Position and Responsibility
|Board of Directors||Chairman||Stipulated policy directives and objective guidelines for the Company’s operations and assigned managers to execute business operations.|
|The Company||Group GM||Implemented the resolution of the “board of directors” and company’s general administration.|
|Sales||Vice President||As a critical part of the sales and marketing operation, responsible for bridging the psychological gap between products and customers and establishing ground to shorten the physical gap between them.|
|Business Unit||BU Heads||Responsible for product engineering, procurement, and production so as to meet the Company’s annual production plan and objectives.|
|R&D||R&D Head||The R&D center is responsible for product development; the Engineering center is responsible for product testing, verification, maintenance, and quality control.|
|Investor Relations||Vice President||Issuing and responding to the Company’s information to the external parties and handling relationships with domestic and international investors for better communication. Collecting information regarding market and industry changes to assist management strategy and decision making.|
|Finance & Accounting||CFO||Formulating and executing budget plan and financial management according to the Company’s strategies. Making precise accounting journals and providing both internal and external parties, in a timely fashion, financial and operating information. Supplying concrete evidence to assist in business strategies and financial planning. Safeguarding capital and controlling operation costs to enhance capital efficiency and bring about operation goals.|
|CEO Office (Administration Department)||Function Heads||Functions including information, management of human resources, selection of suppliers, and quotations.|
|Corporate Sourcing||Vice President||Integrating supplier resources to build an optimal supply chain that ensures superior delivery, costs and quality of production materials for better competitiveness based on the Company’s business plan and organization structure.|
Roger Liang cofounded BizLink in 1996, serving as the company’s CEO. During BizLink’s IPO in 2011, Mr. Liang was voted Chairman. Prior to BizLink Mr. Liang served as Greatlink USA’s CEO. He also has past experience as an R&D engineer at Cadence and United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC).
Mr. Liang received his Master of Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and his Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering from National Chiao Tung University.
Felix TengChief Executive Officer
Felix Teng currently serves as BizLink Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Director, and Spokesperson. Mr. Teng was also a cofounder of the company, taking the helm of BizLink’s wiring and connector subsidiaries as General Manager among other responsibilities. In 2009, with BizLink’s subsequent growth and in preparation for its IPO Mr. Teng was appointed to his current position of CEO. Concurrently, Mr. Teng also serves as the head of the Information Technology Business Unit.
Mr. Teng received his MBA degree from San Francisco State University and a Bachelor’s in Control Engineering from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan.
Rita ChenChief Finance Officer
Rita Chen is the Chief Financial Officer of BizLink, joining in 2010. Ms. Chen has served various positions in Accounting and Finance having began her career in accounting and auditing at KPMG Taiwan. She went on to serve as Assistant Group Corporate Controller at Dimerco Express Corporation and subsequently, Finance Director with China Synthetic Rubber Corporation.
Ms. Chen earned her Master of Business Administration (Accounting) from National Taiwan University and Bachelor degree in Business Administration (Accounting) from National Chengchi University. Ms. Chen earned her ROC Public Accountant Certification in 1991.
Joe LinVice President
Joe Lin currently serves as the Vice President of the Auditing Department. He joined BizLink in 2004 as the Accounting Manager before becoming Assistant General Manager of the Finance Department and was part of the group’s financing activities for the IPO. Since 2009 he has been in charge of the Auditing Department. Prior to joining BizLink Mr. Lin did auditing work in various industries, from Finance Manager at Necvox to Finance Accountant at Lianhwa Foods Corporation.
Mr. Lin graduated from National Chung Hsing University with a degree in Business Management. Additionally, Mr. Lin earned his Internal Auditor Certification in 1999.
Annie KuoBoard of Director
Annie Kuo is a cofounder at BizLink and currently takes on the dual roles of Director and General Manager of Subsidiaries. Mrs. Kuo has oversight over the group’s strategic planning and direction.
Mrs. Kuo earned her Master Degree of Actuarial Science from Georgia State University and her bachelor’s in physics from National Kaohsiung Normal University.
Board of Directors
According to Articles of Incorporation Article 27.3, the Directors may adopt a candidate nomination mechanism which is in compliance with Applicable Public Company Rules. The rules and procedures for such candidate nomination shall be in accordance with policies proposed by the Directors and approved by an Ordinary Resolution from time to time, which policies shall be in accordance with the Statute, the Memorandum, the Articles and the Applicable Public Company Rules.
Major Resolutions of Board Meetings
||(1) Approved the Subscription Price for 2017 Capital Injection by Cash.
(2) Approved the Shares Subscription details for selected employees for 2017 Capital Injection by Cash.
(3) Approved to transfer the 100% shares of Optiworks Inc. to OW Holding Inc., 100% owned subsidiary by the Company.
||(1) Approved the 2017Q3 (2017/7/1~2017/9/30 & 2017/1/1~2017/9/30) Consolidated Financial statements.
(2) Approved 2018 Business Plan and Financial Budget.
(3) Approved 2018 Audit Plan.
(4) Approved the 2018 Distribution Proposal of ”Phantom Stock Plan for Selected Employees”.
(5)Approved Proposal to Revise the ”Procedures for Acquisition or Disposal of Assets.”
(6) Approved on the extension of Endorsements/Guarantees for making of general credit limit, granted by China Trust Commercial Bank, forsubsidiary - ”BIZLINK (BVI) CORP”.
(7) Approved the new additions of Guarantee for Bank short-term and mid-term loan to Subsidiary, as granted by Ta Chong Commercial Bank Co., Ltd..
(8) Approved the amendments of Guarantee for Bank short-term, Mid-term loan and credit limits for financial derivatives transactions to Subsidiary,as granted by First Commercial Bank.
(9) Approved on the amendments of Endorsements/Guarantees for making of general credit limit, granted by HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited for subsidiary - ”BizLink Technology (Xiamen) Ltd.” and ”Bizlink Technology (Changzhou) Ltd.”.
(10) Approved the new additions of Payment Guarantee to Subsidiary - ”BIZLINK (BVI) COR.”.
(11) Approved on the extension of Endorsements/Guarantees, granted by China Trust Commercial Bank (USA), for subsidiary - ”BIZLINK TECHNOLOGY INC.”.
(12) Approved on the new additions of Loaning of Funds between Subsidiaries.
(13) Approved on the extension of Guarantee between Subsidiaries.
Major Internal Policies
The polies released in Chinese version only are marked in asterisk "*".
- Article of Incorporation
- Rules and Procedures of Shareholders Meeting*
- Rules and Procedures of Board of Director Meetings*
- Audit Committee Charter*
- Compensation Committee Charter*
- Procedures for Acquisition or Disposal of Assets*
- Procedures for Lending Funds to Other Parties*
- Procedures for Endorsement & Guarantee*
- Polices and Procedures for Financial Derivatives Transactions*
- Corporate Governance Best-Practice Principles*
- Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principle*
- Procedures for Handling Material Inside Information and Insider Trading*
- Corporate Social Responsibility Best Practice Principles*
- Employee Code of Conduct*
- Regulations Governing Evaluation of the Performance of the Board of Directors*
Corporate Governance Information
BizLink’s Internal Audit function is an independent unit that reports directly to the Board of Directors.
The charter of Internal Audit is to review the internal controls in the company’s processes and to report on those controls with respect to the adequacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of their design as well as their actual functioning on day-to-day basis. All parts of the company and its subsidiaries are open for review by Internal Audit.
Internal Audit works according to an annual plan, which needs to be approved by the Board of Directors. In addition, special audits or reviews are conducted as needed. The combination of the regular audits and the special projects provide management with feedback on the functioning of the internal control system; it gives management an additional channel to learn about existing or possible future weaknesses in the system, and addresses them in a timely manner.
The company supplements the review activities by Internal Audit with documented self-assessments by the departments and operational units. Internal Audit sees to it that these activities do take place, and reviews the submissions to ensure the quality of the process; it consolidates the results of the self-assessments for the CEO and the Board of Directors.
There are three full time employees dedicated to Internal Audit, including one VP and two staffs.
The Audit Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its oversight of the quality and integrity of the accounting, auditing, reporting, and financial control practices of the Company. The Audit Committee is responsible to review the Company’s: financial reports; auditing and accounting policies and procedures; internal control systems; material asset or derivatives transactions; material lending funds, endorsements or guarantees; offering or issuance of any equity-type securities; legal compliance; related-party transactions and potential conflicts of interests involving executive officers and directors; Ombudsman reports; fraud investigation reports; corporate risk management; hiring or dismissal of an attesting CPA, or the compensation given thereto; and appointment or discharge of financial, accounting, or internal auditing officers.
Under R.O.C. law, the membership of the Audit Committee shall consist of all independent Directors. BizLink’s Audit Committee satisfies this statutory requirement. The Audit Committee annually conducts self-evaluation to assess the Committee’s performance and identify areas for further attention. BizLink’s Audit Committee is empowered by its Charter to conduct any study or investigation it deems appropriate to fulfill its responsibilities. It has direct access to BizLink’s internal auditors, the Company’s independent auditors, and all employees of the Company. The Committee is authorized to retain and oversee special legal, accounting, or other consultants as it deems appropriate to fulfill its mandate. Please consult BizLink’s Annual Report for the relevant year for the number of meetings convened and each member’s attendance rate.
Board Committee Membership
Ming Chun, ChenIndependent Director
Chun Yen, ChangIndependent Director
Jr Wen, HuangIndependent Director
The Communication Between the Independent Directors and Internal Audit Supervisors
Regular discussions on the audit report are conducted by the Company’s internal auditor and audit committee, and the internal audit report is made at the meeting of audit committee on a quarterly basis. The independent auditors are also required to immediately communicate to the Audit Committee any material matters that they have discovered. During 2017, the Company’s independent auditors did not report any irregularities.
|2017/3/8||1. 4Q2016 Internal audit implementation and reporting
2. 2016 “Internal Control Statement”
|2017/5/11||1Q2017 Internal audit implementation and reporting|
|2017/8/12||2Q2017 Internal audit implementation and reporting|
|2017/11/10||1. 3Q2017 Internal audit implementation and reporting
2. Propose 2018 Audit Plannig
The communication channels between the Audit Committee and the Internal Audit manager functioned well. The Company’s independent auditors have presented the findings of their quarterly review or audits on the Company’s financial results and other matters required by laws and regulations to Audit Committee. The communication channels between the Audit Committee and independent auditors functioned well.
|2017/12/12||1. 2017 Audit planning
2. Introduction of IFRS 9 and 15
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