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About KGI

KGI Securities, a wholly owned subsidiary of China Development Financial (CDF), is a market leader in a broad range of areas, including brokerage, investment banking, fixed income, proprietary trading, wealth management, and a variety of derivatives products. KGI Securities combines domestic investment businesses, including KGI Futures, KGI Securities Investment Trust, KGI Securities Investment Advisory, KGI Insurance Brokers, and KGI Venture Capital to provide clients with a full range of financial products for investment, as well as wealth management services and assistance with fundraising in domestic and foreign capital markets.
 
In addition to Taiwan, KGI Securities has complete overseas businesses in Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and China. With the advantages that come from regional operations, KGI Securities has its finger on the pulse of the regional economy, providing complete product lines and comprehensive financial services for domestic and foreign clients. The characteristics and achievements of internationalization are quite remarkable.
 
After joining CDF in 2012, which boasts abundant resources and a leading position in direct investment, KGI Securities was able to accelerate growth on a larger scale via group synergies. Going forward, KGI Securities will strive for greater integration with the CDF family of companies, while also developing its investment banking, fixed income, derivative, and wealth management business in the Asia Pacific region, and actively establishing an international product platform to meet global diversification needs of clients and institutional entities.
 
Award-winning performance in 2018
-The Asset, Asian Local Currency Bond Benchmark Review: #1 Top Bank in Bond Research, #2
Top Taiwan’s Bank in Government Bonds, #3 Top Taiwan’s Bank in Corporate Bonds, and #2
Top Taiwan’s Bank Arrangers in Corporate Bonds
-The Asset named the merger of ASE and SPIL, which was advised by KGI Securities, as Best
M&A of the year in Taiwan.
-FinanceAsia, Best DCM House
-FinanceAsia named the merger of ASE and SPIL, which was advised by KGI Securities, as Best
Taiwan Deal of the year.
-TWSE ETF trading contest: #1 Excellent Contribution, #1 Global Connection, # 1Monthly Award
 in May, 2018, #2 Best Taiex ETF Market Maker
-TWSE #2 Stock Float, #3 IPO Fund-raising in 2018
-TWSE #2 Best Warrant Issuance Growth, #2 Number of Outstanding Warrants Award, #3 Best
 Trading Volume for Warrant Issuer & Securities in 2018
-Taipei Exchange, Outstanding Government Bond Market Maker in 1H18
-Taipei Exchange, #2 2018 IPO Advisory Performance
-Taipei Exchange, #1 Best ETF Award
-Taipei Exchange Warrant Market Making Contest #2 Best Total Amount of Warrant Issuance and
Total Turnover Award , and #3 The Growth in Number of Warrants Issued Award
-Taiwan Futures Exchange, Futures Trading Diamond Awards, #1 Futures Introducing Brokers
 Trade Volume, #2 Securities Industry Trade Volume, #2 Futures Brokers Trade Volume, and #2
 Futures Broker Trade Volume by Foreign Investors
-The Asset, Asian Local Currency Bond Benchmark Review: #1 Top Bank in Bond Research, #2
Top Taiwan’s Bank in Government Bonds, #3 Top Taiwan’s Bank in Corporate Bonds, and #2
Top Taiwan’s Bank Arrangers in Corporate Bonds
-The Asset named the merger of ASE and SPIL, which was advised by KGI Securities, as Best
M&A of the year in Taiwan.
-FinanceAsia, Best DCM House
-FinanceAsia named the merger of ASE and SPIL, which was advised by KGI Securities, as Best
Taiwan Deal of the year.
-Business Today, Wealth Management Banks and Brokerage Awards: Merit in Best Wealth
Management Service, #1 Best Sales Team, #2 Best Product, #2 Best Digital Platform Experience,
and #3 Best Information Service
-Wealth Magazine, 2018 Financial Award, Best Securities Broker Image
-Wealth Magazine, 2018 Wealth Management Awards, Best Wealth Management, Best Service,
and Best Sales Team in securities broker category
-Excellence, Best Online Broker
-Passage of ISO 50001 certification on energy management
 
Note: In mid-2012, CDF purchased an 81% stake in KGI Securities on the open market. Following the completion of share conversion on January 18, 2013, KGI became a wholly owned subsidiary of CDF. CDF’s two securities subsidiaries, KGI Securities and Grand Cathay Securities Corp. (GCSC), officially merged in June 2013.