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  • Taiwan’s Central Bank cautions against ETF investment craze

    The Central Bank of the Republic of China’s Governor warns of excessive subscriptions for two new ETFs in Taiwan, prompting regulatory caution and policy measures from the Financial Supervisory Commission. Concerns over herding effects and risks in collective investments lead to calls for suppressive measures and improved disclosure standards. Stay updated on the evolving ETF investment fervor in Taiwan’s financial markets.
    2024/03/15 14:47
  • Taichung Bank hit with NT$12M fine for regulatory breaches

    Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) has fined Taichung Bank NT$12 million for ineffective internal control systems and violations of banking regulations. The bank’s chairman, Wang Kuei-fong, allegedly diverted NT$1 billion in public funds, resulting in his arrest and bail set at NT$15 million. The FSC discovered that Taichung Bank’s insurance subsidiaries had close ties to specific credit customers and their related companies, leading to questionable trading decisions and unsatisfactory internal controls. Wang will be suspended for three months and may face additional fines. The issue was uncovered during a financial inspection in February 2023. Taichung Bank had been leasing aircraft since 2020 to expand overseas business, but neglected their utilization for 13 months, leading to inappropriate decision-making. The bank also leased high-priced official cars for VIP pickups at a monthly rate of NT$820,000, but the vehicles were only used twice during the lease period, raising concerns about cost-effectiveness.
    2024/02/01 18:04
  • Taiwan’s TAIEX hits year high, crosses 17,500 mark

    Taiwan’s stock market opened strong on Tuesday, reaching a new high for the year of 17,528 points, surpassing the 17,500 mark. This increase came after a rise in U.S. stocks on Monday. The Taiwan Stock Exchange Weighted Index (TAIEX) climbed by 78.65 points to 17,496.99 points, with a trading volume of NT$36.387 billion as of 9:06 a.m. Leading the gainers in early trading were Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), Largan Precision, and Foxconn. This week, as the market enters a central bank super week, banks in the U.S. and Europe are expected to announce their final rate decisions for the year. Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) chairman Huang Tien-mu expressed the government’s commitment to stabilizing the capital market and highlighted the resilience of Taiwan’s stock market. Huang assured that the FSC is prepared to manage the impact of the Federal Reserve’s decisions on the market.
    2023/12/12 10:24
  • Taiwanese tourists propel surge in overseas spending

    Following the pandemic, Taiwanese travelers have significantly increased their overseas spending, with credit card expenditures reaching new heights. The Financial Supervisory Commission reports a notable surge in tourism consumption, with Taiwanese visitors leading in Japanese spending.
    2023/12/10 19:29
  • FSC head touts domestic impact on Taiwan stock market

    The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) Chairman, Huang Tien-mu, addressed questions from Kuomintang Legislator Lin Te-fu about Taiwan’s stock market. Huang emphasized the significant role of domestic funds and corporations in driving market momentum, despite the heavy presence of foreign capital. While foreign capital makes up around 40% of the market value, it accounts for only 30% of regular stock volume. Huang stated that this indicates the considerable impact of internal funds and corporations on the market. Huang also highlighted a record inflow of foreign investment in November 2022, with overseas investors injecting over NTD $350 billion into the Taiwanese market. He attributed this surge in foreign investment to cooling inflation rates in the United States and a retreat from the highs of U.S. national debt yields. Huang argued that confidence in Taiwan’s robust economic fundamentals and attractive yield rates has led to increased foreign investment trust in Taiwan’s stocks. He further emphasized that the sustained influx of ’hot money’ into Taiwan indicates substantial interest from both foreign and local investors. This interaction underscores the FSC’s recognition of diverse investment sources in strengthening the Taiwanese stock market and suggests a cautiously optimistic outlook for continued investment in the island’s economic landscape.
    2023/12/06 20:26
  • Union Bank fined NT$12M for aiding fraud syndicate

    The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) fined the Union Bank of Taiwan (UBOT) NT$12 million on Thursday (Nov. 9) for aiding a fraud syndicate in money laundering and transfer. The FSC found that the bank’s Tonghua branch allowed three corporations to open accounts in Mar. 2023, after which large sums of money were quickly deposited into these accounts from other companies. Subsequently, significant amounts of cash were systematically withdrawn from various branches of UBOT. The FSC determined that UBOT’s systems had significant failures, including a lack of comprehensive Know Your Customer (KYC) checks and ongoing customer identity reviews.
    2023/11/09 18:09
  • Taiwan’s finance stable amid China’s property crisis: FSC

    Taiwan’s financial sector is unlikely to be strongly impacted by the ongoing instability in China’s real estate industry, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) said on Friday (Aug. 18).
    2023/08/18 23:16
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