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Taiwan Fire & Marine Insurance Company - Company Profile

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Steady and Sustained Production Growth, Based on Solid Financial Strength

TFMI was established in the early stages by taking over various insurance companies established by the Japanese in Taiwan, with the formation of The "Taiwan Fire & Marine Insurance Company Provisional Office" in June 1946. In addition to taking over the insurance business and the assets, new insurance businesses were also developed. The Company was officially established on March 12, 1948 and it is now Taiwan's oldest nonlife insurance company.


Explore Our History

At its founding stage, the Company only offered a few insurance products as the demand for insurance was limited. However, after over 70 years of operations, the Company has expanded its product offerings to 80 items and has set up 40 plus branches nationwide, thereby establishing its service network all over the country. In August 2006, the Company established the Shanghai Representative Office to expand its services territory.

At its formation, the Bank of Taiwan, Land Bank of Taiwan, First Commercial Bank, Chang Hwa Commercial Bank, Hua Nan Commercial Bank, Taiwan Navigation Co., Ltd., Taiwan Railways Administration and other entities provided the Company’s initial capital of 10 million Old Taiwan dollars. During the following 57 years, investments also came from the Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Taiwan Business Bank, and Taiwan Chung Hsing Paper Corporation and the Company became a provincial business entity. The Company's stocks were listed on Taiwan Stock Exchange on September 30, 1997 and the Company was reorganized into a privatized business on January 22, 1998 to comply with government policies. The Company became a private enterprise after over 50 years of public operations. The Company Issued new stocks by capital surplus in September 2010. Its capital is now NT$3,622,004,000.

Taiwan Fire & Marine Insurance Company

Our Purpose and Values

Under the guidance of its "stable and customer-oriented operations" policy, the Company has been able to maintain strong capital levels and good underwriting performance. The Company has also been awarded "A-" rating by Standard & Poors (S&P) and "twAA" rating with "Stable" outlook by Taiwan Ratings. The Company pays serious attention to corporate governance, legal compliance and corporate social responsibility, as well as protects the interests of all stakeholders. As a result, the Company has been listed in the top 20 percent of publicly listed companies for seven consecutive years during the corporate governance evaluation conducted by Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE).


In the future, TFMI will continue to hold true to our strategic policies of prudent management and sustainable development.

Internally, we will strengthen our corporate governance, strive to care for employees, and enhance our management performance. Externally, we will emphasize customer relations management to improve the quality of service for our customers. Moreover, through TFMI Foundation, we will continuously care for disadvantaged groups, promote green energy and environmental friendliness, and support academic research and physical fitness activities.