Disclosure Policy

Purpose of Investor Relations Activities

Meiko Network Japan Co., Ltd., (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) conducts Investors Relations (IR) activities to enable its shareholders and retail investors to fully understand the situation of the Company for proper investment decisions. To this end, the Company will always try to respond completely and offer fair, timely, and accurate disclosures. In addition, positioning its IR activities as the most effective means of communication with shareholders, the Company will endeavor to respond to inquiries with a cordial attitude.
Note that the Company will refrain from conveying specific information to specific individuals.

Criteria for Information Disclosure

The Company discloses information in conformity with the criteria stipulated in the Tokyo Stock Exchange Timely Disclosure Rules and various other laws and ordinances. For any information not stipulated by relevant laws and ordinances, Company policy is to make voluntary and fair disclosures as often as possible with regard to information that would be useful for investment decisions by shareholders and investors.

Method of Information Disclosure

The Companies Act and the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act regulate how the Company discloses information in conformity with the methods set forth in the laws and ordinances. For the information regulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange Timely Disclosure Rules, the Company will register such information on the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in conformity with the same rules, and issues a press release. Note that the Company spares no efforts to enrich information disclosures broadly and positively through its website.

Business Forecasts

Information disclosed by the Company may include descriptions of future prospects such as business forecasts. Such descriptions are based on currently available information. Therefore, forecasts regarding future performance may include uncertainties and may differ from actual results. The Company will not support any business forecasts made by a third party.

Undisclosed Material Facts

Information released in a financial results briefing for analysts by the Company, responses to telephone inquiries, or interviews shall be limited to already released information. Without going through stipulated procedures, the Company will never refer to undisclosed material facts.

Silent Period

In order to prevent the leakage of information that may affect the price of the Company's shares during the preparation of financial statements, the Company has stipulated a "silent period" that commences on the day following the closing date of the quarterly fiscal period and ends on the day the related financial statements are released, and refrains voluntarily from engaging in IR activities. During this period, we will refrain from making any comments concerning our business forecasts, results, and planning to specific investors or the media. Please note, however, that in the event of a possibility that business results will differ significantly from previous forecasts during the period, the Company will make timely and proper information disclosures.