IR policy

Basic policy

Moriroku Holdings Company, Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "the Company") will disclose accurate corporate information to all stakeholders, including shareholders and investors, in a timely and fair manner. The Company will also strive to communicate actively with our stakeholders and to ensure that the feedback we receive is appropriately reflected in our corporate activities.

Information disclosure standards

The Company will disclose information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, other laws and regulations, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange's rules on timely disclosure. Even in the case where these provisions do not apply, the Company will proactively disclose information that it considers to be valid and appropriate for our shareholders and investors.

Information disclosure system

The director in charge of Investors Relations is responsible for handling information, and the Corporate Communications & IR Division are the department in charge of the handling, and work with relevant departments to consolidate information, examine the need for disclosure, and prepare contents for disclosure.

Information that falls under the category of timely disclosure will be disclosed through the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange and will also be promptly posted on the Company's website.

Policy for constructive dialogue with shareholders

The director in charge of IR oversees and works with other members of management to enhance dialogue. In addition to disclosing information as required by law and regulations, the Corporate Communications & IR Division holds briefings for financial results and medium-term management plan, and discloses information on the company's website to promote understanding of the company's business situation and enhance dialogue. Feedback from dialogue is conveyed to the Board of Directors and operating companies to help with management decisions.

Quiet period

In order to prevent leakage of financial information, the period between the end of each financial year and the announcement of financial results is designated as a quiet period, during which the Company can make no comments or answer questions on the relevant financial information.

Prevention of insider trading

The Company has established internal regulations for the appropriate management of important information relating to the Company and the prevention of insider trading. The Company promotes awareness and understanding of these regulations among all employees.