A shareholder having controlling power over a securities firm shall comply with the following provisions:
- It shall bear a duty of good faith to other shareholders and shall not directly or indirectly cause the company to engage in transactions at other than arms' length or involve in management conduct for adverse interest.
- Its representative shall follow the rules implemented by the securities firm with respect to the exercise of rights and participation of resolution, so that at a shareholders' meeting, the representative shall exercise his/her voting right for the best interest of all shareholders and in good faith and, when acting as a director or supervisor, he/she will exercise the fiduciary duty of a director or supervisor.
- It shall comply with relevant laws, regulations and the articles of incorporation of the company in nominating directors or supervisors and shall not act beyond the authority granted by the shareholders meeting or board meeting.
- It shall not improperly intervene in corporate policy making or obstruct corporate management activities.
- It shall not restrict or impede the management of the company by methods of unfair competition.
- The corporate representative appointed by it after it was elected as director or supervisor shall have the professional qualifications required by the company, and it shall not replace the representative unless there is a good reason.