Disclosure Policy

Basic Policy

The TS TECH Group promptly and fairly discloses accurate corporate information to its stakeholders, such as individual investors including shareholders, institutional investors, and analysts.

Information Disclosure Standards

To disclose information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Timely Disclosure Rules, even when these provisions do not apply, we adopt a proactive approach to the disclosure of information deemed useful and appropriate to our stakeholders.

Disclosure Methods

Our primary means of disclosing information include press releases and the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. This information is also posted on TS TECH’s website.

important undisclosed information

Information disclosed at meetings with our investors shall be limited to information that has already been disclosed in earnings announcements and other public statements, as well as facts that are already in the public domain, and no undisclosed important facts shall be mentioned in meetings.

Quiet Period

In order to prevent the leakage of financial information, we shall designate the period from the end of each fiscal period up to announcement of financial results as the “IR restraint period,” during which no comments shall be made or questions responded to about the financial information in question.

Ensuring Disclosure Policy within the Company

To protect the company and its employees from legal liability under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and other legislation, the Corporate Communication Department responds to all inquiries from stakeholders. In addition, this Disclosure Policy is shared and fully enforced throughout the TS TECH Group.