IR and Disclosure Policy
Investor Relations Policy
- NEXTAGE believes that constructive dialogue with shareholders and investors contributes to the increase in corporate value over the medium to long term and sustainable growth of NEXTAGE.
- NEXTAGE strives for constructive dialogue to individual investors and analysts and institutional investors for deepening the understanding of NEXTAGE, by setting of Public Relations & Investor Relations Office in Administration Department and cooperating with the president and other directors and internal departments.
- NEXTAGE holds briefing meetings twice a year and tells the current situation, medium- to long-term policy to analysts and institutional investors by the president himself. Participation in conferences sponsored by securities companies and actively responding to individual interviews of individual investors and analysts.
- For individual investors, NEXTAGE holds separate briefings and endeavor to improve their understanding.
- In addition, in order to improve the balance of the composition of shareholders, NEXTAGE is taking an active dialogue with overseas investors.
Basic Disclosure Policy
NEXTAGE promptly disclose information based on transparency and fairness so that shareholders and investors can deepen their understanding and evaluate them.
In addition to striving to disclose information in compliance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and the disclosure rules stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, even if information that does not fall under the disclosure rules, NEXTAGE strives to proactively disclose information that affects investment decisions of shareholders and investors.
NEXTAGE will disclose Information pursuant to the disclosure rules through “TD-net” managed by Tokyo Stock Exchange. Also,Securities reports through ”EDINET” managed by the Financial Services Agency. As a company principle, public information is promptly posted on the Investor Relations section of NEXTAGE website.
In addition, even if information that does not fall under the disclosure rules, NEXTAGE strives to proactively disclose information that affects investment decisions of shareholders and investors.
In the disclosure material of NEXTAGE, the future statement such as the outlook on business results is based on the information available at the time of preparation and judged by the management of NEXTAGE to be reasonable. It is not the purpose of NEXTAGE's promise to achieve that.
Please be aware that actual results may differ greatly from these forecasts due to various factors.
In order to prevent the leakage of settlement information and to ensure fairness to shareholders and investors, the period from the day following the last day of the fiscal year-end to the announcement date of each settlement of accounts (including quarterly settlement of accounts) is set as "Quiet period".
During this period, NEXTAGE refrain from commenting on financial closing and results. However, in the event that there is a likelihood that the performance forecast will fluctuate greatly even during the silent period, NEXTAGE will disclose it according to the timely disclosure rules etc. as appropriate.