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Carbon Footprint

CDF is committed to global warming and climate change issues, and takes energy and GHG emissions management seriously. Since 2009, we have been disclosing internal consumption data of major energy sources. By 2015, the Group declared the fundamentals of its environmental policies. In 2015, the ISO 14001 environmental management system and ISO 14064-1 International Standard for GHG Emissions (Scope 1 and Scope 2) were introduced to implement workplace environment management and GHG inventory method. Using 2016 as the base year, CDF sets targets to reduce GHG emissions by 2% by 2019 and 3% by 2021. The ISO Environmental Sustainability WG is to regularly conduct performance reviews of energy conservation and carbon reduction measures and formulate recommendations for improvement. As a financial service provider, the bulk of CDF’s GHG emissions are the result of externally purchased electricity as well as gasoline and natural gas consumed by facilities and vehicle fleets. Due to the expanded scope of GHG inventory in 2016, CDF’s total emissions increased over the previous year. In 2017, CDF’s total emissions decreased 297,051 kg CO2e from 2016, indicating that our energy conservation and carbon reduction policy is having a positive impact. Meanwhile, CDF expanded the scope of ISO 14064 inventories and verification.

about China Development Financial

China Development Financial (CDF) was established in 2001 following a share swap managed by China Development Industrial Bank (CDIB). Along with its key subsidiaries, CDIB 、KGI Bank and KGI Securities , CDF has enjoyed its leading position in the venture capital market and investment banking business in Taiwan.
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Corporate Citizenship

CDF is model of responsible corporate Citizenship. The company leads the way in maintaining good relations with Taiwanese society outside the business community by investing in day-to-day community welfare activities.
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