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

Amended Date: 2021.03.29 
Article 31     When an issuer files to issue overseas stocks, it must obtain effective registration with the FSC before it may carry out any follow-on issue, except under the following circumstances:
  1. Overseas stocks are sold domestically, and investors who purchase the stocks on the domestic market (in an amount not exceeding the quantity originally sold) then trade them again on an offshore market.
  2. Following the issuance of overseas stocks, the issuer carries out a cash capital increase through a new share issue, a new share distribution from earnings, or a new share distribution from capital reserve in a corresponding amount.
    Where an issuer needs to issue additional overseas stocks in connection with a cash capital increase through a new share issue, as referred to in the preceding paragraph, if the proceeds raised offshore are to be converted into New Taiwan Dollars and used onshore, the issuer shall obtain a consent letter from the Central Bank before registering for a cash capital increase with (by) the FSC.