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General Assembly

The SITCA members are divided into four classes in accordance with their business revenues: A, B, C, D, E  and F with 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 representatives appointed to form the General Assembly, which is the highest power of the Association. Up to Dec 2018, there were 39 SITEs, 82 SICEs, and concurrent business of 42 SICEs. Total membership is 163.

 

Board of Directors

The board is the highest executive body of SITCA and composed of 33 directors including ten external scholars and experts. The Chairman is elected by the directors to represent SITCA.

 

Chairman : Jeff Chang

Cathay Securities Investment Trust Co.,Ltd.

 

Board of Supervisors

The Board is comprised of 11 supervisors including 4 external scholars and experts and one of them shall be elected as the Convener.

 

Convener : Min Jyh Chen

Chi Far Securities Investment Consultant Co., Ltd.

 

Committees

There are eight committees handing the general administrative affairs, namely investment trust development, compliance and fund affairs, investment and risk management, investment consulting development, offshore fund business, cross-strait and international affairs, industry promotion, and self-regulatory committees. SICE and SICE affairs group setup by SICE committee for members and funds advertisement and media fund securities analysis group set up by the self-regulatory committee.            

                                  

Divisions for Association’s Affair

The following five divisions are the major administrative and executive bodies of the Association headed by the secretary-general, Ray Huang, including Executive Office, Business Development, Auditing, Education and Communication, Information Technology and Administration.

       

Business Development Department

1. Plan business development for members

2. Conduct research on laws, regulations, and institutions related

    to members’ business operations

3. Research and develop new business initiatives and issues

    related to global asset management

4. Promote communication, coordination and cultural exchanges

    with international and cross-strait securities organizations

5. Deal with the operating applications from members

6. Review member applications and documentation

7. Perform any other directives of the supervisory official.

          

Auditing Department

1. Audit members’ applications and reports

2. Provide advice and visit members’ business operations

3. Conduct research on laws, regulations, and systems related to

    members’ financial affairs and business operations

4. Conduct research and supervise issues related to the

    self-disciplinary practice of members

5. Mediate on business disputes between members and investors

6. Resolve investors’ complaints

7. Perform any other directives of the supervisory official

 

Education and Communication Department

1. Provide continuous education and training programs for

     members

2. Execute promotional investments and educational activities

    via conferences, forums, lectures and seminars

3. Edit and publish the annual report and investment-related

     information

4. Conduct educational and promotional activities related to asset

    management

5. Develop pubic relations

6. Review and audit the application pertaining responsible person/s and staff registration of

    securities investment trust and consulting entities

7. Perform any other directives of the supervisory official.

 

Information Technology Department

1. Summarize and provide mutual fund information

2. Plan, organize, and maintain SITCA’s website

3. Plan, organize, and maintain the business service department’s

    computer system and database

4. Purchase and maintain hardware and software

5. Build and maintain the association’s service system

6. Perform any other directives of the supervisory official

 

Administration Department  

1. Hold the General Assembly and meetings of the Board of

    Directors and Supervisors

2. Organize membership admission, withdrawals and data management as well as member

    visitations

3. Manage the operations, rules and procedures of the Association relating to finance, accounting,

    general affairs, personnel, official documentation, and file management.

4. Report the Association’s related information such as the  various projects and results (including

    organization accreditation)

5. Responsible for the control and facilitation of the Association’s official documentation as well as

    projects and results of the various divisions

6. Responsible for the executive secretarial works for the Secretary-General

7. Perform any other directives of the supervisory official

 

For more detailed information, Please refer to Annul Report.