Timely, appropriate, and fair disclosure of corporate information to all stakeholders of the Company, specifically shareholders and investors, are basic policies for the IR activities of the Company.
In order to earn the trust and confidence of shareholders and investors, the Company strives to enhance proactive information disclosure and two-way communication.
Disclosure contents regulated by statute and the Timely Disclosure Rules, etc., are disclosed using the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
In order to prevent the leakage of account closing information before official release dates and to ensure the fairness of disclosure, the Company observes self-imposed IR quiet periods in the interim from the day after the end of each quarter (February, May, August, and November) until the official release date. During these periods, employees and corporate officers of the Company are barred from making comments or answering questions concerning financial disclosure matters. Except, however, that information disclosures including corrections and amendments where appropriate will be made during self-imposed IR quiet periods if the possibility of a material deviation from future projections is found to exist.
Corporate disclosures (including any information displayed on this site), except factual legacy information, are based on currently available information that reflects the future outlook in the judgment of the Company and are provided without warranty as to their content. Forward-looking information on performance, etc., is subject to risks, uncertainties, and assumptions, and may materially differ from actual results.
Moreover, corporate disclosures (including any information displayed on this site) are provided exclusively for information purposes and not for the purpose of soliciting investment of any kind. Readers are reminded that investment decisions occur at the exclusive responsibility of investors.