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Bond Underwriting
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Incorporate ESG Factors into Bond Underwriting 

SinoPac Securities incorporate ESG topics into the investment analysis and decision-making process of its bonds underwriting service according to the “Responsible Investment Management Guidelines”. The company understand the background of issuers and performance in each ESG aspect through the KYC process, and avoid providing services to controversial industries or companies, such as pornography, controversial arms. For high-risk, sensitive industries or companies, such as: gambling, those with issues in food safety, toxic radioactive substance, non-medical and hazardous genetic engineering, non-adhesive asbestos fiber and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) manufacturing, investments must be thoroughly evaluated, more mindfully analyzed and explained, require higher level of authority for approval, the ratio of positions must be controlled, or engage in shareholder activism. Also, an exceptions management process must be established to prevent having a material negative impact on the external environment or society. 

Lead/co-underwriting of green bonds
2020
  • Taiwan Power Company 109-2 Green Bonds of NT$3.2 billion (of which NT$500 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • Bank SinoPac 109-7 Green Bonds of NT$1 billion (of which NT$400 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • Ørsted Green Bond of NT$4 billion (of which NT$150 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • TSMC 109-6 Green Bond of NT$1.6 billion (of which NT$300 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • TSMC 109-6 Green Bond of NT$5.6 billion (of which NT$200 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • HSBC Bank (Taiwan) 109-2 Green Bond of NT$3 billion (of which NT$300 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
2019
  • Bank SinoPac Green Bonds of NT$3 billion (of which NT$500 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • Ørsted Green Bond of NT$12 billion (of which NT$400 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)
  • Central American Bank for Economic Integration 5-year Green Bond of US$375 million (of which US$25 million, approximately NT$763 million was co-underwritten by SinoPac Securities)