Robot Home, Inc. (the “Company”) establishes the following Disclosure Policy to ensure the creation of long-term relationships of trust with all stakeholders including shareholders and investors in Japan and other countries, transparency of management, promotion of understanding of the Company and the Company’s reliability as a social presence.
Policies and Standards on Disclosure
The Company performs disclosure in accordance with laws and regulations such as the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Rules on Timely Disclosure of Corporate Information by Issuers of Listed Securities (hereinafter referred to as “Timely Disclosure Rules”) specified by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Furthermore, the Company will comply with the “Fair Disclosure Rules” specified in the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and endeavor to realize prompt and fair disclosure.
In principle, the Company does not disclose personal information, customer information or information that violates the rights of relevant parties, and does not comment on performance forecasts by third parties or unclear information on the Company.
However, in cases where the it deems that an explanation to investors and shareholders is required, and in cases such as an inquiry from the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Company engages in constrictive dialogue with shareholders and investors in accordance with this Disclosure Policy.
Method of Disclosure
The Company publishes the disclosure of information falling under the Timely Disclosure Rules on the Timely Disclosure network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and promptly discloses such information on the Company’s website. Furthermore, information that does not fall under the Timely Disclosure Rules is also promptly published on the Company’s website according to criteria set by the Company based on consideration of the intent of timely disclosure.
In principle, the Company specifies the period from the day following the last day of each quarter or fiscal year under the date of the announcement of financial results as a “silent period” to prevent leaks of material corporate information and ensure fairness, and refrains from IR activities pertaining to performance and responding to questions or commenting on financial results and performance forecasts. However, in cases where events falling under timely disclosure arise during this period, the Company will perform disclosure in accordance with the Timely Disclosure Rules.
Matters Related to Forecasts
Any information such as the plans, future outlooks and strategies disclosed by the Company contain forward-looking statements. These are based on expectations, forecasts and assumptions accompanied by risks at the present time, and effectively include uncertainty that may lead to results that differ from these statements. These risks and uncertainties include the state of the industry and market in general, and general domestic and international economic conditions such as interest rates and currency fluctuations.