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Latest News from Investor Relations
- May 08. 2013
- Presentation of FY2012 Operating Results [PDF:570KB]
- May 07. 2013
- FY2012Financial Report [PDF:1,200KB]
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In addition to disclosing to shareholders and investors all information required under the Securities Trading Laws and other relevant regulations as well as the regulations on timely disclosure stipulated by the securities exchanges. The Company is committed to the timely publication of any information it judges to be valuable in furthering understanding of the Company and its operations.
Method of disclosure
The Company discloses promptly and fully all information required under the Securities Trading Laws and other relevant regulations as well as the regulations on timely disclosure stipulated by securities exchanges using TDnet and EDnet, the timely disclosure systems provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange. The information disclosed using these timely disclosure systems is posted on the Funai website as soon as it is published on these systems. The Company also provides full and accurate disclosure of a wide range of information not required by the timely disclosure regulations.
In some cases, the Company may be unable to disclose information or respond to questions regarding specific matters, due to secrecy agreements with business partners or the like.
Periods of silence
To ensure the fairness of financial statements by preventing their early disclosure, in principle the Company enforces a “period of silence” while the financial statements are being prepared, between the date of settlement of accounts (including quarter term and interim accounts) and the day after their date of publication. During this period the Company does not respond to comments or questions regarding the settlement of accounts. An exception is made for forecasts of business results, which the Company discloses in a prompt and timely manner.