TSEC - Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation

01/11/2019 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 01/11/2019 03:39

TWSE launches global campaign to attract investors - First stop: Hong Kong with Goldman Sachs

After cohosting the 2018 Investor Relations Summit in December, the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) and Goldman Sachs teamed up again to hold Taiwan Investment Seminars in Hong Kong on January 8 and 9. The delegation was also comprised of seven up-and-coming companies from Taiwan and met with more than 70 local institutions to highlight the value of investing in the Taiwan's stock market.

Given the importance of domestic and foreign institutional investors to listed companies, the TWSE co-organized the Summit with Goldman Sachs at the end of last year, with the specific purpose of focusing on investor relations and enabling stronger communication between TWSE-listed companies and external parties. Following the same theme, the TWSE has invited TWSE-listed companies to go to Hong Kong and meet face-to-face with institutional investors.

The TWSE also stated that capital currently moves around the world at a speed so fast that to attract foreign investors to invest in the long term, listed companies have to meet increasingly higher standards in 'disclosure, investor relations, and corporate governance'. The seminars are designed to work with practical experience to showcase the value of listed companies in capital markets and increase international exposure.

To enhance momentum in Taiwan's capital markets, the TWSE has also made plans to visit global financial hubs and promising emerging markets. Equal emphasis will be given to local campaigns in Taiwan with the goal of bringing active as well as passive institutional investors to engage with TWSE-listed companies in Taiwan. Hong Kong was the first stop and will be followed by trips to other cities to feature the benefits of investing in Taiwan to international investors on a long-term basis.

Delegation Members








Merry Electronics




Fubon Financial


Elite Material


Global PMX


Chicony Electronics