Corporate Governance

Latest Update : Jan,10, 2018

Internal Organizational Framework for Timely Disclosure

Internal organizational framework for timely disclosure of corporate information is as follows.

Internal Organizational Framework

1. Operations

We strive to maintain an organizational framework that ensures the most proactive and impartial disclosure of information possible in order to respond to our investors' needs.
Our basic stance concerning information disclosure is outlined in the Disclosure Policy which is available on our website.

2. Information Disclosure Officers

The following employees serve as information disclosure officers and are responsible for disclosing corporate information.

Corporate officer in charge of the Personnel & General Affairs Headquarters, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others
Corporate officer in charge of the Accounting & Corporate Finance Headquarters, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others
Corporate officer in charge of the Business Administration Headquarters, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others
Corporate officer in charge of the Corporate Planning Headquarters, Executive Officers appointed by that officer, and others

3. Verification of Information Subject to Timely Disclosure

The Personnel & General Affairs Headquarters, the Accounting & Corporate Finance Headquarters, the Business Administration Headquarters, the Corporate Planning Headquarters, 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 Headquarters, the Accounting & Corporate Finance Headquarters, the Business Administration Headquarters, and The Corporate Planning Headquarters are responsible for preparing documents pertaining to timely disclosure.

Information Disclosure Policy

1. Corporate Information to be Disclosed

  • (1) Information for which disclosure is required pursuant to the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and the Timely Disclosure Regulations set forth by the Financial Instruments Exchanges
    The Timely Disclosure Regulations require timely disclosure when corporations obtain any information concerning decisions, facts, or financial results that could affect investors' investment decisions, when referral is made by a Financial Instruments Exchange, or when a material change or cancellation is made with regard to important corporate information that has already been disclosed.
    It is also our policy to disclose information that is not subject to the Timely Disclosure Regulations, such as financial results presentation materials, as proactively and impartially as possible in order to respond to our investors' needs.
  • (2) Information other than that subject to the Timely Disclosure Regulations described in (1) that is deemed likely to have a significant effect on investors' investment decisions

2. Impartial Disclosure of Information

We disclose information to all capital market participants, whether they be analysts, institutional investors, individual investors, or media organizations, through our information disclosure officers.

3. How Information is Disclosed

  • (1) We will register and disclose corporate information via the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Regulations stipulated by the Financial Instruments Exchanges.
  • (2) We will disclose corporate information to media organizations (via press releases).
    Information will be released at press conferences held at the Tokyo Stock Exchange's Kabuto Club and/or by distributing printed materials at the Kabuto Club.
    Note: Information may be disclosed only via the distribution of printed materials depending on the importance of the information.
  • (3) After disclosing information via (1) and (2) above, we will post it on our website and/or share it at a presentation.

We consider information disclosure via our website as an auxiliary measure since the posting of information may be delayed due to problems with telecommunications technology. Information posted on our website may not cover all information that has been made public or may be expressed differently from information that has been disclosed otherwise.

4. Inquiries after Disclosure

Our information disclosure officers will respond to all relevant inquiries.
Whenever corporate officers other than information disclosure officers receive an inquiry from an investor, etc., we ensure that they refer the inquiry to an information disclosure officer rather than respond to the inquiry themselves. Once notified, the information disclosure officer will immediately respond to said inquiry.

5. Disclosure Regarding Future Projections

We disclose all six-month and full-year consolidated performance forecasts we submit to the Financial Instruments Exchanges. 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 Business Administration Department determines that information is material pursuant to "1. Corporate Information to be Disclosed," stated above, even if such information is not material information as defined by the Financial Instruments Exchanges' Timely Disclosure Regulations.

*1 Corporate information to be disclosed

  1. Information for which disclosure is required pursuant to the Financial Instruments and Exchange
    Regulations and the Timely Disclosure Rules set forth by the Financial Instruments Exchanges
  2. 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

  1. Via the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) of the Financial Instruments Exchanges
  2. Via press conferences held at the Tokyo Stock Exchange's Kabuto Club and/or by distributing printed materials at the Kabuto Club
  3. Via the MinebeaMitsumi website

*3 Inquiries after disclosure

  1. Information disclosure officers will respond to inquiries.

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