1. Basic Disclosure Policy
The Valuence Group recognizes that fair and impartial information disclosure to our shareholders and other stakeholders, as well as ongoing dialogues, are essential in achieving sustainable growth and raising corporate value over the medium and long term.
Therefore, along with disclosures of information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, other relevant laws and regulations, and the timely disclosure of information based on regulations established by the stock exchanges on which our company is listed, we also strive to make prompt and impartial voluntary disclosures of other information we believe necessary to investment decisions on the part of shareholders and investors.
2. Information Disclosure Methods
Timely Information Disclosure
Certain important information related to company operations, management, financial results, etc., must be disclosed according to the timely disclosure rules stipulated by financial instruments exchanges, as this information has a significant impact on securities investment decisions (e.g., information regarding decisions made by a publicly traded company and subsidiaries, information regarding factual events, information regarding financial results, etc.). We carry out disclosure procedures for this information in accordance with the rules stipulated by the finance instruments exchanges. As necessary, we also publish information on our corporate website and through external media channels.
Material Information Subject to Fair Disclosure Rules
Material information defined under Article 27-36 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act (undisclosed material information about the operations, business, or assets of the listed company, etc. which has a material influence on investors’ investment decisions) may be communicated to certain business partners. In this case, the company will provide public disclosure in accordance with the Fair Disclosure Rules (Article 27-36 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and Cabinet Office Orders on Disclosure of Material Information).
Statutory Information Disclosure
Material information that is required to be disclosed by the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act will be disclosed in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
3. Prevention of Insider Trading
We engage in the appropriate management of material information to prevent insider trading. To this end, we have established Insider Trading Regulations and strive to ensure all employees are familiar with these regulations.
4. Earnings Forecasts and Forward-Looking Information
The business earnings forecasts, strategies, policies, and goals disclosed by the company which are not historical facts are forward-looking forecasts determined by the company based on information available at the time they were prepared. Due to numerous factors, actual performance may differ significantly from forward-looking forecasts.
5. Quiet Period
To prevent leaks of important information and ensure the fairness of the disclosure of information, the company specifies thirty days until the release of financial results as a quiet period. We will answer no questions and make no remarks regarding the results of operations during this period, except in the case where there emerge future-related information and the material fact that would influence investment decisions considerably.