IR Policy

Basic Policy on IR Activities

The Group conducts timely disclosure of information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and other relevant laws and regulations, as well as the Tokyo Stock Exchange Regulations. Our basic IR policy is to disclose information that may contribute to the valuation of our business and investment decisions carried out by stakeholders, including our shareholders and investors, in an accurate, fair, and timely manner.
In addition, the Group strives to actively disclose information that deemed beneficial to understanding the Company as much as possible to meet the demands of shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders.

Disclosure System

As for information required to be disclosed under the timely disclosure rules stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, information will be disclosed on the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) operated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and also published in securities reports, quarterly reports, and on EDINET—an electronic disclosure system operated by the Financial Services Agency. In principle, all information disclosed will be promptly published on the Company's website.
In the spirit of timely disclosure, it is our policy to also disclose information that is not covered by these rules, and ensure that it is disclosed in an appropriate, prompt, accurate, and fair manner.

Management of Insider Information

The Group has formulated the internal rules for prevention of insider trading and carries out awareness- and understanding-building activities for all Group executives and employees. In addition, the Group strives to prevent insider trading by appropriately managing information on material facts that affect investment decisions and promptly disclosing information in accordance with timely disclosure rules.

Disclaimer on Forward-Looking Statements

Any performance forecasts, strategies, policies and targets that are disclosed by the Group but are not historical facts constitute forward-looking statements. These statements are based on plans, expectations and judgments made from information available at the time those statements are made and on specific preconditions that are determined to be reasonable. Therefore, actual performance may widely differ from these forward-looking statements due to a variety of risks and uncertainties.

Quiet Period

giftee Inc. has set a "quiet period" from the day after the end of the quarterly settlement to the announcement date of financial results announcement in order to ensure fairness and prevent the leakage of financial results information. We refrain from giving comments externally and answering inquiries about financial results and forecasts during this period, however, that this shall not apply to inquiries about facts that have already been announced, or the occurrence of a material fact that requires timely disclosure or statutory disclosure.

Internal System

Under the IR Policy, the Group strives to improve and enhance our internal system in order to appropriately disclose information in accordance with laws and regulations and timely disclosure rules.