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Taiwan Corporate Governance Implementation as Required by the Taiwan Financial Supervisory Commission
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Continuing Education/Training of Directors in 2013

Name

Date

Host by

Training/Speech Title

Duration

Morris Chang (Note)

12/05

National Science Council Science and Technology Development Council

Speech: International Technical Cooperation and Talents Exchange Strategy Forum

1 hour

F.C. Tseng

05/09

Securities & Future Institute

Directors and Supervisors Practice Advanced Seminar: Strategy and Key Performance Indicators

3 hours

Stan Shih (Note)

07/30

The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei

Speech: Wangdao & Corporate Social Responsibility

1 hour

09/10

Asia Pacific City Summit, APCS

Speech: Wangdao and Social Enterprise

3.5 hours

11/04

The Institute of Internal Auditors, R.O.C.

Speech: Wangdao Governance

1 hour

Kok-Choo Chen

04/30

Taiwan Corporate Governance Association

Functions of Compensation Committee

3 hours

Johnsee Lee

05/10

Council for Economic Planning and Development

Free Economic Pilot Zones Forum

2.5 hours

06/21

National Development Fund, Executive Yuan

Directors and Supervisors Practice Seminar – Principle on the Recusal of Conflict of Interest for Government Functionary

3 hours

  1. From time to time, TSMC provides directors with information concerning regulatory requirements and developments as related to directors’ activities. TSMC management also regularly presents updates on the Company’s business and other information to directors.
  2. Regular regulatory update reports are provided by TSMC’s General Counsel and by the Company’s independent auditors at the Audit Committee meetings such as:
    - Conflict-free Minerals
    - Taiwan “Personal Information Protection Act“
    - Fraud Detection Procedures

Note: Selected speeches on corporate governance and related topics.

Continuing Education/Training of Management in 2013

Name/Title

Date

Host by

Training

Duration

Jessica Chou
Director, Accounting
Division

06/18

Accounting Research and Development Foundation

The Risk, Legal Responsibility, and Awareness of Economic Crime in Judicial Cases, from The Perspective of Chief Accounting Officer

3 hours

06/18

The Law and Practice of Contest Over Corporate Control

3 hours

09/10

Introduction of “Illustrative International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)“

3 hours

09/13

The Case Study of Significant Economic Crime and Related Legal Responsibilities

3 hours

John Liang
Director, Internal
Audit

12/16

The Institute of Internal Auditors, R.O.C.

Audit Practice of Enterprise Bribery

6 hours

12/20

Accounting Research and Development Foundation

Major Financial Fraud and Legal Risk

6 hours

In addition, various training programs and speech presentations were also provided by TSMC’s Legal Organization for Management and the relevant divisions, such as:

  • Insider Trading
  • Protecting of TSMC’s Trade Secrets
  • PIP and Handling “Indirect Customers“
  • New Export Control Enhancement