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Basic Policy on Information Disclosure

MIRAIT Holdings Corporation promptly and appropriately discloses important information on the Group to promote understanding of the Company among stakeholders including shareholders and investors, and enable you to appropriately evaluate the Group.

Standard for Disclosing Information

The Company provides timely disclosure of information based on transparency, fairness and continuity in accordance with relevant laws and ordinances such as the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and the timely disclosure rules stipulated by securities exchanges where the Company is listed. Furthermore, information not covered by relevant laws, ordinances and timely disclosure rules that is deemed to be important information with an impact on investment decisions or information deemed to be useful for providing a deeper understanding of the Company is also disclosed in a timely and fair manner.

Method of Disclosure

Material company information is disclosed using appropriate methods such as the Tokyo Stock Exchange's Timely Disclosure network (TDnet), the Financial Service Agency's Electronic Disclosure for Investors' NETwork (EDINET), press releases and the Company's website.

Enhancement of Communication

In addition to communicating information through timely disclosure and the website, the Company is working to improve communication with shareholders and investors through various briefings and responses to everyday inquiries from shareholders and investors. Furthermore, we share opinions, etc. received from shareholders and investors within the company, and refer to these in corporate management aimed at the improvement of corporate value.

Establishment of a silent period

To prevent leaks of financial information and ensure fairness, we have established a silent period of two weeks before the announcement of financial results (including quarterly results), and refrain from making comments or responding to questions on financial results during this period. However, if it is revealed that differences occurring during the silent period are fluctuations to which the timely disclosure rules apply, the information will be disclosed as appropriate by means of press release, etc.