Investor Relations Information Disclosure Policy

Basic Policy

KONOIKE top management declared within the KONOIKE Group Compliance Management Policy that the group will disclose corporate information necessary for stakeholders in a timely and appropriate manner, reflecting fair and transparent corporate management.

Information Disclosure Standards

The KONOIKE Group discloses information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the timely disclosure rules stipulated by stock exchanges. We also disclose information that is not subject to timely disclosure rules, but which we consider necessary for shareholders and investors to make investment decisions.

Disclosure Methods

The KONOIKE Group discloses corporate information in a timely and appropriate manner through an individual assigned responsibility for information handling. Disclosures are made via the Timely Disclosure network (TDnet) provided by stock exchanges. We also disclose other information fairly and promptly in accordance with the spirit of timely disclosure.

Quiet Period

To prevent financial information leaks, the KONOIKE Group designates a certain period of time prior to the announcement of financial results as a quiet period. During quiet periods, the group refrains from commenting on or answering any questions regarding financial results. However, if the group anticipates a significant deviation from previously announced earnings forecasts during a quiet period, information will be disclosed as appropriate.

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