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  • Looking to make your money go further? Land Bank launched the “Get 15% cash back on public transportation with JCB iPASS” promotion, running from December 1, 2023 to May 31, 2024. Cardholders can enjoy 15% cash back when three conditions are met: Use JCB iPASS credit card, spend over NT$100 per month, and use e-statements. The maximum cash back per month per card is NT$100, making you money while you travel.   In a bid to encourage cardholders to do more for the environment, the Bank has been vigorously promoting green consumption. Cardholders can enjoy 15% cash back when three conditions are met: 1. Use of a JCB card issued by the bank (Eternity, Precious, Penghu iPASS Precious, Baishatun Gongtian Temple Precious, IRCAD Precious, Grand Hotel Precious) to travel on public transportation, including MRT, light rail, train, bus, ferry or public bicycle, excluding HSR, regular tickets, or mobile payment; 2. Spend more than NT$100 per month on public transportation using the same credit card; 3. Apply for e-statements.   The maximum cash back per month per card for this promotion is NT$100. Cash back will be debited to the credit card account of the cardholder at the end of the month after two months of spending. The total amount the Bank has set aside for this promotion is NT$1 million and once this has been used up, the promotion will end earlier. This will be announced on the Bank's website.   Since taking office, Hsieh Chuan-Chuan has made “business digitization” as one of her strategic goals. Hsieh has been tirelessly strengthening digital financial services and built a single service platform for personal finance in 2020. The platform integrates services such as personal finance product browsing, calculations, online loan applications, and credit card and limit changes, significantly reducing time and cost for customers and meeting ESG objectives.   As a 100% state-owned bank, the Land Bank has long been investing in digital financial innovation and sustainable development with the concepts of “abundance, harmony, passion, and innovation”. We strive to create a business model that bodes well for the customer and employee with the aim of constructing an ecosystem that coexists and prospers with environmental ecology, industrial development, and the financial sector.   Contact person: Liu Pao-Ling Tel.: 02-2348-3519
    Last updated: 2024/01/02
  • Land Bank's dedicated efforts in promoting TWQR (Taiwan Pay Common QR Code Payment Specification) has received wide recognition from the public. At the “2023 Conference on Financial Information Systems” held on the 7th, the Bank was honored with the “Interbank Service Innovation Award” and “Special Contribution Award” in the E-payment Flow Business Category by Financial Information Co., Ltd. (FISC).   Land Bank has been promoting Taiwan Pay at its 150 branches and headquarters with the FISC for some time. Taiwan Pay can be used to pay for daily consumption, transportation, and utility bills. This year, the promotion of TWQR kick started by effectively integrating various QR Code payments in the market. Furthermore, in response to the post release duty payment measure initiated by the Ministry of Finance the Bank has been actively promoting “E-Import Duty Guarantee” in order to abolish paper guarantees. This will help customs carry out investigations and provide convenient services to the public with smart technology, and institutionalize security and transparency. For our long-term efforts, we were honored with the “2023 Interbank Service Innovation Award” by the FISC.   In addition, on par with the government’s universal cash payment policy in April this year, we also launched the “Withdraw $6,000 for a chance to win 60,000 points (equivalent to NT$6000)” and “deposit NT$6,000 to enjoy a high interest rate” promotions to boost the benefits of the policy. This has won the Bank the “2023 Special Contribution Award” from the FISC.   Since taking office, Hsieh Chuan-Chuan has made “business digitization” one of her strategic goals. Under her leadership, the Bank has initiated business digitization focusing on six major areas: digital financial services, digital payment, AI application, big data analysis, cross-industry alliance and collaboration, and digital talent to build the Bank's digitized financial services.   As a 100% state-owned bank, not only have we long been cultivating digital financial innovation and development, we are also dedicated to fulfilling the customer's needs for digitization and convenience. In the future, we will continue to work hard to create a business model that bodes well with the customer and employee with the aim of constructing an ecosystem that coexists and prospers with environmental ecology, industrial development, and the financial sector.   Contact person: Cheng Wen-Pin Tel.: 02-2348-3852
    Last updated: 2024/01/02
  • The Bank’s proactive approach towards ESG has been widely recognized, and is now aligned with climate-related disclosure, while fulfilling gender equality and corporate social responsibilities. On the 15th, Mr. Lin Kun-Ti, vice president of the Bank, attended the “26th Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards 2023” on behalf of the Bank which received three awards: ESG Category “Finance and Insurance - Gold Level in Category 1” and Sustainability Performance Category “Gender Equality Leadership Award” and “Social Inclusion Leadership Award”. In recent years, we have been delivering remarkable results and continued to set record high earnings before tax. At the same time, we spare no effort when it comes to ESG. Committed to doing more on ESG, we have formed an ESG Committee, as well as the Sustainable Finance Task Force, Customer Benefits Task Force, Employee Care Task Force, Corporate Governance Task Force, Environmental Sustainability Task Force, and Social Engagement Task Force under the ESG Committee from April 2021. The ESG Committee and the Task Forces work together to make ESG plans and disclose the Bank’s ESG performance. In addition to preparing the ESG Report in line with the latest GRI Standards, TCFD framework, SDGs, and SASB Standards, the Bank compiled its first English ESG report this year. As well as this, the Bank set up a dedicated sustainable development section on its website and its efforts have been recognized by winning the Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Award for three consecutive years. With respect to social inclusion, we promote financial inclusion and offer various policy loans in line with government policies. We fulfill our corporate social responsibility by contributing to urban renewal, revitalization and utilization of monuments, and support for cultural development. Additionally, with our long dedication to promoting badminton and tennis events, not only have we successfully nurtured Lee Yang & Wang Chi-Lin, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics champion duo, but we continue to develop outstanding future talent, who have already proven themselves with outstanding results at the FISU World University Games, Asian Games, and more. Not only that, we also pay keen attention to gender equality. As of the end of 2022, the Bank had a ratio of female and male employees of 54:46, with female managers accounting for 52% of all managers; the gender ratio of the Board members and managers is comparable. This shows that the Bank has implemented gender equality in the workplace and all employees are entitled to a fair and comprehensive remuneration system and transparent promotion channels, which do not differ due to gender. Since taking office, Hsieh Chuan-Chuan has been actively incorporating sustainability into the Bank’s DNA. With Hsieh’s long-term dedication, the Bank has been honored with the “Excellence Award for Loans to Six Core Strategic Industries”, “Special Award for Balanced Regional Development in SME Loans”, and the Trust 2.0 Program for Well-being Trust Award” (FSC). The Bank is ranked in the top 25% of the banking industry for assessment of the Implementation of Treating Customers Fairly Principles for the past five consecutive years and has won the Sports Promoter Award of the MOE for the past consecutive 14 years. The honors we have received have demonstrated our performance in pursuit of sustainability. The Land Bank of Taiwan is a 100% state-owned bank. In the future, the Bank will continue to do its utmost to fulfill its corporate social responsibility in conjunction with national policies by adhering to the concept of “what is taken from society will be given back to society”. At the same time, the Bank will commit itself to build an inclusive society.   Contact person: Li Hsi-Chih Tel.: 02-2348-3295
    Last updated: 2023/11/30
  • Land Bank’s badminton team once again showed their incredible strength at the BWF World Tour Super 300. Wang Chi-Lin and Lee Yang, won the silver medal in the men’s doubles, while the pairing of Lee Fang-Jen and Lee Fang-Chih bagged the bronze in the same event. Hsu Yin-Hui paired with Lin Jhih-Yun to win the bronze medal in women’s doubles. This was a great achievement for the team with a total haul of 1 silver and 2 bronze medals.   In the men’s doubles quarter finals, the “Golden Duo” of Wang and Lee faced the twins Lee Fang-Jen and Lee Fang-Chih in a civil-war-like battle between the Land Bank players. In the first match, both pairings fought hard to force a stalemate but Wang and Lee managed to go on the offensive, opening an advantage and paving their way to securing the men’s doubles title, with Lee Fang-Jen and Lee Fang-Chih taking the bronze medal.   In the final, Wang and Lee faced Lee Jhe-Huei and Yang Po-Hsuan in an all-Taiwan affair. In a fast-paced battle of attack and defence, the “Golden Duo” could not quite match their opponents in the first or second sets and had to settle for a well-deserved silver medal. Finishing runners-up in the last two Masters tournaments, the pair have accumulated points that will go a long way to seeing them compete at the Olympics next year.   In the women’s doubles, Land Bank’s pairing of Hsu Yin-Hui and Lin Jhih-Yun (World No. 80) faced Japan (World No. 32) in the semifinals. Although Hsu and Lin took the first game, they lost in the second and in the final set the Japanese pair-ing opened up the score with several key attacks. With three match points saved, Hsu and Lin could not turn the game around, ending up with the bronze medal. Hsu and Lin only started playing together in August but won bronze at the 2023 Kaohsiung Masters in October. Although disappointed to lose in the semifinals, the pair should be very proud of themselves as they played extremely well and posed a great threat to the Japanese. We look forward to seeing more from these two in the future.   At the tournament, six of the eleven Taiwanese teams to reach the quarterfinals were from Land Bank. Besides the “Golden Duo”, Lee Fang-Jen and Lee Fang-Chih, and Hsu Yin-Hui and Lin Jhih-Yun who won medals, Land Bank’s badminton players, such Liao Jhuo-Fu and Lin Chun-Yi, playing in the men’s singles, and Chang Ke-Chi and Po Li-Wei, playing in men’s doubles, all performed outstandingly. In this week’s tournament, the Land Bank badminton team will travel to Japan and Malaysia in their quest to accumulate more Olympic qualifying points.   In recent weeks, the Bank’s badminton team has continued to deliver re-markable results, including Chen Sheng-Fa and Chen Cheng-Kuan’s victory in the men’s doubles at the Malaysia Super 100 in November and Bendigo International Badminton Championships in October; Chen Sheng-Fa and Lin Jhih-Yun winning the mixed doubles at the Sydney International and Bendigo International in October; Ting Yen-Cheng winning the men’s singles at the Sydney International in October; Su Li-Yang winning the bronze medal at the Indonesia Masters in October; powerful left-hander Lin Chun-Yi winning the Gold Medal at the Kaohsiung Masters Super 100; and the “Golden Duo” taking the silver medal at last week’s German Open. The Bank’s badminton players have been regular winners at major international tournaments in recent years.   Currently, among the Bank’s badminton players, two players for men’s singles, three teams for men’s doubles, and one team each for women’s doubles and mixed doubles are ranked among the top 50 players in the world. The Bank continues to invest more resources into the training of the teams so that each player, while making the country proud, is able to establish their own sports career.   The Land Bank of Taiwan is a 100% state-owned bank. It not only follows national policy to establish badminton and tennis teams in the support of sporting endeavor, it also plays its role as a public bank in the promotion of policy-oriented loans. Recently, the Bank has made a proactive approach to promote the financing scheme of “SME Revitalization” by offering preferential loan packages to SMEs. As of Q3, the Bank has successfully approved loans of more than NT$15 billion to help inject capital into micro-enterprises, startups, and SMEs in the process of restructuring and upgrading.   Furthermore, to continue to keep on top of the market, the Bank actively launches promotions as a thank you to loyal customers - 20% rebate when spending with the Bank’s JCB Card during the Double 11 Shopping Festival, NT$200 off when spending NT$1000 at Gourmet Foods, and free gifts when spending specified amounts at selected department stores.   Contact person: Li Chun-Chang Tel: 02-2217-3271 #121
    Last updated: 2023/11/30
  • In response to the Executive Yuan’s anti-fraud strategy to protect customer assets, Land Bank of Taiwan has implemented multiple approaches, such as KYC (Know Your Customer) counter care, enhanced fraud prevention measures for applying for designated accounts for transferring money, and including unusual transaction patterns as early warning indicators. With these measures in place, the Bank successfully prevented 244 cases of fraud in the past three years, safeguarding nearly NT$200 million for its customers.   With the booming development of AI technology, methods for committing fraud are changing rapidly. To counter new types of fraud, the Executive Yuan passed the “Five Methods for Countering Fraud” and established the “New Generation Counter-Fraud Strategy Action Plan Version 1.5” this year. The counter fraud strategy has been fully upgraded through education and promotion, blocking messages, blocking the flow of money, and detecting and combating fraud. The financial sector takes responsibility for blocking the flow of money in advance to prevent fraud, an important key to safeguarding the assets of the public.   In line with the country's anti-fraud strategy, the Bank actively encourages its tellers to take the initiative and ask customers security questions, strengthen fraud prevention measures for designated account transfers, and incorporate common unusual patterns of transactions into its internal early warning indicators. Furthermore, on par with the FSC and the Bankers Association policies, we have joined forces with the police authority to promote the “Anti-fraud Champaign in 368 Corners of Taiwan by Financial Institutions”. The public was made aware of various types of fraud cases and fraud methods, equipping them with the knowledge to safeguard their own property.   Based on the Bank's statistics, we were able to prevent a total of 244 fraud cases for the past three years, amounting to a cash flow of nearly NT$200 million over the past three years, remarkable results. To continue to expand the effectiveness of fraud prevention while taking into account the purpose of friendly financial services, the Bank also provides a friendly Standard Form Contract and appropriate operating procedures for disadvantaged and older customers. By implementing measures including asking customers security questions as well as monitoring, we are able to protect the disadvantaged from fraud and financial exploitation. In addition, the Bank encourages its tellers to actively ask customers questions through group incentives and commendations. This way, we are able to reduce the chance of customers being scammed while also helping the police eliminate scammers.   As a 100% state-owned bank, we are committed to constructing a friendly, robust and safe financial environment when it comes to financial inclusion. Currently, various branches are being equipped with “barrier-free service counters” and “accessibility of ATMs to handicapped individuals”. We are also in the process of installing “voice-activated ATMs” and providing sign language video interpreters. Meanwhile, we will continue to promote anti-fraud awareness, suspicious account detection, and teller care to provide the warmest and most reliable financial services to customers of different groups.   With many years of dedicated work, we have received several major awards such as the “National Sustainability Award in the Enterprise Category” from the National Council for Sustainable Development of the Executive Yuan last year, as well as the “Outstanding Bank for the Evaluation of Financial Service Industries to Treat Clients Fairly” from the FSC for five consecutive years. In the future, the Bank will adhere to the core values of “abundance, harmony, enthusiasm, and innovation” to implement financial friendliness and the government's counter-fraud policy. To sum up, we are dedicated to building a warm and safe financial environment while playing an active role in a positive environment, society and economy.   Contact person: Chu-Chia Chiang Contact No.: 02-2348-3320
    Last updated: 2023/10/30
  • In an effort to elevate the competitiveness of SMEs, the MOF has initiated the “Subsidies for SMEs”, a financing program with a total amount of NT$300 billion, for the period between April 17, 2023 to December 31, 2024. Loans will be offered at preferential rates by state-owned banks such as Land Bank of Taiwan. Up to the end of September this year, the Bank successfully approved loans of over NT$15 billion, injecting capital into micro-enterprises, startups and transformed SMEs.   The MOF's “Subsidies for SMEs” apply to SMEs defined in the “Standards for Identifying Small and Medium-sized Enterprises” or SMEs as regarded by the Small & Medium Enterprise Credit Guarantee Fund of Taiwan, and small-sized businesses set forth in Article 5 of the “Business Registration Act”. The preferential rates are subject to the circumstances of each SME.   As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russo-Ukrainian War, high inflationary pressure, and interest rate hikes in Europe and the U.S., the global economy has declined in recent years. Orders received by Taiwan's SMEs also decreased due to the downturn in the international economy and subsequent economic impacts, such as the slowdown in global demand and difficulties in destocking, while at the same time faced with the urgency of net-zero transformation and keeping their businesses sustainable. To address this, the MOF's “Subsidies for SMEs” will facilitate the recovery of SMEs in the post-pandemic revitalization stage, further achieving the goals of net-zero transformation and sustainable development.   As a 100% state-owned bank, Land Bank of Taiwan fully cooperates with the government's policy, and the “Subsidies for SMEs” financing program is key to boosting the business of SMEs. Aligning this program with the “MOEA Project Loans for Post-pandemic Revitalization of SMEs” and the “MOEA Project Loans for Low-Carbon and Intelligent Transformation and Development for SMEs and Optimization of Infrastructure for Factories Incorporated Into the Government Management and Specific Factories”, the benefits of these funds will be fully maximized. In doing so, we hope we are able to establish a long-term partnership with SMEs to jointly march towards the goals of the development of industrial innovation and transformation, fulfilling corporate social responsibilities as a whole.   Since assuming office, Chuan-Chuan Hsieh, Chairman of Land Bank of Taiwan, has put together five strategies, namely “business digitalization”, “quality workforce”, “balanced credit”, “diversified profits”, and “corporate social responsibility fulfillment”. In terms of balanced credit, to refrain from the risk of over-concentration of customer groups, as seen in Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), Chairman Hsieh has led the Bank to proactively provide loans to SMEs and the six core strategic industries. Not only was the development dispersed into the credit industries, groups, regions, and branch portfolios, but environmental sustainability targets were rooted in the core of the business. The “Green Building Financing Marketing Program” has been put in place to encourage the construction sector to build more sustainable buildings with green materials and install energy-saving, low-carbon and seismic-resistant facilities, enhancing energy efficiency.   Thanks to the Bank’s long-term ESG strategy, where we have been effectively performing the role of an inclusive finance provider, we have received the “Award of Excellence for Providing Loans to the Six Core Strategic Industries” and “Special Award Banks with Outstanding Performance in Loans for Balanced Regional Development in Central Region” by the FSC this year. Moreover, the Bank has won several awards for sustainability ratings for four consecutive years and won the “Top 25% Best Banks for Principle for the Evaluation of Financial Service Industries to Treat Clients Fairly” for five consecutive years, making us a trusted front-end financial service provider.   This year, the Bank is moving towards its target of a “friendly environment” and becoming a “friendly stakeholder”, striving to build an operational model that boasts common good between the environment, customers, and employees while at the same time strengthening its service quality. In the future, the Bank will continue to dedicate itself to its core value of fulfilling corporate social responsibilities and playing an active role in a positive environment, society and economy.   Contact person: Shih-Chi Lin Contact No.: 02-2348-3339
    Last updated: 2023/10/30
  • With urban renewal and reconstruction of unsafe and old buildings projects thriving across Taiwan, Land Bank has already approved more than 340 loan applications for such initiatives, surpassing a total funding of over NT$ 230 billion. This solidifies Land Bank’s status as a benchmark player in the financial industry. To further expand our promotion of urban renewal and reconstruction of unsafe and old buildings, Land Bank participated in the “Urban Renewal Expo 2023” on the 16th and 17th of this month to offer free consultation services, engaging interactive games along with our one-stop financial service experience that covers a comprehensive range of financial products, including loans for seniors and elder care trusts.   Based on the 2022 statistics from the Ministry of the Interior, the average age of residential houses in Taiwan stands at 32 years. Among these, houses aged over 30 years make up 50.99% of the total, indicating that more than half of all residences in Taiwan are classified as old houses. In recent years, the Ministry of the Interior has been actively promoting the “Statute for Expediting Reconstruction of Urban Unsafe and Old Buildings” and established the National Housing and Urban Regeneration Center, which offers comprehensive services including urban renewal, reconstruction of unsafe old buildings, social housing, and property management. Additionally, the Center has also been encouraging the financial industry to venture into the domain of urban renewal and the reconstruction of unsafe old buildings.   In conjunction with the relevant national policies, Lank Bank has taken pro-active steps to actively participate in "Urban Renewal and Reconstruction of Unsafe Old Buildings Expedited Loan” to enhance the quality of housing for our citizens. In addition, we also provide interest rate discounts or reduced processing fees for cases related to green financing in construction and green building mortgages, thus enhancing the overall benefits.   And as such, Land Bank offers interest rate discounts for any urban renewal and old and unsafe building reconstruction projects that qualify under the "Green Building Financing" scheme. As of the end of August 2023, we have approved 34 cases, totaling over NT$ 22 billion in green building financing. This initiative aims to encourage construction companies to incorporate energy-saving, carbon-reduction, and environmental protection concepts, working together to create greener homes for all.   In addition, when individuals apply for home purchase loans, we will offer a fee discount if the building has been certified by the Ministry of the Interior as a Green Building Silver-level or higher, or if it holds a "Candidate Green Building Certificate" within its valid period. This is our way of encouraging consumers to choose environmentally friendly green buildings when buying homes, thus promoting a harmonious relationship with the environment.   As a state-owned specialized bank in the real estate sector, Land Bank has been actively responding to the government's "Net Zero Transformation 12 Key Strategic Action Plan" in recent years. We have utilized green credit solutions such as "Solar Photovoltaic and Energy Storage Equipment Loans," "Post-Pandemic Stimulus Project Loans" and "Low-Carbon Smart Management Loans" in order to guide corporate funds into the sustainable ESG sector, contributing to the development of a net-zero carbon emissions industry chain that will serve to safeguard Taiwan. Furthermore, we have also actively participated in housing redevelopment expos to extend our reach to provide comprehensive one-stop financial services for both businesses and individuals, thereby playing a more pro-active role in promoting positive environmental, social, and economic development.   Contact person: Chen Tzu-Cheng Tel: 02-2348-3341
    Last updated: 2023/09/28
  • Land Bank’s outstanding performance for four years in the making! At the “2023 Excellent Bank” awards ceremony held by the domestic financial and economic magazine “Excellent Magazine” on September 11, Land Bank of Taiwan’s Vice President Tsou Ching-Chang represented the bank and received the “Best ESG Sustainability Award” in the non-financial holding category. This achievement also marks Land Bank’s fourth consecutive year of recognition for this prestigious award.   In response to the global ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) trends, Land Bank is actively following the measures outlined by the FCC, including “Corporate Governance 3.0 – Sustainable Development Road Map” and “Green Finance Action Plans 2.0 and 3.0” by progressively achieving milestones such as the signing of the Equator Principles (EP), participating in international initiatives like the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Not only that, we have also conducted comprehensive greenhouse inventories at all our domestic and international operational locations and successfully obtained the ISO14064-1 greenhouse gas verification statement, all in line with the objectives outlined in “Taiwan’s Pathway to Net-Zero Emissions in 2050,” established by National Development Council.   To further our commitment to green finance, Land Bank has not only set carbon reduction targets for ourselves but also implemented overall control measures for carbon emissions and high-pollution, high-energy-consuming industries within our investment and financing portfolio. Furthermore, Land Bank has also been actively seeking opportunities in the net-zero space, including loans for renewable energy and offshore wind power industries, financing for green construction, and green building mortgages. We have also issued sustainable development bonds for two consecutive years, earmarking the proceeds for green investments and social impact initiatives. This approach effectively directs domestic capital towards sustainable development initiatives.   Since assuming her role as Chairperson, Ms. Hsieh Chuan-Chuan has been dedicated to embedding a strong sustainability focus at the core of our operations. In recent years, Land Bank has seen remarkable success in cultivating ESG strategies, resulting in a series of notable awards and recognitions. These accolades include the National Sustainable Development Award in the Corporate category, presented by the National Council for Sustainable Development under the Executive Yuan, as well as the Bronze Award in the 14th TCSA Sustainability Report Category, the Silver Award in the 15th TCSA Sustainability Report Category, along with the Social Inclusion Leadership Award. Furthermore, we were honored with the Sustainability Development Award in the Banking category in the China Times Financial Services Awards. These achievements reflect the broad acknowledgment of our commitment to ESG principles across diverse sectors.   As a fully state-owned bank, Land Bank has been a steadfast companion to our customers for 77 years, adapting and renewing our business development and ESG strategies over time. In recent years, we have taken proactive steps to establish an operational model focused on the well-being of the environment, customers, and employees, while bolstering the quality of our services. This commitment has led to consecutive honors, including recognition as the "Bank with Excellent Performance in Adhering to the Principle for Financial Service Industries to Treat Clients Fairly" and the "Bank with Outstanding Performance in Property Trust Evaluation for the Elderly and People with Disabilities," both awarded by the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) for five consecutive years. In the future, we will continue to uphold our core values and fulfill our corporate social responsibility, actively contributing to the positive development of the environment, society, and the economy.   Contact person: Lin Hui-Fen Tel: 02-2348-3287
    Last updated: 2023/09/28
  • Dear Customer:   1. If you have already received a new Uniform Identification ("UI") number for foreign nationals and wish to change your UI number with the Bank, you can do so by following the instructions below:   (1) Change at the branch counter in person: Bring your renewed Resident Certificate, Record of ID No. in the Republic of China or Entry & Exit Permit to any of our branches for processing. You can download, print, and complete the "Application for Opening an Account and a Change in the Fundamental Particulars ( applicable to a natural person )" in advance to save time.   (2) Change by mail: Please download, print, and complete the "Application for New Unified Identification (UI) Number (For foreign nationals mailing purposes only)" and "CRS and FATCA Self-Certification Form- Individual", together with a photocopy of the ID card containing the new UI number, and mail to any branch for processing.   2.If you have any questions, please feel free to call our Customer Helpline at (02) 2314-6644 or consult the Land Bank branch nearest you. Click to find the Land Bank branch nearest to you: https://www.landbank.com.tw/En/Location/BranchList/Business-Units 3.For more information about the New UI No., please visit the National Immigration Agency website at: https://www.immigration.gov.tw/5382/5385/7445/238440/243278/243280/ ★To protect your rights and interests, if your account has been authorized to deduct paymentsor collect deposits (e.g. insurance premiums, stock settlement fees, payroll deposits, etc.), you are advised to contact the concerned parties to update your personal information to process such requests. In addition, the individual income tax declaration for 2021 is about to close, please note that the UI No. in your Individual Income Tax Return must be the same as the UI No. you have registered at the bank to facilitate tax payment (return) by bank transfer.
    Last updated: 2022/02/15
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