Disclosure Policy

Disclosure Policy

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Disclosure Policy

1. Basic policy

The basic policy of Sinanen Holdings Co., Ltd. (hereafter, "the Company") is to proactively disclose corporate and financial information from the perspective of timeliness, fairness and accuracy in order to deepen understanding of the Group among shareholders, investors and all other stakeholders. Through disclosing information in accordance with this policy, the Company will engage in two-way communication with all stakeholders to increase management transparency and build relationships of trust, and in addition, will work to improve corporate value.

2. Disclosure standards

The Company will disclose information in accordance with laws and regulations and the timely disclosure rules stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (hereafter collectively referred to as "the Timely Disclosure Rules"). In addition, if the Company determines that information not required to be disclosed under the Timely Disclosure Rules is valuable to stakeholders, including shareholders and investors, it will communicate such information as actively and fairly as possible.

3. Disclosure system

The Company has appointed the officer in charge of the Finance and IR Department as the "Information Handling Manager" responsible for the management of corporate information and information disclosure as stipulated in the Timely Disclosure Rules, has designated the Finance and IR Department as the department in charge of information disclosure, and has established an information control system to consolidate and scrutinize information from the Corporate Planning Department and related departments.

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4. Disclosure method

Information disclosed in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Rules is disclosed through the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The information disclosed on TDnet is promptly posted on the Company's website to inform shareholders and investors. Information not required to be disclosed under the Timely Disclosure Rules will also be disclosed by posting it on the Company's website, etc., based on the purpose of the Timely Disclosure Rules, if it has an impact on investment decisions.

5. Quiet period

To prevent leaks of financial results (including quarterly financial results) and ensure fair disclosures, the Company observes a "quiet period" from the day following the last day of a fiscal period until announcement of the results for the period. During this quiet period, the Company refrains from replying to queries about its financial results. However, timely disclosures will be made as appropriate during the quiet period if an event occurs that requires disclosure under the Timely Disclosure Rules.

6. Forward-looking statements

Among statements of information currently disclosed by the Company such as plans, strategies, decisions, and financial forecasts, those other than historical facts are forward-looking statements. These statements are tentative and based on currently available information, assumptions that are deemed reasonable, and the judgment of the Company's management in light of such information or assumptions. They therefore involve many potential risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from such statements due to various factors.

Established June 12, 2023
Revised April 1, 2024
Sinanen Holdings Co., Ltd.
President and CEO
Masaki Yamazaki