Settlement and Book Entry of Securities on Centralized Trades
In accordance with TWSE and GTSM operation regulations and rules, the delivery and settlement operations for securities traded on the TWSE or GTSM shall be handled by TDCC. Appendix- centralized trades’s operating procedures
Settlement and Book Entry of Securities on Negotiable Trades in Over-the-Counter Market
TDCC provides book entry services for negotiable transactions between customer and Participant or between participants.
Clearing and Settlement of Emerging Stocks
To provide unlisted stocks with a legal, secure and transparent transaction platform, GTSM has established an emerging stocks transaction system on January 2, 2002, while TDCC handles the clearing and settlement of emerging stocks.
Once securities firms complete a transaction in GTSM’s Emerging Stocks Electronic Negotiated Trading System, GTSM will notify TDCC of trading details and settlement methods. TDCC will then carry out the subsequent payment and settlement operations as described below based on the GTSM notice:
Trade for trade: Buyers and sellers complete settlements on the trade day.
Netting: Buyers and sellers complete settlements with TDCC on T+2.
Book Entry Operations for Pledged Securities
In order to eliminate the risk and inconvenience incurred by pledgers and pledgees through being required to carry large numbers of physical securities with them when establishing pledges. TDCC began to provide book-entry services for pledged securities on May 2, 1994, including creation of pledge, closing of pledge, exercise of pledge, transfer of pledge and the transaction of pledge balance; as overall aim was to make these operations to be convenient and secure as possible.
Book Entry Operations for Securities Trust
To meet the needs of investors who put their securities under central custody into securities trust, TDCC has been providing central custody and book-entry transfer services for securities trust since 2004, including the opening of trust account by trustee, trustor putting securities in central custody under a trust, distribution of trust interest, transfer of trust securities when the trust ceases to exist, and distribution of stock dividends for trust securities.
Book Entry Operations for Securities Assignment
- Book-entry operation for securities acquired by direct assignment, inheritance or gift Starting 2001, TDCC offers book-entry service for direct transfer of securities between individuals, securities acquired by inheritance and as a gift. Investors can submit supporting documents and tax information (tax payment or tax exemption) to their broker (TDCC participant) for application. After TDCC receives the above information from the participant, TDCC sends the information to issuer or its transfer agent for review. The issuer or its transfer agent will then conduct the transfer registration after verifying the documents, and advise TDCC to transfer the securities to the TDCC account of the assignee, heir or donee.
- Book-entry Operation for Securities Used for Stock Payment or for Waiver of Shareholding Starting 2008, TDCC offers book-entry services for investors who use the securities under custody as payment for subscription of stocks issued by companies in the process of incorporation or as payment for newly-issued shares in capital increase. TDCC also offers book-entry services for waiver of shareholding. Investors may request such account transfer services through their broker (TDCC participant) by submitting the application form and relevant supporting documents. The participant will then pass on the relevant information submitted by the investor to TDCC, who will forward the information to the issuer or its transfer agent for review. The issuer or its transfer agent will then conduct the transfer registration after verifying the documents, and advise TDCC to transfer the securities to the TDCC account of the company which is in the process of incorporation, the company issuing new shares for capital increase, or the company to take over the shares waived by the shareholder.
- In case the investor mentioned in the preceding paragraph is using stocks to pay for the subscription of shares of a company in the process of incorporation, the representative of the company being incorporated should submit the relevant supporting documents to the issuer of stocks used for payment and open a “General Depository Account” in the name of “○○ Company Preparatory Office, Representative ○○○” before the application is processed.