Sustainable Risk Control
Opportunity is a double-edged sword. With opportunities for corporate development, come risks. Such risks can only be offset through control mechanism in order for opportunities to become means of fulfilling sustainable management.
To reinforce corporate governance and establish sound risk control to reach corporate targets, the Board approved Risk Control Policy on November 12th, 2020. The objective is to ensure sustainable management, reduce damages and enhance corporate profit. Risks and opportunities should be evaluated accordingly for all business conducts to identify, evaluate, monitor and control risks, keeping risks within manageable range to rationalize risks and benefits.
⇥ Risk Management Policies
Structure of Risk Control Organization
FENC’s risk management organizational structure is divided into three levels. Board of directors, Administrative Department, all businesses and applicable units in order, the relevant rights and responsibilities are stipulated in Risk Management Policies.
- Board of Directors
The BOD is the highest decision-making unit of the risk management. Audit committee and Sustainability Committee monitors the corporate risk and ESG risk management policies and framework to ensure the effectiveness of risk management in accordance.
- Corporate Management
Comprehensively review the overall risk management and formulate the relevant mechanisms.
Monthly: Hold various regular meetings, review risk management related issues, monitor implementation and coordinated operation of risk management.
Yearly: Submit a risk management report to the BOD. The 2020 risk management report was reported to the BOD on November 12, 2020.
- Operating Business and Relevant Divisions
Response team shall immediately report any risk event when emergency and material risk might impact the Company. Communicating with external and internal stakeholders ensures to comply with the laws and regulations and minimizes possible losses and damages.
Identify risk in the field of divisions, adjust for risk planning implement necessary process of risk management and report management status to Corporate Management on a regular basis.
Response team shall immediately report any risk event when emergency and material risk might impact the Company. Communicating with external and internal stakeholders ensures to comply with the laws and regulations and minimizes possible losses and damages. We conduct various monthly meetings with the highest governing entity, covering risk issues such as management and sales; industry management; energy conservation, which ensures proper focus and management from the highest governing entity.
FENC Regular Meetings
■ Environment ● Social ◆ Governance
Highest Ranking Attendee
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Independent Directors and Directors
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Human resources management and development
Special report on R&D
Seminar on industry strategies
Operation review meeting
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Risk management meeting
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President of Corporate Management
FENC Risk Management Principle and Processes
1. Considering the uncertainty of risk factors and collecting the best information to develop prioritized action plans.
2. Achieving optimal resource allocation and utilization.
3. Establishing necessary preventive mechanism and emergency action plans.
4. Constantly identifying and responding to changes.
5. Complying with laws and regulations.
6. Strengthening trust and communication with stakeholders
FENC identifies potential risks and their sources for all departments. For more details on measures established, please refer to the corresponding chapters in FENC Sustainability Report or FENC Annual Report.
- Financial Risk
Including the volatility of local and foreign interest rates, currency exchange rates and credit risks, etc.
- Strategic and Operational Risk
Including operations strategies, local and overseas market competitions, industry alliance, policy or regulation changes, etc.
- Information Security Risk
Including but not limited to potential threats to the confidentiality, integrity, availability of the Company’s information asset due to any natural, man-made or technical factors.
- Environmental and Energy Risk
Including the change of climate, natural resources, government energy and related financial and taxes policies, etc.
- ESG Risks
ESG risks encompass risks induced by the environment, society and governance that are derived out of global corporate sustainability issues.