- IR activities
For all shareholders and investors and analysts (“shareholders and investors”), V-Technology Group (including the Company and all subsidiaries of the Company, “Group”) shall disclose information such as our management strategy and information regarding financial and performance status in a fair, timely and appropriate manner. We shall also disclose other information that contributes to the enhancement of dialogue with shareholders and investors and maintain the system for the information disclosure.
We aim to earn the trust and appropriate evaluation from shareholders and investors as we exert ourselves to have shareholders and investors understand the Group's management strategies.
Also, we shall utilize the helpful opinions and requests from shareholders and investors as references for company management by the Management Committee and the Board of Directors. We shall also endeavor to improve corporate value.
- System of Information disclosure and dialogue
1) The basic approach of information disclosure
The Company shall disclose essential facts and information that the Company considers following the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and other regulations and the Securities Listing Regulations constituted by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Also, we shall make fair, timely, and appropriate disclosure of information that contributes to the enhancement of dialogue with shareholders and investors.
2) Information disclosure based on laws and regulations and access to information
We shall disclose information based on the "Financial Instruments and Exchange Act” through the "Electronic Disclosure system related to disclosure documents such as securities reports, etc.” (Called "EDINET") provided by the Financial Services Agency. We shall also publish the same disclosure documents promptly on our website.
We shall disclose information based on the "Securities Listing Regulations" through the "Timely Disclosure Information Transmission System" (Called "TDnet") provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and we shall also publish the same disclosure documents on our website.
We shall publish helpful information that contributes to the enhancement of the dialogue. Such as financial results briefing materials (supplementary materials), business explanatory materials, shareholder communications, relevant information, and news releases which apply to the “Financial Instruments and Exchange Act” on our website.
3) Information disclosure system and the contact point for dialogue
The executive officer in charge of the administration serves as the information handling officer, and the management headquarters collects information from the information management staff of each department and Group Company of the Company and reports it to the President and CEO. The information handling officer shall make various disclosures under the direction of the President and CEO.
Also, the CEO has overall control over the dialogue with shareholders and investors, and the President’s Office IR Group acts as the contact point for dialogue. Either the CEO, the information handling officer, the President’s Office IR Group leader, the General Affairs Department manager, the Finance and Accounting Department manager, or the person appointed by the information handling officer handles the dialogue properly.
<Overview of our disclosure system>
- IR quiet period
The Company shall refrain from responding to inquiries about business results and holding individual meetings with the IR quiet period of 30 days before the announcement of financial results. However, this does not apply if we have decisions or essential facts that should be disclosed even during the period.
The Group shall provide feedback to the President and CEO and the executive officer in charge of the administration regarding helpful opinions and requests received from dialogues with shareholders and investors, and utilize them as a reference for corporate management. We shall also share the information within the Group based on proper information management.