Investor RelationsDisclosure Policy
1. Standards for information disclosure
The Company will disclose information promptly based on transparency, fairness and continuity in accordance with various laws and regulations, including the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, as well as "Timely Disclosure of Corporate Information, etc." (hereinafter referred to as the "Timely Disclosure Rules") of the Securities Listing Regulations of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
In addition, we will strive to proactively disclose information that we believe will be of assistance in gaining an understanding of the Company, even if it does not fall under the scope of various laws and regulations or the Timely Disclosure Rules. We will not disclose personal information, customer information, or information that may infringe on the rights of related parties.
2. Disclosure method
Information required by the Timely Disclosure Rules will be disclosed through the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Rules and then also promptly posted on the Company's website.
We will strive to proactively disclose information that we believe will be of assistance in gaining an understanding of the Company, even if it does not fall under the scope of the Timely Disclosure Rules.
3. Prevention of insider trading
The Company has established internal regulations for the appropriate management of important information and the prevention of insider trading, and promotes awareness and understanding among all Group employees.
4. Handling of performance forecasts and future information
Among the performance forecasts, strategies, policies, targets, etc., disclosed by the Company, those that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements. These statements are based on plans, expectations, and judgments in accordance with information available to the Company at the time and certain assumptions that are deemed reasonable. Actual results may differ significantly due to various risks and uncertainties.
5. Silent period
In order to prevent leaks of financial information (including quarterly financial information), and from the perspective of ensuring fairness in information disclosure, the Company designates the period from the day following the last day of settlement of accounts (settlement in June, September, December, and March) to the day of announcement of financial results as a silent period. During this period, the Company refrains from answering questions or making comments on financial results and performance forecasts. However, if it becomes likely that the performance forecast will change significantly during this period, we will disclose information as appropriate in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Rules.