IR Policy

DKK Co., Ltd. (hereinafter “the Company”) is committed to building a relationship of trust with its shareholders and investors by conducting investor relations activities in accordance with the following IR Policy.

1. Basic Policy

The Company will proactively disclose all information regarding investment decisions in an easy-to-understand, timely, accurate, and fair manner, and also in compliance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and “Timely Disclosure Rules” stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

2. Method of Disclosure of Information

Information subject to Timely Disclosure Rules is disclosed through the Timely Disclosure System (TD-NET) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Information disclosed on TD-NET will be posted on the Company’s website as soon as possible.

Information not covered by Timely Disclosure Rules will also be disclosed via the appropriate methods such as posting on the Company’s website.

3. Information Disclosure System

In the event that important corporate information emerges, the Company will have it reported to the responsible department in accordance with internal rules, and the responsible department will manage the information and report it to the Information Handling Managers. If disclosure is necessary, it will be made public promptly through the Information Handling Managers after decision and approval by the Board of Directors, etc. are made. (See attached schematic diagram.)

4. Establishment of IR Quiet Periods

In order to protect the fairness of important information such as financial results, the Company has established a period of time (approximately 3 weeks) until the announcement of financial results as an IR quiet period. During this period, the Company will refrain from commenting on or responding to inquiries relating to financial results. However, the Company will promptly disclose information during the quiet period if major changes in business forecasts, etc. are expected or if important facts emerge. The Company will also respond as appropriate to any questions, etc. regarding information that has already been made public.

5. Forward-Looking Statements

Forward-looking statements in the Company’s IR materials are based on information available at the time of publication. However, various risks and uncertainties could cause actual results to differ from those discussed in the statements. The Company will make every effort to enhance the accuracy of its forward-looking statements and disclose any changes in the statements as they arise.

6. Third-Party Information

The Company assumes no responsibility for any forecasts, comments, rumors, etc. made by any third parties with regard to the Company. If the Company deems it inappropriate to leave these matters unattended, it may take appropriate measures on its own website or via the Timely Disclosure System (TD-NET).