Disclosure Policy

  1. Basic Policy
    Casio Computer Co., Ltd. provides timely, appropriate, and easy-to-understand information on its management strategy, business activities, financial position, and so on to shareholders, investors and other stakeholders.
    In doing so, the Company seeks to enhance management transparency as well as to earn trust and appropriate evaluations from shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders.
  2. Information Disclosure Standards
    The Company practices timely and appropriate information disclosure in accordance with laws and regulations and the provisions stipulated in the timely disclosure rules established by the security exchanges on which it lists its shares.
    Moreover, even in cases when laws and regulations and the disclosure standards stipulated in the timely disclosure rules established by the security exchanges on which it lists its shares do not apply, the Company actively discloses information considered to impact investment decisions and information considered necessary to deepen understanding of the Company.
  3. Information Disclosure Methods
    The Company discloses information that must be disclosed in accordance with Japan’s Companies Act, Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the rules of the security exchanges on which it lists its shares, and other applicable laws and regulations, through the Electronic Disclosure for Investors’ NETwork (EDINET) of Japan’s Financial Services Agency or the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Company also posts information on its corporate website as necessary.
  4. Quiet Period
    The Company sets the period from the day after the account closing date until the date of announcement of the financial results as a quiet period in order to prevent leaks of information related to financial results and to maintain fairness. During this period, the Company does not respond to or comment on inquiries related to financial results. However, the Company discloses information appropriately during this quiet period if there is a prospect of a significant deviation from business results forecasts.
  5. Future Forecasts
    The Company’s business results forecasts and forward-looking statements are forecasts based on information obtained as of the date of publication and include potential risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ from these forecasts for various reasons.