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Policy Influence

Policy Influence

Policy Influence

Participation in External Organizations

Wistron establishes memberships and good relationships with cross-industry and interdisciplinary organizations and broadens communication and participation levels so as to grasp the international pulse and trends. Close relationships with outside organizations support our continuous growth in various areas.

Contributions and Other Spending
Lobbying, interest representation or similar Local, regional or national political campaigns / organizations / candidates Trade associations or tax-exempt groups (e.g. think tanks) Other (e.g. spending related to ballot measures or referendums) Total contributions and other spending
Currency NT Dollars NT Dollars NT Dollars NT Dollars NT Dollars
FY 2022 0 0 2,631,500 0 2,631,500
FY 2021 0 0 1,737,550 0 1,737,550
FY 2020 0 0 1,650,660 0 1,650,660
FY 2019 0 0 1,747,770 0 1,747,770
FY 2018 0 0 1,729,770 0 1,729,770

Data coverage (as % of denominator, indicating the organizational scope of the reported data)
Percentage of: Revenue
FY 2022 100%
FY 2021 100%
FY 2020 100%
FY 2019 100%
FY 2018 100%

Largest Contributions and Expenditures

Participation in Trade associations in 2022:

Association Name Corporate Position Description of Engagement Total Spend in 2022 (Thousand NTD)
Member Support or Oppose
Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) Support Regular member since 2010. Wistron fully supports the vison and goals of the RBA, and commits to align its own operations with the provisions of the RBA code of conduct.
The company performs annual self-assessment questionnaires (SAQs) at its major facilities worldwide in order to identify Labor, Health and Safety, Environment, Business ethics and Management system risks. Meanwhile, the Company conducts Validated Assessment Program (VAP) accordingly, these assessments provide valuable insights and assurance regarding a company's commitment to responsible business practices.
Business Council for Sustainable Development of the Republic of China
Support Joined the association since 2022. BCSD-Taiwan is the only global network partner of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in Taiwan. Wistron participated in the "Taiwan Nature Positive Initiative" launched by BCSD-Taiwan. It is expected to introduce the international organizations' tools and resources provided by WBCSD to examine the status quo of the Company’s ability to respond to issues regarding nature and biological diversity. 470
The Allied Association for Science Park Industries (ASIP) Support Joined the association since 2001. The ASIP represents member firms stationed in science parks across the country to vie for and uphold their common interests, handle problems common to member firms, help maintain a harmonious relationship among member firms, support the government in the propagation of government decrees, act as an exchange platform for the government and members, and serve as an intermediary in the affairs involving government and members.
Wistron participates in four director and supervisor meetings each year. We assisted the Association in setting up an accessible communications platform for member companies, custom officials, and custom brokers, and provided feedback regarding amendments to regulations for import and export bond procedures.
CommonWealth Sustainability League (CWS) Support Joined the CWS since 2021 as Founding member. CWS provides a holistic platform to the sharing, learning, and mutual benefits of ESG among our member companies, and actively disseminating international sustainability information and serving as a bridge between industry, government, and academia. 120
Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA) Support Joined the association since 1981 as Level I member. TEEMA dedicates itself to providing its members with global and diversified services, promoting common interest and mutual benefits, while providing a sound platform for Taiwanese electronics industry and acting as a bridge between the government and the industry by coordination, communication and addressing the opinions and concern of industry members. 42
Taipei Computer Association (TCA) Support Joined the association since 2001. Taipei Computer Association (TCA) is the leading industrial organization in Taiwan. Its 4,000 members engages various segments of the information communication technology (ICT) industry. TCA facilitates the growth of the ICT industry by continuously seeking new opportunities, and acting as a bridge to the government, academic, general public, as well as a window for international professional bodies. 15
Information Service Industry Association of R.O.C. (CISA) Support Joined the association since 2002. This Association is a legally established, non-profit, non-government organization which aims to comply with governmental policies in promoting application of computer information software, expanding information services markets, enhancing international exchanges, facilitating industrial upgrades, and coordinating collaboration between industry peers for mutual benefit. 10.5