IR Policy

IR ─ IR Policy

MINKABU THE INFONOID, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) discloses important matters of the Company to all stakeholders including shareholders and investors in a timely, appropriate and fair manner. While fulfilling our responsibilities as a listed company, the Company will improve the fairness and transparency of management and improve our corporate value.

Information disclosure standards

Besides disclosing information in compliance with relevant laws and regulations such as the Companies Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and the timely disclosure rules established by stock exchanges, the Company will promote understanding of its corporate activities and management strategies, and will proactively disclose important information that may affect investors/shareholders investment decisions, and strive to put out fairly available to all market participants.

Targeted information

We disclose timely disclosure information through the Electronic Disclosure for Investors’ Network (EDINET) provided by the Financial Services Agency and the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the stock exchanges, in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations and the rules and regulations of the stock exchanges. In principle, information disclosed through these systems will be promptly posted on the Company’s website. In addition, regarding voluntary information disclosure, we will strive for proactive and fair disclosure in consideration of the purpose of the timely disclosure rules.

Information disclosure system

In accordance with this IR policy, we are striving to improve and enhance our internal system to disclose appropriate information in accordance with various laws and regulations and timely disclosure rules.

Improvement of communication

We want to be a highly transparent company that clearly communicates our management strategies and business policies to our stakeholders. Therefore, we will enhance the opportunities for management to speak directly to individual and institutional investors inside and outside Japan.

About future information

Information disclosed by us that is not historical fact, such as future prospects and strategies, is based on certain assumptions that the Company considers reasonable at the time of disclosure, and the Company does not guarantee the validity or accuracy of such information. Actual business results may differ significantly from the outlook due to various factors such as economic conditions and changes in the market environment.

Silent period

In order to prevent the leakage of financial information and to ensure the fairness of information disclosure, the Company has adopted a “silent period” that commences the day after the each quarter-end to the date of financial results announcement for each quarter. During this period, the Company refrains from making comments on inquiries regarding financial results and performance, and holding individual IR meetings. However, if an event that occurs during the period falls under timely disclosure, the Company discloses it in a timely and appropriate manner in accordance with the rules of timely disclosure.