The SFI is a non-profit organization established on May 29, 1984. It operates in conjunction with national economic growth policies to guide investment activities, promote academic and practical research in the domains of securities and futures, strengthen services for investors,provide a comprehensive array of information, andpromote the sound development of the financial markets.
The Board of Directors is the policy-making body of the SFI. It is comprised of seven to nine directors and one supervisor, with a chairman who acts as the representative of the organization. The administrative body, headed by the President and the Secretary General, is divided into the following six sections: Research Department, Education Center, Testing Center, Information Department, Library, and Secretariat Department.