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IR Policy

Objective and basic policy of our IR activities

The basic policy of the Company is to disclose information fairly, accurately, and on a timely basis.

Information disclosed

The Company discloses information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and the Rules Concerning Timely Disclosure of Company Information of Issuers of Listed Securities (“Timely Disclosure Rule”) set out by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

Methods of information disclosure

The Company discloses information through TDnet (the Timely Disclosure network, an on-time information transmission system provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange), the distribution of press releases to more than one media organization, and its own website.

Undisclosed material facts

The information that the Company discloses on printed materials or its website, or by answering inquiries over the telephone is information that has already been announced (disclosed) or information that is known to the public.

Quiet period

To prevent leaks of settlement information, the Company designates the period from the day following the accounting date and the day of the announcement of financial results as a quiet period and refrains voluntarily from conducting IR activities. During the quiet period the Company refrains from making any comments about financial results.

Information Disclosure System