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Apacer is committed to maintaining a high standard of business ethics, a high responsibility and authority mechanism, and a high standard of governance in all parts of its business operations.

Board of Directors

Per Apacer's Articles of Incorporation, the Board of Directors consists of seven to nine members. The directors shall serve a term of three years and can be reelected. At present, the Board of Directors consists of seven members, with two of the members acting as Independent Directors. To assist the Board in discharging its responsibilities related to the compensation and benefits policies, plans, and programs, the Compensation Committee has been established according to article 14 of the Securities and Exchange Act.

Member
Name - Title
Chairman
Austin Chen - Apacer Technology Inc. Chairman.
Director
Phison Electronics Corp.
Director
C.K. Chang - Apacer Technology Inc., Director/ President
Director
Teddy Lu - Apacer Technology Inc., Director
Director
George Huang - Apacer Technology Inc., Director
Director
Haydn Hsieh - Wistron NeWeb Corp., Chairman
Independent Director
Max Wu - Apacer Technology Inc., Independent Director
Independent Director
Philip Peng - AU Optronics Corp., Independent Director
Independent Director
Hui-chuan Hsieh - Darwin Precisions Corp., Independent Director
Since 2018.5.30

Business Ethics and Integrity

Apacer views legal compliance as the foundation for corporate ethics and integrity. Each global business location abides by local laws and regulations. To ensure legal compliance and to avoid conflicts of interest, we have established the “Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles” and the “Code of Ethical Conduct” and continuously keep track of policies and regulations that may affect business and financial operations, allowing us to conduct business activities based on ethical, integral, fair, and transparent principles.

We have additionally established an audit office with dedicated personnel to faithfully assess the effectiveness and reasonableness of internal control compliance. To proactively prevent unethical behaviors in business operations, we have also established a grievance mechanism for employees to report non-compliance with the company's financial, legal, policy, and ethical standards, as well as corruption in any form.

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