Company Profile


SinoPac Financial Holdings Company Limited (SinoPac FHC) was established on May 9th, 2002 (Stock Code: 2890), consisting of subsidiaries in a wide range of financial services including banking, securities, investment trusts, call center, insurance broking, leasing, and venture capital. The Company includes a global service network with locations in Hong Kong, Macau, Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, Xiamen, Dongguan, Kunshan, Tianjin, Chongqing, Vietnam, Los Angeles, and London.

SinoPac Holdings was established when Bank SinoPac and National Securities merged, creating the first successful integration between a banking institution and a securities firm in the history of Taiwan's financial services industry. At its shareholders' meeting held on August 26, 2005, SinoPac Holdings approved a share swap transaction with the International Bank of Taipei to make the latter a wholly owned subsidiary, a move meant to strengthen the Company's international competitiveness and expand its business scope. On July 20, 2006, SinoPac Holdings changed its Chinese name to Yong Fong Holdings. Bank SinoPac and International Bank of Taipei completed its merger that same year, with the former as the surviving entity.

Bank SinoPac consists of 127 branches, plus its subsidiary, Bank SinoPac (China), in Nanjing which was inaugurated in February 2014, the first wholly-owned subsidiary of a Taiwanese bank in mainland China.

SinoPac Securities is the first securities firm listing its shares on the over-the-counter market. On April 19, 2016, the board of directors approved to accept the transfer of the brokerage business, business operation equipment, net assets of short selling margin trading, and 8 branches of IBT Securities to the Company. This shall improve brokerage market shares, profitability, and provide benefits to the shareholders.

Looking towards the future, SinoPac Holdings shall continue to reinvent and innovate the business, strengthen compliance and risk management, and under strict risk controls fulfill customer requirements and develop appropriate products per market demand, expand the scale of our “digital finance” offerings, provide specialty products and services, and respond to changing economic trends and optimize asset allocation to create sustainable and stable profitability, striving towards our aim in becoming the “most flexible financial services brand across Greater China”.