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Sustainable Development Management

EOI actively demonstrates the company's determination for sustainable development, improves the sustainable development (ESG) system, and strengthens the company's competitiveness in the capital market in accordance with the policies and relevant regulations of the Financial Regulatory Commission's Corporate Governance 3.0-Sustainable Development Blueprint. On November 12, 2020, the board of directors approved the establishment of the "Corporate Governance and Sustainable Management Committee to strengthen ESG (Environmental Protection, Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance), and conduct risk assessments on environmental protection, social responsibility, and corporate governance. In order to ensure the sustainable operation of the company. Personnel with more than three years of experience in finance, auditing, stock affairs, and deliberation provide directors with the information they need to execute their business, assist directors in complying with laws and regulations, and handle shareholder meetings and board of directors in accordance with the law. Meeting-related matters, making minutes of proceedings, etc.


Stakeholder Identification

In order to implement the company's goal and vision of sustainable operation, EOI launched the ESG (Environmental Protection, Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance) disclosure project in 2020. It follows the British AA1000 SES stakeholder negotiation standard, and the manager Twenty-eight supervisors at or above the level jointly identified and evaluated the relationship between various types of stakeholders and EOI for the five aspects proposed, including “responsibility, influence, tension, multiple viewpoints, and dependence”. Statistical results are discussed and confirmed immediately after scoring. After analyzing the results, it is confirmed that the important stakeholders are shareholders, customers, employees, and suppliers, etc., and the significance of each important stakeholder to EOI is explained.