Chunghwa Post is frequently identified as a quasi-financial institution. Though CHP has chosen a conservative path, its overall performance has been acceptable. If compared with the country’s 16 financial holding companies, CHP appears to outperform most of them. Last year, the Company's EPS amounted to NT$3.03, ranking the third among them. Return on Equity (ROE) also reached a comfortable level of 8.55%. In the meantime, CHP has kept improving its capital structure by raising capital base from NT$40 billion to NT$65 billion with the goal of up to NT$100 billion in the next few years. The move will enable the company to better manage risks and provide supurior services.