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|Organizational Regulations of the Remuneration Committee||File +|
|The Rules for Election of Directors||File +|
|Duties and responsibilities for independent directors||File +|
|The Rules for performance evaluation of Boards||File +|
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|Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles||File +|
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|Code of Ethical Conduct||File +|
|Operational Procedures for Handling Material Inside Information and Preventing Insider Trading||File +|
|The Main Shareholders||File +|
Operations of Internal Audit Division
(1) The Auditing Office shall determine the audit items based on risk assessment results, and prepare annual audit plans. Each annual audit plan shall specify the items to be audited on a monthly and quarterly basis, so as to establish the basis for implementing project (case) auditing.
(2) Internal auditors shall fully communicate the audit findings associated with the annual audit items to the audited entity. Any internal control deficiencies and anomalies found during the audit process, including the findings made by the competent authorities, findings from internal control operations, statements on internal control system, and various deficiencies identified in self-assessments and CPA review shall be disclosed in audit reports and tracked after such reports have been approved. Tracking reports shall be prepared at least on a quarterly basis until improvements have been made, so as to ensure that the relevant divisions have taken proper improvement measures in a timely manner.
(3) Auditors shall review self-examination reports on the internal control systems of each division and subsidiary, and combine such review with the internal control deficiencies and anomalies identified by the Internal Audit Division to establish the main basis for assessing the effectiveness of the overall internal control system and issuing statements on internal control system.
(4) In the event that major violations are found or when concerns of material Company losses arise, internal auditors shall immediately prepare and submit a report for approval, and notify the independent directors.