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Article NO. Content

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Regulations Governing the Offering and Issuance of Securities by Foreign Issuers  CH

Amended Date: 2021.03.29 (Articles 3, 5, 6, 8, 9-1, 65 amended,English version coming soon)
Current English version amended on 2015.11.12 
Article 13     A primary exchange (or OTC) listed company that conducts a cash capital increase through a new share issue and whose listing and trading have not been restricted pursuant to Article 139, paragraph 2 of the Act shall allocate 10 percent of the total amount of new shares issued to a public issue to outside parties, provided that if a shareholders meeting resolution calls for allocation of a higher percentage, the resolution shall be complied with.
    If an emerging stock company conducts a cash capital increase through a new share issue and meets the following conditions, it may allocate 10 percent of the total amount of new shares issued to a public issue to outside parties, provided that if a shareholders meeting resolution calls for allocation higher percentage, the resolution shall be complied with:
  1. Two full fiscal years have elapsed since incorporation registration. For an investment holding type company, the period of actual operation by its operating entity is 2 full fiscal years.
  2. Its final ratio of income before tax to shareholders equity in its year-end financial statement meets one of the criteria listed below, and its income before tax in the most recent fiscal year is NT$4 million or higher:
    1. 4 percent or higher in the most recent fiscal year, and after final accounting for the most recent fiscal year, there is no accumulated deficit.
    2. 2 percent or higher in both of the most recent 2 fiscal years.
    3. The average of the most recent two fiscal years is 2 percent or higher, and profitability in the most recent fiscal year is higher than that of the preceding fiscal year.