Disclosure Policy

Fundamental Policy
Takeuchi Mfg. manages operations with fairness and transparency and discloses corporate information as needed in a timely, proper and fair manner. The goal is to be a company that is trusted by customers, business partners, employees, the public, shareholders and other investors, and all other stakeholders.

Disclosure Standard
Takeuchi Mfg. discloses information in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the timely disclosure rules of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Even information not subject to this act or the timely disclosure rules, is made public if we believe the information will contribute to a better understanding of our business operations and other activities.

Disclosure Method
1. Legally required disclosure
Information for which the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act requires disclosure is made public by using the Electronic Disclosure for Investors Network (EDINET) of the Financial Services Agency and is promptly posted on the Takeuchi Mfg. website.

2. Timely disclosure
Information that is subject to the timely disclosure rules of the Tokyo Stock Exchange is made public by using the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) of this exchange and is promptly posted on the Takeuchi Mfg. website.

3. Fair disclosure rule
Takeuchi Mfg. is committed to the proper management of important information concerning the management, business operations or finances of Takeuchi Mfg. that has not been publicly announced and that can significantly influence the investment decisions of investors. If only certain business associates gain access to this information prior to its disclosure, the information will be disclosed in accordance with the fair disclosure rules (Article 27-36 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and Cabinet Order concerning the Disclosure of Important Information).

In addition, Takeuchi Mfg. uses earnings announcement information meetings, news releases, the corporate website and other activities for the timely, proper and fair disclosure of information that is not covered by these three categories.

Silent Period
To prevent leaks of information in earnings announcements, there is a silent period from the day following the end of the fiscal year (including quarterly settlement of accounts) to the day of earnings announcement. During this period, we will not make any comments or answer questions concerning results of operations. However, an announcement will be made in compliance with the timely disclosure rule if a significant change in a forecast that has already been made public is required during the silent period.

Forward-looking Statements
Information disclosed by Takeuchi Mfg. may include earnings forecasts, plans, outlooks and other forward-looking statements. These statements are based on information available at that time and on assumptions that are believed to be reasonable. This information is disclosed while exercising caution regarding the possibility that actual results of operations and other aspects of our performance will differ significantly from these forward-looking statements for a variety of reasons.