• Corporate Governance

To fulfill corporate social responsibility and achieve its mission as a sustainable corporation, Phison Electronics Corp. and its subsidiaries establish the Corporate Sustainable Development Committee in November 2021 to serve as one of the functional committees under the board of directors. This committee regularly reports to the board of directors on its operations once a year. 

The company's board of directors listens to the report of the Corporate Sustainable Development Committee every year (including the results of ESG evaluation scores, the implementation of internal human rights and workplace inclusion, the implementation of integrity management, the results of this year's improvement projects and the next year's improvement project planning).The board of directors puts forward relevant suggestions according to their own professionalism, supervises the direction of the project and improves the success rate of the project.

On January 18, 2024, the Committee reported the implementation results of the 2023 sustainability project and the work plan for 2024 to the Board of Directors.

The Corporate Sustainable Development Committee is the highest decision-making unit responsible for ESG affairs within the Company. It consists of three committee members, one of whom serves as the convener, and at least half of the committee members are independent directors. An executive team was established under the committee to help promote sustainable projects.
To achieve the purposes of sustainable development, the Committee has a fiduciary duty to the Board when fulfilling the following responsibilities:
1. Promote and strengthen the corporate governance and integrity.
2. Implement and develop matters related to corporate sustainability.
3. Supervise other matters related to corporate sustainability approved by the Board.

Member of Corporate Sustainable Development Committee

Position Name Major (Education) Past Positions
Independent Director Huei Ming Wang

Master of Industrial Management from Chung Hua University

Director of Moores Rowland CPAs

Independent Director Yu Lun Huang

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

Director, Center for Teaching and Learning Development

Director, Center for Continuing Education and Training

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Secretary-in-General, Taiwan Open Course and Education Consortium
Senior Assistant and Chief Operating Officer Antonio Yu (Convener)

Master of Risk Management, National Chengchi University

Legal supervisor, United Epitaxy Company

Legal manager, Phison Electronics Corp.

Spokesman, Phison Electronics Corp.

Senior special assistant, Phison Electronics Corp.

Chief Operating Officer, Phison Electronics Corp.

Committee Organization Chart



The term of the members of this committee is based on the principle of matching the term of the directors, and may be re-elected. The terms of this section of Corporate Sustainable Development Committee: May 31, 2023 to May 30, 2026

In 2022, the Company listed 19 major topics in accordance with AA1000 (Stakeholder Engagements Standard). The Corporate Sustainable Development Committee selected 8 material topics after a materiality assessment, formulating related risk management policies and risk mitigation measures.


Material topic

Risk management policy/Mitigation measures

Corporate Governance

Economic Performance

  1. Continue to invest R&D resources to strengthen competitiveness.
  2. Provide high-quality products and services to deepen customer relationships.

Ethical Corporate Management

  1. Disseminate information on "Insider Trading Prevention" and related laws and regulations to incumbent directors, managers, and employees at least annually; dissemination of such information to new employees will be made by the Human Resource Department at the orientation training.
  2. The Corporate Sustainable Development Committee summarizes the implementation status of ethical corporate management within the Company and regularly (at least annually) reports to the Board of Directors.

Risk Management

  1. To establish the Risk Management Committee, which will be responsible for identifying and managing emerging risks every year according to risk identification procedures and is obliged to periodically report its operation status to the Board of Directors.
  2. To establish a raw materials risk management system to avert the risk of materials short supply and flag an alert for materials with a lengthy lead time, so as to reduce inventory costs.
  3. To analyze the impact of a water shortage on operations, establish a water level forecast system, and install an additional backup pipeline.
  4. To analyze the impact of electricity shortage on operations. Aside from testing the stationary diesel generator and UPS, we also purchased empty diesel barrels and oil dispensing pumps, which can be replenished with self-chased diesel in case of emergency in order to keep the generators operating.
  5. To gradually expand the certification scope of ISO 27001 to make the information security management systems comprehensive and complete. To continue to implement the social engineering project and penetration test project, install a system for testing vulnerabilities of internal website, and assess whether to introduce a multi-correlation event analysis system.
  6. To keep adjusting the Company’s pandemic control policy, set up an official line account for the medical center so that employees can report and seek consultation online, and use Google form to carry out high risk contact tracing. To provide leave to encourage employees to have themselves vaccinated and thus better protected.
  7. To demand that employees complete the business continuity management courses.

Innovation Management

  1. Continue inputting R&D resources. The annual R&D expenses topped NTD8.1 billion, accounting for 81% of total operating expenses.

Supply Chain Management

  1. Based on procurement value, we divided our suppliers into critical suppliers and general suppliers for differentiated management, thereby ensuring the efficiency of our invested management resources.
  2. Enable SAMP Online, the supply chain management platform, to convey the Company's important policy to suppliers along the supply chain.
  3. Add the aspect of sustainability risk to the supplier assessment aspects. A supplier's sustainability performance is graded based on the Sustainable Risk Assessment Questionnaire filled out by a supplier each year, and accounts for 5% of total assessment scores. The Company will then formulate management policy pertinent to different risk level, and in doing so help suppliers improve their sustainability performance.
  4. Establish the "RBA Vendor Management Policy", demanding that suppliers fill out and send back the RBA Self-Assessment Questionnaire, and that suppliers found of any deficiency submit an improvement plan containing corrective measures within a week.
  5. We expect to hold the first session of supplier meeting and provide RBA and ESG trainings in 2023.

Environment Protection

Green Product

  1. Develop more energy-saving and more compact products, thereby helping end users reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
  2. Adopt a simplified packaging strategy when designing product packaging for customers, so as to reduce the amount of waste generation at the back end.

Social Participation

Talent Attraction and Retention

  1. Reference the survey in the industry to constantly improve the attractiveness of employee welfare and salary. In 2022, employees’ salary increased by an average of 15~18%, mainly contributed by the increment due to salary structure adjustment, attesting to our practical feedback to employees' hard work.
  2. Launch improvement projects based on the results of the employee opinion survey; maintain clear and effective labor-management communication channels; create an inclusive, friendly, and healthy workplace, so as to enhance employees' recognition for the Company.
  3. Officially announced its intension to join the “TALENT, in Taiwan”, a Taiwanese talent sustainability action alliance, and jointly proposed the initiative that “enterprises take hold of talents and export future skills to universities.”

Talent Development and Training

  1. We understand the gap between expected goals and actual performance through gap analysis, and plan the annual training program and the department-specific training program (including new employee training) according to the specialized requirements of the organization and individual departments. Through continuous training in employees' professional competencies, we create employees' value in the workplace and raise their individual competitiveness.
  2. Enrich online courses to improve employees motivation to take the continuing education.


Chief Corporate Governance Officer

The Company passed a resolution of the board of directors on August 6, 2021, and appointed Antonio Yu, a senior special assistant and chief operating officer, as first chief corporate governance officer to protect shareholders' rights and strengthen the functions of the board of directors. Antonio Yu, a senior special assistant and chief operating officer, has more than three years of experience as a legal manager in a public offering company. The main responsibility of the chief corporate governance officer is to be responsible for corporate governance matters, including assisting matters related to the Board, Audit committee, Remuneration committee, and Shareholders’ meeting in accordance with the law, assisting directors in onboarding and training, assisting to provide directors with information required to perform their duties and assisting directors to comply with laws and regulations, etc.

Refresher Courses for Chief Corporate Governance Officer 2023:

Education institution

Course name

Training hour

Taipei Exchange

Publicity and briefing session on insider equity of listed companies


Taipei Exchange

Sustainable investment and financing forum


Taiwan Corporate Governance Association

Prevention of insider trading


Taiwan Corporate Governance Association

Compliance with laws and regulations of corporate integration behavior





Investor Relations

PHISON Spokesman

Mr. Yu

ADD: No.1,Qun Yi Rd.,Jhunan,Miaoli, Taiwan 350
TEL: +886-37-586-896 #10019
Email: antonioyu@phison.com

Deputy Spokesman

Mr. Lu

ADD: No.1,Qun Yi Rd.,Jhunan,Miaoli, Taiwan 350
TEL: +886-37-586-896 #26022
Email: kuoting_lu@phison.com