IR Policy

Basic Policy

Findex Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "the Company") aims to provide prompt information to shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders based on transparency and fairness in order to deepen their understanding of the Company and to build a relationship of trust.

Standards of information disclosure

In accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and other relevant laws and regulations, as well as the timely disclosure rules stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Company discloses information on decisions and occurrences that affect investment decisions, and information on financial results, in an accurate, fair, timely, and appropriate manner.
The Company also discloses information deemed necessary or useful to stakeholders to the greatest extent possible, even if such information is not required by laws, regulations, or the Timely Disclosure Rules.

Disclosure procedures

The Company discloses information subject to the Timely Disclosure Rules through the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Information disclosed on TDnet and EDINET is posted on the Company's website as promptly as possible to ensure the timeliness and fairness of disclosure.
Information that is not required by laws, regulations, or timely disclosure rules, but is deemed necessary or useful for stakeholders, will be disclosed by posting it on the Company's website or providing information to the media.

Financial performance and forecasts

Information disclosed by the Company may include forward-looking statements such as earnings forecasts. These are forward-looking statements based on our judgment in accordance with the information currently available to us and may differ materially due to external factors such as market trends and changes in economic conditions.
The statements on our website are intended to help you understand our management policies and financial situation and are not necessarily a recommendation to invest in the Company. Investment decisions should be made at your own discretion.

Prevention of insider trading

In addition to establishing internal rules to prevent insider trading, the Company holds annual internal training sessions on insider trading regulations for directors and employees to ensure that they are fully aware of and understand the purpose of such regulations. The Company also aims to prevent insider trading by properly managing information and disclosing it in accordance with laws and regulations and the Timely Disclosure Regulations.

Quiet period

In order to ensure the fairness of information disclosure and to prevent the leakage of information that could affect the stock price during the preparation period of financial results announcement materials, the Company observes a quiet period from the day following the end of each quarter until the day before the announcement of the relevant quarterly financial results, during which the Company refrain from commenting on or responding to inquiries concerning financial results and business forecasts. However, if an event occurs during this period that falls under the scope of timely disclosure, it will be disclosed as appropriate.

Response to the spread of rumors

In principle, the Company does not comment on inquiries concerning the spread of rumors. However, if it is judged that the spread of rumors, if left unchecked, could have a serious impact on the Company, it will promptly identify the cause of the problem and take appropriate action as necessary.


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