The SITCA was reorganized in October, 1998 from Securities Investment Trust & Advisory Association of Taipei, R.O.C., which was established in January, 1990. To strengthen its services for the members of SITCA, perform its functions as self-regulatory organization, meet the requirements for securities market development, and support the administrative operations entrusted by the competent authority, the Association was duly established, and obtained the official approval by the Ministry of the Interior affairs on November 6th, 1998. As of the end of September 2018, the SITCA has a total of 39 Securities Investment Trust Enterprise (SITE) members and a total of 83 Securities Investment Consulting Enterprise (SICE) members, with a total of 74 SITEs, trusts, securities and futures companies running concurrent securities investment consulting business.
Most of Taiwanese enterprises have been experiencing challenges of corporate transformation and family succession in the wake of Taiwanese enterprises’ rapid development. In light of this situation, Taiwan Institute of Directors was founded by the support of Taiwanese entrepreneurs and renowned scholars to voice and tackle issues mentioned earlier. Listed Taiwanese family-run conglomerates, elites, experts from various academic areas are the core members of Taiwan Institute of Directors, and currently there have been more than two hundred members coming from listed companies.
Taiwan Institute of Directors designates itself as think tank and staff officer. Targeting comprehensive and sound operation of board of directors, Taiwan Institute of Directors focuses on internal and external issues and long-term and short-term goals for board of directors, including global vision, family governance, corporate guidance as well as social responsibility. Combining with domestic and foreign industry, government and academia strength and associating with other relevant organizations, Taiwan Board of Directors will assist its members from family-owned businesses to successfully maintain family assets over three generations, sustain corporate development, all of which are the common ambition to create another golden generation for Taiwan enterprises.
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