When a company conducts a cash capital increase, and makes the portion of shares to which its employees and shareholders have waived subscription rights available for subscription by investors, or available for subscription by institutional angels only, through the crowdfunding platform of a securities firm, if in the first round of subscription, the shares are not fully subscribed, or are fully subscribed but some of the subscribers fail to make payment for the shares by the deadline, unless the securities firm and the company mutually agree not to do so, the company shall set an appropriate period of time for a second round of subscription. If the parties have mutually agreed not to hold a second round of subscription as mentioned above, or if in the second round of subscription, the shares are not fully subscribed, or are fully subscribed but some of the subscribers fail to make payment for the shares by the deadline, the subscriptions of the investors who have expressed the willingness to subscribe shall be voided, and the share payments, plus interest accrued on the account, shall be refunded out of the company's deposit account to all those who have already made the payments, and the company shall bear the remittance handling fees for the refunds.
If the shares have been fully subscribed in the first or second round of subscription, the securities firm shall follow the will of the company in confirming the list of subscribers, and notify the subscribers on the list to carry out payment procedures, and shall also notify the company or the professional shareholder services agent to confirm that the share payments have been collected in full and related matters.
If it is confirmed that share payments under the preceding paragraph have not been collected in full, the company shall follow the provisions of paragraph 1. If it is confirmed that the share prices have been collected in full, the company shall carry out relevant matters including information reporting, amendment of its company registration, and delivery of the physical share certificates if any are printed by the issuing company; if the issuing company does not print physical share certificates, it shall register its issued shares with a central securities depository in accordance with Article 161-2 of the Company Act.