Disclosure Policy

Basic Approach to Disclosure

Meiji Holdings discloses information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Securities Listing Regulations stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. We endeavor to provide information promptly based on the principles of transparency, fairness, and consistency, to aid understanding of the Company's activities.

Method of Information Disclosure

Important information that falls within the scope of the Securities Listing Regulations stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange shall be registered with and made publicly available on the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange after the Company has briefed the Exchange. Once the information is registered with TDnet, we promptly provide the same information to media organizations and also post the same materials on our website.

Forward-Looking Statements and the Handling of Materials

Materials disclosed by the Company may include future forecasts and strategies that are not historical facts but are based on conclusions and assumptions reached using information available at the time. Consequently, Meiji Holdings cautions users that actual performance may vary greatly from these forecasts as a result of a variety of different factors.

Quiet Period

In order to prevent leaks of financial reporting information and to ensure fairness, we have established a quiet period that begins on the day following each financial closing date and ends on the date of the announcement of the financial results for that period. During the quiet period, we will not answer any questions nor make any comment related to financial reporting information. However, if during this quiet period we think it is likely that the actual results will differ substantially from previous forecasts, we will duly disclose information pursuant to the Securities Listing Regulations.