Disclosure Policy


1. Basic Disclosure Policy

The Company has established "Codes of Conduct Chapter 9 (Disclosure of information)" to enable all its directors and employees strive to provide various stakeholders with the Company’s corporate information, including fair and accurate financial information, corporate policy, business activities and other necessary information, in an easy-to-understand format, at an appropriate timing and in an appropriate manner. The Company strives for timely disclosure of Information on Material Fact defined in the timely disclosure regulations of stock exchanges on which the Company is listed, and also of other information which the Company considers to be effective for understanding the Company.

2. Method of Disclosure

In accordance with the timely disclosure regulations of the Tokyo Stock Exchange on which the Company is listed, the Company discloses information applicable to these regulations via the timely disclosure systems of TDnet. The Company also posts such publicly disclosed information openly announced via our corporate website promptly to notify the information fairly to general investors.
The Company also discloses information other than those applicable to the timely disclosure regulations through news media and the Company's Website, when the Company considers them to be effective for understanding the Company. The information is released after receiving the approval of the individual with “Information disclosure advisory committee”.

3. Forecasts

Forecasts on the Company's future business performance in the Company's disclosure materials are based on the information available at the time of disclosure and certain assumptions that the Company considers to be reasonable. Actual performance may differ significantly from the business forecasts due to various risk factors and uncertainties. Investors are asked not to depend too much on the business forecasts.

4. Quiet Period

To prevent the leakage of business results and ensure fairness, the Company has specified the period from the day following the end of each quarter to the business results announcement date for the said quarter as a quiet period. During this period, the Company basically refrains from responding to any inquiries on its business results and making any comments thereof. However, if the Company anticipates a significant difference to occur between the original forecasts and actual results during the quiet period, the Company will disclose such information timely based on the disclosure regulations.

5. Prevention of Insider Trading

We have stipulated internal rules for the appropriate handling of important information and prevention of insider trading, and are working to promote thorough understanding and awareness of these rules by employees across the entire TABUCHI Group

6. Others

When searching the Company's information on this Website, please also refer to the Site policy or Disclaimer in addition to this Disclosure Policy.

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