1. Basic Policy
ITOHAM YONEKYU HOLDINGS INC. (hereinafter referred to as "Company") will continue to make efforts to disclose the information in a timely and appropriate manner to all stakeholders with fairness, transparency, and continuity, and then it is based on our Group principle "We will contribute to the realization of health and prosperous society through our business".
The Company will comply with the Companies Act and Financial Instruments & the Exchange Act (hereinafter referred to as "Laws & Regulations") in addition, Securities Listing Regulations which is determined by Listing Stock Exchanges, then disclose the information based on the "Laws & Regulations" and Securities Listing Regulations also. The "Company" will continue to encourage the constructive discussion with stakeholders in regard with effective information which shows both financial and non-financial information a timely and appropriate manner.
2. Methods for disclosure
The "Company" will provide the timely disclosure information immediately to the press by Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) and up that information on the "Company" website, when applicable the timely disclosure determined by Listing Stock Exchanges. In addition, we will disclose the effective information to all stakeholders by our website in a timely and appropriate manner, depending on the importance and urgency, if it does not hit the category of timely disclosure.
3. Prevention of insider trading
The "Company" have established internal regulations for the purpose of prevention of insider trading and the important company information have been managed appropriately. The "Company" have promoted to make well known and understanding to all group employees.
4. Forward-Looking Statements
The information published in this IR site may contain "forward-looking statements". Other than historical facts, plans, policies, future projections, etc. are based on information, assumptions, and judgments currently available to the management of the Company and are subject to various risks and uncertainties.
5. Period of Silence
To prevent leaks of information concerning business results and to ensure fairness, the "Company " maintains a period of silence from the day following the closing of accounts for each fiscal period, including for each fiscal quarter, until that period's results briefing. During this period, the Company does not, in principle, disclose any information about comments and answer of questions pertaining to its business results. However, the" Company" will disclose the information in an appropriate and timely manner, in the case of necessity of applicable any laws and regulations determined by the securities exchange.