This section is an explanatory section in order to assist the viewers of this website to fully comprehend our disclosure policies.
We believes that it is the responsibility of listed companies to fully disclose information in a fair, timely, and accurate manner to all capital market participants, including analysts, institutional investors, individual investors, and the media. Besides, it is essential from the standpoint of corporate governance.
In disclosing information, we will provide timely and appropriate explanations and disclosures of business strategies, financial information, and non-financial information, complying with relevant laws and regulations, as well as stock exchange rules.
In addition, we are engaged in constructive dialogues with shareholders and investors in order to contribute to the sustainable growth of the company and the enhancement of corporate value over the medium to long term.
Our disclosure is made in accordance with applicable laws and regulations such as Japan's Company Law and the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, as well as the Timely Disclosure Regulations (the "Regulations") enacted by the Tokyo Stock Exchange ("TSE"). It is also our policy to disclose, as much proactively and fairly as possible, financial and non-financial information that does not fall under the Regulations, such as the contents of announcements made at an investor meeting, in order to better meet investors' needs.
|Disclosures in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act||Securities Reports, Quarterly Reports, Internal Control Reports, Extraordinary Reports, etc.|
|Disclosures in accordance with the Companies Act||Business Reports, Financial Statements, Consolidated Financial Statements, etc.|
|Timely disclosures||Disclosures of information about corporate decisions or events for which the TSE requires timely disclosure|
|Other||Corporate Governance Reports|
|Disclosure materials related to IR activities
Annual reports, etc.
Disclosure of information falling under the Regulations is publicized through the Timely Information Disclosure System (TDnet) offered by the TSE in accordance with the Regulations. We post each piece of information publicized on TDnet on our website promptly. A substantial delay in such posting on our website may occur due to the particular circumstances of preparation of tools and systems.
In disclosing information beyond that required to be released under applicable laws and regulations such as the Company Law and the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, as well as the Regulations, we are endeavoring to ensure that such information is provided as much precisely and fairly as possible to general investors in an appropriate manner in light of the purpose of timely disclosure.
In accordance with the MinebeaMitsumi Group Rules for prevention of insider trading, we handle insider information with great care in order to prevent from communicating important unpublished facts in dialogue with shareholders.
The regulatory disclosure to prevent insider stock trading required by Article 30 of the Enforcement Order for the current Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, revised in February 2004, is completed when information is published on TDnet. But when an information un-publishable situation caused by a system failure occurs in TDnet after registration of information at TDnet, the so-called 12-hour rule applies. In such a case, if you trade our shares, etc. based on information from this website-within 12 hours after the disclosure of such information on the website, you might violate the regulations for insider stock trading. Accordingly, when confirming any aspect of our disclosed information, it is recommended that you refer to both this website and other information sources such as TDnet.
The following employees serve as information disclosure officers and are responsible for disclosing corporate information.
Corporate officer in charge of the Personnel & General Affairs Division, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others
Corporate officer in charge of the Business Administration and Accounting & Corporate Finance Division, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others
Corporate officer in charge of the Corporate Planning Division, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others
The Personnel & General Affairs Division, the Business Administration and Accounting & Corporate Finance Division, the Corporate Planning Division, and the Manufacturing Headquarters (Machined Component Manufacturing Headquarters, Electronic Device & Component Headquarters and MITSUMI Business Headquarters) take a comprehensive look at information subject to timely disclosure and verify all such information. The Personnel & General Affairs Division, the Business Administration and Accounting & Corporate Finance Division, and The Corporate Planning Division are responsible for preparing documents pertaining to timely disclosure.
*1 Corporate information to be disclosed
- Information for which disclosure is required pursuant to the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Timely Disclosure Rules set forth by the Financial Instruments Exchanges
- Information other than that described in 1. that is deemed likely to have a significant effect on investors' investment decisions
*2 How information is disclosed
- The Financial Instruments Exchanges
- (1) Via the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet)
- (2) Via press conferences held at the TSE's Kabuto Club and/or by distributing printed materials at the Kabuto Club
- Via the MinebeaMitsumi website
*3 Inquiries after disclosure
- Information disclosure officers will respond to inquiries.
IR Silence Period
To prevent any information affecting the stock price from being divulged during the preparation period of the data for the announcement of the accounts, we fix three or four weeks "IR silence period" prior to the announcement of the accounts. During this period, we refrain from making comments on the accounts or responding to related questions. If it becomes likely that the results will substantially vary from the previously released projection, however, we will disclose information by way of press release.
We disclose performance forecasts we submit to the TSE. In addition to these materials, we may provide investors, etc. with guidance concerning our forecasts to help them make their own estimates about our performance.
Speeches, questions and answers, published documents, or information provided on our website may contain information relating to our current plans, future projections, strategies, and so forth. In any case, all statements which are not historical facts are future projections based on certain assumptions and our manager's best judgment in light of currently available information.
We will immediately publish corrections to our performance forecast when any future projections are found to differ from previously announced forecast figures, or when the division in charge determines that information is material pursuant to the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Regulations enacted by the TSE, even if such information is not material information as defined by the Financial Instruments Exchanges' Timely Disclosure Regulations.
Characterization of This Website
This website is open to, and for the convenience of, all those who wish to search for information regarding us on the Internet. We post the information on our website promptly after publication according to our policy to disclose information as fairly as possible. However, given possible delay in such posting due to internet technological failure and the like, we must characterize the disclosure of information using this and similar technology as a complimentary to traditional information disclosure. In addition, this website does not always contain all of the information disclosed by us. Furthermore, the manner of expression used for particular information may be different from that disclosed by another method.
You are requested to be fully aware of these qualifications when using this website.