IR information

IR Policy

Basic IR Policy

We will continue to disclose pertinent information to our shareholders, investors, and all other stakeholders in a fair and timely manner in order to increase the reliability of our IR activities and to accurately reflect our corporation’s value in the capital market.

Active Promotion of Our IR Content and IR Activities

In addition to information required by laws and regulations, such as the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Timely Disclosure Rules established by the Tokyo Stock Exchange , we will communicate our management policy and strategy, our business and financial content, and our executives’ visions through company discussions, financial result briefings, and IR website.

Method of Disclosure

Information that falls under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Timely Disclosure Rules will be registered in and disclosed through the Timely Disclosure Information System (TDnet) operated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. We will also actively communicate information about financial result briefings and company meetings through our IR website.

Grace Period

We reserve the right to refrain from commenting or answering questions about financial results starting from two weeks prior to the official announcement, to prevent monetary information from leaking to the public. However, the grace period will not apply to information that is required for disclosure, such as those defined in the Timely Disclosure Rules and other laws and regulations.