Macromill Group

Disclosure Policy

Basic Policy for Disclosure

Macromill discloses important information, such as decisions, external events and Financial Information that may influence investor decisions, in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, other laws and regulations, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange Rules on Timely Disclosure of Corporate Information by Issuers of Listed Securities (Timely Disclosure Rules hereafter).
The basic disclosure policy also includes increasing the fairness, speed and availability of the disclosure of information that is not covered by the Timely Disclosure Rules or other laws and regulations for the purpose of meeting the demands of investors and securities analysts.

Disclosure Method

Important information as prescribed by the Timely Disclosure Rules is, in accordance with these rules, registered on the TDnet System of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Following registration, the same information is immediately distributed to the media and posted on the Macromill IR website.
For the disclosure of information not covered by the Timely Disclosure Rules or other laws and regulations, the information is posted on the Macromill IR website and distributed to the media in order to make the information available in a manner that is as fair as possible.

Forward-looking statements

This website and other items the company publishes, may contain forward-looking statements such as business forecasts that made based upon the information currently available which involves risks and uncertainties, along with strategies and client infromation. There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate or achieved, as actual results may differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.

Quiet Period

To prevent leaks of Financial Information and ensure the fairness of the disclosure of information, Macromill specifies thirty days until the release of financial results as a silent period. Macromill will answer no questions and make no remarks regarding results of operations during the silent period, except the case where there emerge future-related information and material fact that would influence investment decisions considerably.