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China Development
Industrial Bank

CDIB, formerly China Development Corporation, was the first private development-oriented financial institution in Taiwan. It was established in 1959 through the coordinating efforts of the Economic Stabilization Committee of the Executive Yuan, the World Bank and private funding. In 1999, it was restructured to become an industrial bank. In its more than 50 years of history, CDIB has concentrated in the principal investment and corporate banking business. It has invested in and provided financial services to domestic and overseas clients in over 100 industries, and it continues to play a critical role in Taiwan’s venture capital market.
 
CDIB has long worked in close partnership with the Taiwanese government to support the nation’s economic growth. It has not only made a significant contribution to the nation’s economic and industrial development, but has also played the role as a pioneer among local investment banks. The evolution of Taiwan’s industrial structure is neatly encapsulated in the changes of CDIB’s investment and credit portfolio. CDIB invested in traditional textiles and petrochemicals industries in the 60s and 70s; it shifted its focus in the 80s and 90s to foster high-tech industries, such as the electronics and information technology industry, and the semiconductor industry. From 2000, CDIB has been actively involved in industries such as optoelectronics, alternative energy, medical and healthcare as well as consumer goods. The investment history of CDIB virtually reflects well the history of Taiwanese industrial and economic development.
 
In recent years, to coordinate with government policies to upgrade the financial industry, CDIB has been leveraging its strengths and experience accumulated over the years assisting companies in Taiwan to be actively engaged in fundraising and management of private equity funds and strive toward its objective of becoming a world-class private equity fund manager based in the Asia Pacific Region.

As the end of 2014, the net worth of CDIB was NT$114 billion, and the consolidated assets were NT$471.9 billion.