Education: Ph. D degree in Chemical Engineering from National Tsing-Hua University
Chairman and President of Ennostar Inc. Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer of EPISTAR Corporation Research manager of Optoelectronic-Electronics department at Industrial Technology Research Institute
Education: M.B.A. degree from Heriot-Watt University, UK
Chairman and CEO of AU Optronics Corporation
Director of Qisda Corporation
Chairman of AUO Foundation
Chairman of TCA (Taipei Computer Association)
Chairman of TDUA (Taiwan Display Union Association)
Education: B.A. degree in Accounting from Soochow University
Independent Director of EPISTAR Corporation
Vice President of Finance and Administration at Admiral Overseas Corporation
Executive Director and Senior Vice President and CFO of TPV Technology Group (stock listed in Hong Kong and Singapore)
M.B.A. degree from University of California
Independent Director and remuneration committee of Lextar Electronics Corp.
Independent Director of Tai Hwa Oil Industrial Co., Ltd.
Independent Director and remuneration committee of Transcend Information. Inc.
Internal audit is an independent unit under the board of directors, equipped with a full-time audit supervisor and an appropriate number of internal auditors. The appointment and dismissal of the audit supervisor shall be approved by the board of directors and the appointment, dismissal, appraisal, salary and remuneration of internal auditors shall be approved by the chairman of the board.
The company has established an internal control system in accordance with the laws and regulations, and the internal audit unit formulates detailed rules for the implementation of the internal audit to implement and measure the effectiveness and compliance of the existing system; the audit scope covers the subsidiaries.
The audit of the company is carried out in accordance with the audit plan approved by the board of directors. The plan is formulated according to the results of the risk assessment and a special audit shall be carried out as required. The audit results shall be reported to the chairman and the supervisor every month or when necessary and shall be presented at the board meeting.
The internal auditors shall report the audit results of various operations to the management to make them understand the existing or potential deficiencies and improvement status and review the self-assessment reports of each unit and subsidiary of the company to serve as the main basis for the board of directors and the president to evaluate the effectiveness of the overall internal control system and for issuing the statement on the internal control system.