Funding of Charity Events

■ Economic value distributed indicators

Institution Amount (NT$) Note
The Bankers Association of The Republic Of China 8,856,556 66% for financial studies and training funds, 33% for The Bankers association fee, and 1% for financial cup related fee.
Taipei Foundation Of Finance 6,078,830 100% for training and external training fee.
Trust Association of the Republic of China 2,440,391 66% for annual membership fee and 34% for training registration fee.
Taipei Exchange 1,858,887 Including 54% for financial bond OTC administrative fee and 46% for service fee.
Taiwan Securities Association 773,992 Including 98% for service fee and 2% for course registration fee.
The Insurance Agency Association of the Republic of China 251,200 Including 88% for certificate registration fee and 12% for ongoing membership fee.
R.O.C. Bills Finance Association 250,000 100% for annual membership fee.
Others 206,400
Total 20,716,256

■ Management mechanisms for charity events

E.SUN's charity events mainly respond to society's needs, and some of them are proposals by our employees. Through questionnaire feedback of the annual knowledge- sharing conference and external interviews, the CSR task force will organize ideas, devise comprehensive plans, and submit them to E.SUN Volunteer and Social Welfare Foundation or E.SUN Foundation to apply for funds. After the plans are presented to and approved by Sustainable Development Committee, business management units will be designated to implement the plans. The CSR task force will conduct annual follow-ups and report the outcomes to Sustainable Development Committee, which will give recommendations and feedback for future improvement.

■ Funding and the purpose of charity events

We strive to give back to the society in which we make our living. E.SUN FHC engages in social inclusion with 5 focus areas: academic education, social engagement, arts and humanities, sports development, and disaster support. While we strive to improve our performance, E.SUN also cares about community development. Regardless of where our branches and subsidiaries are, we always visit neighboring malls, companies, schools, and hospitals with the hope to provide appropriate financial services for local communities and help to improve economic growth. In addition, we have adopted the London Benchmarking Group (LBG) framework to evaluate the overall status of resources invested. The LBG framework outlines 4 types of contribution: in-kind, cash, time, and management costs; and three motivations for evaluation: charitable gifts, community investment, and commercial initiatives.