To cope with changes in the market and work in line with government policies, Chunghwa Post develops insurance products to meet the insurance needs of the public and provide high-quality services to the policyholders. At the same time, it is committed to fulfilling its corporate responsibility, thereby enhancing its corporate image and operational performance.
The Company’s investment funds mainly come from public deposits and simple life insurance premium income. The personnel using funds should be self-disciplined to ensure the sustainable and stable operation of the Company. Chunghwa Post invests in the stocks of TWSE/TPEx listed companies that are in line with the ESG sustainable development. The shareholder activism is implemented to urge the investee companies to pay attention to the problems of unemployment and solve the long-term low salary problem in Taiwan for the improvement of the well-being of the people. In the long run, the stock price of a TWSE/TPEx listed company with good corporate governance and fulfillment of social responsibilities is more likely to rise. In addition to protecting the Company’s source of profit, if the Company is the major shareholder of the TWSE listed company, it also helps to enhance the corporate image of the Company.
According to the National Development Council, it is estimated that Taiwan will become a super-aged society with an aging population exceeding 20% in 2026. Estimations are made based on the population structure and life insurance density, and it is expected that the demand for insurance products related to retirement planning brought about by the aging population is expected to grow rapidly. In response to the trend of demographic changes (ageing population and declining birthrate), Chunghwa Post develops protection-type and elderly insurance products to meet insurance needs and expectations of customers while enhancing the competitiveness in the market.
Demographic Change (Custom topic)
Product Portfolio (GRI G4 Supplementary Topics)
Audit (GRI G4 Supplementary Topics)
Active Ownership (GRI G4 Supplementary Topics)