• Company Profile
  • Company Structure
  • Board of Directors
  • Board Committees
  • Financial Policies
  • Guidelines for the Corporate Governance
  • Shareholder Meeting Resolutions
  • Internal Audit
  • Investor FAQs

Company NameGlobalWafers Co., Ltd.
Stock NameGWC
Stock Code6488
Market TypeOTC-Listed
Industry TypeSemiconductor
Principal ActivitiesResearch, develop and design on semiconductor ingots/wafers
Date of Establishment2011-10-18
Date of Listing2015-09-25
CapitalNT$ 4,372,500,000
ChairmanDoris Hsu
Principal OfficeNo. 8. Industrial East Road 2. Science-Based Industrial Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Number of Employees
Stock Transfer AgentYuanta Securities Co.,Ltd Registrar & Transfer Agency Dept.
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Fax+886-3-578-1706 / +886-3-579-0405

ChairpersonHsiu-Lan Hsu
  • Set up business plans, strategies, and targets.

  • Execute resolutions from Board of Directors Meeting and Shareholder Meeting
  • PresidentMark England
  • Execute resolutions from Board of Directors Meeting and Shareholder Meeting
  • R&D VPWen-ching Hsu
  • Research, develop, test new products

  • Improve production technology, yield and capacity.

  • Collaborate with academic institutions

  • Design and improve machineries.
  • Manufacturing VPWen-ching Hsu
  • Manage production and quality, abnormity, utilization of raw materials, scrap, maintain work environment and security, human resource arrangement and training, expansion preparation and execution.

  • Evaluate and purchase new machineries and in charge of maintenance and improvement.
  • Logistics VPWei-Wen Chen
  • Production and capacity arrangement
  • Procurement VPChing-Wen Chou
  • Procure and purchase

  • Evaluate new suppliers.

  • Manage raw materials and suppliers.
  • Corporate Development VP
    Chung-Wei Lee
  • Japan's marketing strategy planning, market expansion, and maintenance of relationship with investor and media .
  • Sales VPSheng-Hsiung Hung
  • Market strategy, explore potential market, customer communication and after service.

  • Collect market information, customer service and product application, assist the R&D and promotion activities of new products.
  • CFOMing-Hui Chien
  • Fund arrangement and networking with financial institutions.

  • Project execution
  • Accounting Manager Yu-Ting Lo
  • Set up, perform, control and review annual budget

  • Plan, establish execute and revise accounting system

  • Prepare, analyze and explain financial structure, profit & loss and financial statements.

  • Tax arrangement
  • President of Taisil BranchYin-Sheng Shueh
  • Execute resolutions from Board of Directors Meeting and Shareholder Meeting
  • R&D Vice President
    of Taisil Branch
    Liang-Chin Chen
  • Taisil Branch's research, develop, test new products

  • Improve production technology, yield and capacity in Taisil Branch.

  • Collaborate with academic institutions

  • Design and improve machineries.
  • QA/Product Integration
    Vice President of Taisil Branch
    Yao-Yi Huang
  • Responsible for the formulation and management of product quality standards and inspection specifications.

  • Quality inspection of incoming materials, instrument fixtures, manufacturing processes and finished products.

  • Promotion of quality improvement activities.
  • Production Vice President
    of Taisil Branch
    Chun-Jung Huang
  • Responsible for the Planning and execution of product production, yield and exception management.

  • Capacity expansion of Taisil Branch.
  • Projects Vice President
    of Taisil Branch
    Chun-Wei Huang
  • Responsible for the planning and execution of the project business of Taisil branch
  • Information on the Selection of Directors

    Diversity Policy for the Board Members
    The composition of the board of directors has taken diversity into consideration and formulating an appropriate policy on diversity based on the company’s business operations, operating dynamics, and development needs. It is advisable that the policy include the following two general standards:

    1. Basic requirements and values: Gender, age, nationality, and culture
    2. Professional knowledge and skills: A professional background (e.g., law, accounting, industry, finance, marketing, technology), professional skills, and industry experience

    All members of the board shall have the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to perform their duties. To achieve the ideal goal of corporate governance, the board of directors shall possess the following abilities:

    1. Ability to make operational judgment
    2. Ability to perform accounting and financial analysis
    3. Ability to conduct management administration
    4. Ability to conduct crisis management
    5. Knowledge of the industry
    6. An international market perspective
    7. Ability to lead
    8. Ability to make policy decisions
    Chairman & CEODoris Hsu (Hsiu-Lan Hsu)Master degree in Computer Science, University of IllinoisExecutive vice president of Sino-American Silicon Products Inc.
    Sino-American Silicon Products Inc. Representative DirectorMing-Kuang LuHonorary doctorate of Science in National Chiao Tung University President of Lite-On Semiconductor Corp.
    President of Vishay Lite-On Power Semiconductor Corp.,
    Vice President of Silitek Corp
    Sino-American Silicon Products Inc. Representative DirectorTan-Liang Yao MBA degree, Tamkang UniversityAssistant vice president at Lite-On Semiconductor Corp.
    President of Sino American Silicon Products Inc.
    DirectorKuo-Chow ChenNan Ying Vocation High School
    Chairman of Nan‐Hai Optoelectronics Technology Co. Ltd.
    Director of COTA Commercial Bank
    Independent DirectorJeng-Ywan JengPh D. in Engineering of the University of Liverpool
    President, College of Engineer, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
    Distinguished Professor, Department of Mechanical Enginering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
    Independent DirectorChung-Yu WangAdvanced Management Program, Harvard UniversityDirector of CX Technology Corporation
    Director of Curiemed Corporation
    Independent DirectorMing-Ren YuMBA from New York UniversityVice President of Elite Material Co., Ltd.

    Board of Directors


    Evaluation of CPA Independence (Chinese version)


    The Audit Committee helps to supervise the following items:

    1. Appropriate description of the financial report of the company
    2.  New appointment, conge, qualification, independence and credit of CPA
    3. Effective implementation of the internal control
    4. Abidance of relevant laws and regulations
    5. Existing and potential risks management
    Jeng-Ywan Jeng
    (Independent director)
    Chung-Yu Wang
    (Independent director)
    Ming-Ren Yu
    (Independent director)

    The Remuneration Committee helps the Board to execute and evaluate overall remuneration and welfare policies, as well as remunerations of directors and managers.
    Three independent directors constitute Remuneration Committee and convene at least two meetings a year.

    Jeng-Ywan Jeng
    (Independent director)
    Chung-Yu Wang
    (Independent director)
    Ming-Ren Yu
    (Independent director)

    With authorization from the board of directors (below, “the board”), the Nominating Committee  shall consist of at least three directors elected by the board, which more than half of whom shall be independent directors, and exercise the due care of a good administrator to faithfully perform the following duties and shall submit its proposals to the board for discussion:

    1. Finding, evaluating and nominating candidates for directors and senior executives based on standards of independence and a diversified background covering the expertise, skills, experience, gender, etc.
    2. Establishing and developing the organizational structure of the board and each committee, and evaluating the performance of the board, each committee and each director as well as the independence of the independent directors.
    3. Establishing and reviewing programs for director continuing education and the succession plans of directors and senior executives.
    4. Executing other resolutions that the board assigns.

      Chairperson , Hsiu-lan Hsu, is the convenor of the Nominating Committee and has expertise in management, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance. As the result, she is in line with the professional capabilities required by the Committee.
    Hsiu-lan HsuChairperson
    Jeng-Ywan Jeng
    (Independent director)
    Ming-Ren Yu
    (Independent director)

    The Company has set up Sustainability Development Committee in 2017/6/16 to execute environmental protection, corporate governance and social responsibility (including enterprise ethical management). Chairperson services as committee leader and committee members are assigned from all functional organizations. Policy and performance are reported periodically to the BoD by committee leader in the pursuit of corporate development as well as social responsibility.

    GWC follows Corporate Governance Best-Practice Principles for TSEC/GTSM Listed Companies, by which to
    • protect shareholders’ rights and interests;
    • strengthen the powers of the board of directors;
    • fulfill the function of audit committee;
    • respect stakeholders’ rights and interests; and
    • enhance information transparency.
    Based on Regulations for the Establishment of Internal Control Systems by Public Companies, GWC takes into consideration the overall operational activities of itself and its subsidiaries in establishing an effective internal control system, and review it at all times, in order to keep up with the dynamics of environment inside and outside the company and ensure that the design and enforcement of the system remain effective.
    The board of directors and the management shall review the result of the self-inspection of each department and the report of the internal audit department at least annually. Members of the audit committee shall also pay attention to and exercise oversight of this matter.
    GWC executives pay special attention to the internal audit department and its personnel, fully empower them and urge them to conduct audits effectively, evaluate problems of the internal control system and assess the efficiency of operations to ensure that such a system can be carried out effectively on a continuous basis and can assist the board of directors and the management to perform their duties effectively so as to ensure a sound corporate governance system.

    1. Board of Directors

    The number of the board members has been properly determined by reviewing the scale of corporate management and operation and the shareholding of the major shareholders and taking into consideration of the practical needs for operation. While installing independent directors, it shall take into account the reasonable professional composition of the directors and the objective requirements for their duties independently. Clear distinctions have been drawn between the responsibilities and duties of the chairman of the board and those of the president. Positions have been fulfilled by different executives.

    2. Audit Committee
    GlobalWafers has set up the audit committee. members of the audit committee can communicate with GlobalWafers’ employees, shareholder and related person through the board meeting, shareholder meeting and audit reports, among other channels.

    Chief Corporate Governance Officer

    GlobalWafers’ Chief Finance Office (who has more than three years of experience in finance, stock affairs and deliberations of the public company) is assigned to be the Chief Corporate Governance Officer, and shall be responsible for leading and supervising the President’s Office in the handling of corporate governance-related matters and providing support to directors, and the terms of reference include: 

    1. Handling matters related to meetings of the Board of Directors and shareholders’ meetings in accordance with the law. 

    2. Producing minutes of the board of directors and shareholders’ meetings. 

    3. To assist the Directors in their appointment and ongoing education. 

    4. Providing the information required by the directors to carry out their business. 

    5. To assist directors in complying with the ordinance. 

    6. Other matters as stipulated in the Articles of Incorporation of the company.

    Corporate Social Responsibility Policy :
    Status of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation