taipei International Community Cultural Foundation.

  • As a Board director and a member of the risk management, nomination, and ethics and integrity committees, Thomas has leveraged this diverse, hands-on experience in order to elevate CTBC Holding to the financial institution it is today—with customers and activities in over 110 overseas locations.

  • He holds a bachelor’s in public finance and taxation from National Chengchi University.

  • Career Highlights:

  • Chairman, CTBC Asset Management
  • Vice chairman, CTBC Bank
  • Director, Chinatrust Life Insurance (now Taiwan Life Insurance)
  • Secretary-general, Chinatrust Financial Holding (now CTBC Financial Holding)
  • Chairman, Chinatrust Bank (USA) (now CTBC Bank (USA))
  • General auditor, Chinatrust Financial Holding (now CTBC Financial Holding)
  • Vice chairman, Bank Chinatrust Indonesia (now Bank CTBC Indonesia)
  • Vice chairman, Chinatrust (Phils.) Commercial Bank (now CTBC Bank (Philippines))

  • Current Positions:
  • Director, CTBC Bank
  • Chairman, CTBC Securities Investment Trust
  • Chairman, CTBC Leasing
  • Director, Taipei Financial Center
  • Director, Taipei International Community Cultural Foundation
  • Vice chairman, CTBC Charity Foundation