Basic Disclosure Policy
It is the basic policy of the Company to disclose information to all of its stakeholders including shareholders and investors in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and timely disclosure rules established by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and to also proactively disclose information outside the scope of information disclosure required under the timely disclosure rules in cases where such information may influence investment decisions.
The Company discloses information required under the timely disclosure rules established by Tokyo Stock Exchange through the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) operated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The disclosed information will also be promptly posted on our website to inform shareholders and investors. For information not requiring disclosure under the timely disclosure rules but with the possibility of influencing investment decisions, we will proactively disclose such information through appropriate methods, bearing in mind the intentions behind the timely disclosure rules.
In order to prevent leakage of earnings information and ensure fairness of information disclosure, the Company sets a Quiet Period starting from 3 weeks before each quarterly earnings announcement until the date of such announcement. During the Quiet Period, the Company will refrain from responding to questions regarding its financial results and making related comments.However, in case of an occurrence during the Quiet Period of a Material Fact deemed by the Company to have a material influence on investor decisions, the Company will disclose the information in a timely and appropriate manner.
Information posted on this website may include information regarding future forecasts and strategies. Such information involves risks and uncertainties, and the Company does not in any way guarantee their achievement.Please note that future business results may differ from forecasts due to changes in the business environment and other factors.