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Information Disclosure Policy

Basic Policy

We will communicate with our shareholders and investors and actively disseminate corporate information such as management policies and financial circumstance in consideration of timeliness, fairness, and transparency.
We will also strive to actively disclose information that we believe helps us understand. At the same time, we will strive to earn the confidence and appropriate evaluation of our stakeholders.

Disclosed Standard

We will comply with laws and regulations and the rules of financial instruments exchanges, and disclose information required to be disclosed by laws and regulations.
In addition, even if we do not fall under the disclosure standard stipulated in laws and regulations, we will actively disclose information that we believe will have a substantial impact on your investment decisions, as well as information that we believe will be useful in deepening your understanding of us.

Method of Disclosure

Information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Timely Disclosure Rules provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange shall be registered and disclosed on the Timely Disclosure Communication System (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, etc.
In addition, we will create an environment in which information other than the above is widely available to the public through postings on our website if we deem it important.

Silent Period

In order to prevent the leakage of financial information and ensure fairness, the period from the closing date of the financial results to the announcement date of the financial results will be a “silent period.”
Within this period, we will refrain from commenting on questions related to the settlement of accounts.However, in the event that a fact falls under the category of timely disclosure occurs during a silent period, or in the event that actual results are expected to differ significantly from the earnings forecast and publication is necessary, the Company will disclose the information in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Rules.

Internal Structure

Important information is discussed and resolved by the Board of Directors and the Management Committee, which is the next decision-making body after the Board of Directors meeting. After confirmation and approval to the representative director, information is promptly and fairly disclosed by the Public Relations Department, Human Resources & General Affairs Department, Corporate Planning Department, and Accounting Department.
We will disclose information that requires urgent disclosure in a timely and appropriate manner after obtaining approval from the representative director.Information urgently required for such disclosure will be reported to all directors at a later date.