Shareholder Services

Corporate Governance

EASTECH is committed to maintaining a high standard of ethics and corporate governance. This is an important requisite for steady growth as a trusted and respected business enterprise and thus enhances the interests of all shareholders.

We are mindful of the principles of regular, effective and fair disclosure. Information on all material events is disseminated to the public shareholders in a timely and accurate manner via the Market Observation Post System ("M.O.P.S") of the Taiwan Stock Exchange. In communicating with shareholders, Eastech has taken initiatives that include, but are not limited to:

Publishing public financials on a quarterly basis on the M.O.P.S.
Holding investor conferences to update the public and shareholders on the performance and development of the EASTECH Group.
Ensuring timely and accurate announcements that are in line with the disclosure obligations stipulated in the Listing Rules of the Taiwan Stock Exchange, and posting relevant information on the company's website.

Board of Directors

Who we are and how we are making a difference:

Name Liou Jenq Lin
Year of joining 1983
Education Background

MBA & MS, Electrical Engineering,University of Southern California, USA

Business Experience and Qualifications

Senior engineering advisor of Xerox, USA
Senior engineering advisor of IBM, USA
35 years of experience in Acoustic Industry

President & Director
Name Pai Chin Chang
Year of joining 1985
Education Background

MBA, Senior Management Officer
HK International Business College

Business Experience and Qualifications

33 years of experience in Acoustic Industry

Name Chang Tung-I
Year of joining 2000
Education Background

MBA, California State University, USA

Business Experience and Qualifications

Executive VP, Kuo-Bin Ceramic
Director, Eastech Electronics (Taiwan) Inc.
Director, Eastech Electronics (Hui Yang) Co.,Ltd.

Name Kwok King Lam Keenan Ken
Year of joining 2006
Education Background

MBA, University of Michigan


Business Experience and Qualifications

President, HiFi Orient Thai Public Co., Ltd.
Director, Life Orient Co., Ltd.
Director, AE Technology Co., Ltd.

Independent Director
Name Chang Shan-Juh
Year of joining 2011
Education Background

MBA, Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, USA

Business Experience and Qualifications

Personnel Directors, Tatung University

Lecturer, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tatung University

Independent Director
Name Shiau Fung-Shyung
Year of joining 2011
Education Background

Ph D., Chinese Culture University, Master of Economics, Yale University, USA

Business Experience and Qualifications

Dean, Department of Finance, Tamkang University
Deputy Minister, Council for Economic Planning and Development

Independent Director
Name Chen Ko-Hung
Year of joining 2011
Education Background

Master of Accounting, National Chengchi University

Business Experience and Qualifications

CFO, Ampire Co., Ltd
Director, Chiplus Semiconductor Corp.

Management Team

Chief Financial Officer
Name Polline Lam
Year of joining 2002
Education Background

Master of Finance, The Chinese University of HK

Business Experience and Qualifications

Member of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK
Associate member of HK Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Auditor, Arthur Andersen CPA

Chief Audit Officer
Name Ronnie Tang
Year of joining 2003
Education Background

Master of Applied Finance, Macquarie University, Australia

Business Experience and Qualifications

Member of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK

Associate member of HK Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Head of Internal Audit, Schick International Ltd.

Head of Internal Audit, HK Wing Lung Bank Ltd.

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee is comprised of three Independent Directors:

Chen Ko-Hung
Independent Director
Shiau Fung-Shyung
Independent Director
Chang Shan-Juh
Independent Director

The Audit Committee performs the following functions:

  • adoption or amendment of an internal control system;
  • assessment of the effectiveness of the internal control system;
  • adoption of or amendment to handling procedures for financial or operational actions of material significance, such as acquisition or disposal of assets, derivatives trading, monetary loans to others, or endorsements or guarantees for others;
  • a matter bearing on the personal interest of a Director;
  • a transaction related to material asset or derivatives;
  • a material monetary loan, endorsement, or provision of guarantee;
  • the offering, issuance, or private placement of any equity-type securities;
  • the engagement or dismissal of an attesting chartered public accountant, or the compensation given thereto;
  • the appointment or discharge of a financial, accounting, or internal auditing officer; and
  • annual and semi-annual financial reports.

The Committee may resolve to retain the services of an attorney, certified public accountant, or other professionals to provide advice with respect to matters of its function. The costs of such services shall be borne by the Company.

Remuneration Committee

The Remuneration Committee is comprised of three independent directors:

Chang Shan-Juh
Independent Director
Shiau Fung-Shyung
Independent Director
Chen Ko-Hung
Independent Director

The Remuneration Committee performs the following functions:

  • establish policies, systems, standards and structure of the performance evaluation and Remunerations of the Directors and officers of the Company, and to review the above periodically;
  • periodically evaluate and propose the remunerations of the Directors and officers of the Company; and
  • other matters as required by Applicable Listing Rules.


The Committee shall follow the principles detailed below when performing its functions:

  1. It shall refer to typical pay levels adopted by peer companies and take into consideration the reasonableness of the correlation between remuneration and individual performance, and the Group's business performance and future risk exposure, when assessing performance and remuneration of Directors and managerial Officers of the Group;
  2. It shall not produce an incentive for the Directors or managerial Officers to engage in activity to pursue remuneration exceeding the risks that the Company may tolerate; and
  3. It shall take into consideration the characteristics of the industry and the nature of the Group's business when determining the ratio of bonus payout based on the performance of its Directors and senior management and the time for payment of the variable part of any remuneration.

The Committee may by resolution, at the cost of the Company, engage an attorney, certified public accountant, or other professionals to conduct a necessary audit or provide advice with respect to any matter related to the exercising of the Committee's powers.

Internal Audit

EASTECH has adopted adequate internal controls and has established risk management mechanisms to monitor risk-bearing capacity and to determine compliance with risk response strategies and risk management procedures. The objectives of the internal controls are to safeguard the Group's assets, shareholders' interests and to achieve the following :

  1. effectiveness and efficiency of operations;
  2. reliability of financial reporting; and
  3. compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

EASTECH has an internal audit unit to assist the Board of Directors and managers in inspecting and reviewing defects in the internal control systems as well as measuring operational effectiveness of the systems and to provide a basis for review and correction.

The internal audit unit formulates an annual audit plan based on the results of its risk assessment. The annual internal audit plan and any amendments thereto have to be passed by the Audit Committee and Board of Directors. The Chief Audit Officer reports directly and regularly to the Audit Committee. The internal audit unit has appointed qualified persons in an appropriate number to ensure that the internal audit function is adequately resourced and has appropriate standing within the Group.

Shareholder Services

Stock Quotes and Statistics

Stock Code5225 (Taiwan Stock Exchange)
Issued Share CapitalNTD614,580,000
Date of ListingNovember 5, 2012

Taiwan Stock Exchange


Stock Quotes


Share Ownership Statistics


Dividend History

of AGM
Cash Dividend/Share
of Payment
2018Jun. 10, 2019Jun. 26, 20191.30041126 Jul. 16, 2019
2017Jun. 11, 2018Jun. 27, 20180.70377221Jul. 19, 2018
2016Jun. 08, 2017Jul. 05, 20171.11551031Jul. 26, 2017
2015May 11, 2016May 27, 20163.01482653Jun. 23, 2016
2014May 12, 2015May 27, 20155.00Jun. 18, 2015
2013Apr. 30, 2014May 27, 20145.00Jun. 20, 2014
2012Jun. 05, 2013Jun. 21, 20135.00Jul. 18, 2013
2011Mar. 19, 2012N/A0.71Apr. 26, 2012

Share Registrar and Auditors

Share Registrar

NameSinoPac Securities Corp. (Register & Transfer Agency Division)
Address3F, No. 17, Bo-Ai Road, Taipei 100, Taiwan R.O.C.


NameDeloitte & Touche
Partners-In-ChargeMr. Shih Chin-Chuan, Mr. Liu Shu-Lin
Address20F, Taipei Nan Shan Plaza No. 100, Songren Road, Xinyi District, Taipei 11073, Taiwan R.O.C.

Shareholder Services Contacts

Spokesperson / Investors Relations

NameMr. Jeno Chang
DesignationPublic Relations V.P.

Deputy Spokesperson

NameMr. Tony Chang
DesignationExecutive Director

Taiwan Correspondence Office

Address8F-1, No.188, Baoqiao Road, Xindian District, New Taipei City, 23145, Taiwan R.O.C.