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    Title: 臺灣金融控股公司之營運整合與綜合效益之關聯性研究
    Other Titles: The correlations between synergy and operation performance of Taiwan financial holding companies.
    Authors: 林怡君;Lin, Yi-chun
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學研究所企業經營碩士在職專班
    黄國隆;Huang, Kuo-long
    Keywords: 金融控股公司;營運整合;綜合效益;Financial Holding Companies;Synergy;operation performance
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 03:05:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 金融控股公司法公布於民國90年7月,此金融控股公司制度的形成為我國金融體制的一大變革,對金融市場影響甚大,金融控股公司的成立,在於追求其綜合經營效益,然其綜合效益則必須經由整合將各子公司之各項業務活動均能發揮至最高效率,再透過1共同行銷(cross selling),增加營業收入;2資源共享,降低經營成本(cost down);3資本配置(capital efficiency effect),提升投資報酬達成;從而集團各成員的營運整合將成為目標達成的重要關鍵。
    The law of financial holding corporation was announced in July 2001. The formation of the financial holding company system was big transformation of monetary system for our country, and had huge influence to the financial market. The establishment of the financial holding company is to pursue its synergy in business management. However, its synergy of earnings is achieved through proper integration that the service activities of various subsidiary companies are operated in peak efficiency, and through:
    1. Cross selling to increase revenue;
    2. Resources sharing to reduce the cost of operation;
    3. Capital efficiency effect to promote the investment return
    Thus, the business integration of various members in the group becomes the key factor that influences whether the business goal will achieve.

    This research uses the finance ratio analysis that has been widely utilized to study and discuss the operation performance of the financial holding companies, take return of equity (ROE) of shareholder as the foundation to derive each financial ratio variable, and then divide the financial holding companies into two groups based on the level of integration: one for financial holding companies with higher integration, and the other for those with relative lower integration to compare if there is significant difference in operation performance. The purpose is to understand the influence of business integration on operation performance of financial holding companies, providing management decision-making reference for the financial holding companies.
    The conclusion of this research indicates that business integration has generally positive effect on the financial holding companies. In addition, high integration also has positive contribution to the operation performance of the financial holding companies as explains separately as follows:

    First, the ROE of financial companies in the highly integrated group is better than those in the lower integrated group.

    Second, the financial holding companies in the highly integrated group have significance difference on mean value of examination of each financial ratio variable.

    Third, the trend charts of various financial ratio variables show that the performance of the financial holding companies in the highly integrated group have comparatively better than those in the lower integrated group.

    Fourth, the performance or the financial holding companies in the highly integrated group have comparatively have better than those in the lower integrated group in growth of each financial ratio variable in various seasons
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