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Directions for Securities Listing Review Committee Meeting Agendas  CH

Announced Date: 2015.12.25 
Categories: Primary Market > Review
Article 5     A briefing by the Applicant is conducted in two parts in principle: a film and an oral explanation of the company’s profile. The time for each part will be arranged by the Applicant, lead underwriter and auditor themselves.
    The briefing above shall cover the following in principle:
  1. The company’s place of business, production flow and business overview.
  2. Company history.
  3. Main products, raw materials and main sources.
  4. Business philosophy and track records.
  5. Market overview and status of industry, including competition in the industry, product substitutability, business cycle, and other countermeasures.
  6. Analysis of transactions with suppliers and purchasers, current sales, and gross profit margins of its products in the last three years.
  7. Competitive niche (advantage).
  8. Fund management, including budgeting, funding, utilization of idle funds, implementation of the previous capital increase, and utilization plans for projected capital increases, relevant benefit analysis etc.
  9. Financial transactions with interested parties and enterprises of the group.
  10. Comparative analysis of the financial ratios of listed and unlisted companies in the same category.
  11. Inventory management, production and marketing policies and actual implementation.
  12. Equipment, plants and other real property.
  13. Research and development results and plans, including quality analysis of personnel of the R&D department, directions of R&D, R&D capabilities of companies in the same trade, prospects of mass production and market competitiveness.
  14. Development plans, favorable and unfavorable factors affecting company development, and countermeasures to deal with such factors.
  15. Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility.
    1. Long-term plans, and objectives, challenges and opportunities of the next three to five years.
    2. Composition of directors and supervisors, and actual operations of directors’ and supervisors’ meetings in the last two years.
    3. Avenues and frequency of communication between the company and stakeholders.
    4. Ethical-operation policy and report system of the company.
    5. Environmental risk identified by the company, countermeasures adopted, and effects of actual implementation of the measures.
    6. Assessment and results of impact caused by suppliers to the environment and society.
    7. Dividend policy.
    8. Personnel and employee benefit system, including employee stock subscription, bonuses and retirement system etc.
    9. Purpose of listing.
    Briefings submitted for a reconsideration cases are governed by the preceding paragraph mutatis mutandis, with the reasons for rejection and reasons for re-consideration stated in comparison table.