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Internal Control Management

          In order to strengthen corporate governance and promote the Company’s sound operations, TSC has developed “The Internal Control System of TSC”, the document regarding “the Responsibility of the Board of Directors and Managers” as well as complete documents regarding internal control system, which can be followed by all units. In 2020, 38 internal control documents were revised and 36 internal control documents were abolished. The implementation of the internal control system is also included in the annual performance assessment to promote the self-management and implement self-monitoring mechanism by all units.

          In addition, to ensure the confidentiality of reported cases to encourage employees or the public to report illegality or misconduct for timely prevention and to urge improvement of the deficiencies of relevant units for the effectiveness of enhancing advantages and preventing abuses, the “Key Points for the Implementation of the Confidentiality of Reported Cases” was set up in 2020 to establish the basis for operation procedure for each unit to handle the confidentiality of the reported cases. The reported cases shall be handled in a confidential, legal, reasonable, fast and accurate manner for prudent handling.

           In accordance with the "Regulations Governing Establishment of Internal Control Systems by Public Companies" revised and promulgated by the Financial Supervisory Commission of the Executive Yuan, we formulated the “Guidelines for Internal Audit Practices" to specify the professional ethics, responsibilities and operating procedures for the internal audit staff. The Internal Audit, BOD completed the in-field audit on 25 units. In addition to notifying the audited unit in written form for improvement, the report was delivered to independent directors for further audit in accordance with the laws and regulations. At the same time, the Inspector General attended the board meetings and reported auditing affairs.

  • Integrity and Eradication of Fouls

          All TSC employees abide by the “Ministry of Economics Employee Integrity and Ethics Rules”to facilitate integrity governance. We have developed “Codes of Ethical Conduct of TSC”, which applies to TSC personnel, including directors (including independent directors) and managers (including the president, vice presidents and directors of various units). In addition, “Employees Normal-Time and Project Evaluation Guidelines”, “Working Rules for Practitioners,”, “Service Guidelines for Practitioner” and “Practice Guidelines for Corporate Governance” are stipulated. We allow practitioners to understand the company's code of conduct by the internal network, posting propaganda of laws and announcements and implementing education and training.

          The Company regularly reviews anti-corruption risks to promote what is beneficial and abolish what is harmful. The Administration Office and various units under it held a total of 17 integrity reports. In addition, an ethics unit was established in accordance with the “Act of the Establishment and Management of the Government Employee Ethics Units and Officers” while various reporting channels, such as fax, a dedicated mail box for reporting and reporting hotline were also established for the public to report or make grievance, and the above information will be disclosed in the bidding notice and the official website of Taiwan Sugar Corporation.

Reporting email: ethics@taisugar.com.tw

Reporting mailbox: Mailbox No. 20-210, Datong Rd.

Post Office, Tainan 70263

Reporting hotline:06-3378682

Reporting fax number:06-3378519

            External donations or sponsorships are handled in accordance with relevant laws and regulations and internal regulations to prevent the incident of offering of accepting a bribe and illegal political contributions. In 2020, TSC did not engage in any public policy lobbying or political donation and was not involved in any legal actions related to anti-competitive behavior, antitrust and monopolistic conduct.

  • Anti-corruption Risk Assessment and Education

          In 2020, Department of Ethics conducted a corruption-related risk assessment for 18 units under it, which accounted for 100% of the Company’s total number of business locations.According to the risk report, there were no major corruption-risk cases in 2020.

          In order to publicize anti-corruption policies and related procedures, the Department of Ethics and Ethics Offices of all units involved enabled the Company's employees to understand relevant anti-corruption regulations and make anti-corruption efforts by multi-advocacy methodssuch as organizing the relevant anti-corruption education and training, holding a workshop of manufacturers, inviting experts and scholars to give special lectures, issuing and disseminating documents and using electronic information equipment for the internet advocacy and questionnaire surveys.

         In 2020,Department of Ethics organized a total of 15 sessions of anti-corruption training and advocacy exercises. The number of employees participated totaled 561 employees. In addition, the anti-corruption policy advocacy and training was carried out for employees of the Company and its subordinate units through text, e-mail, and videos to make sure that 100% of employees participated in training classes.

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