Disclosure Policy

1. Basis of information disclosure

Simplex Holdings, Inc. (“the Company”) will carry out prompt disclosure of information under the principles of transparency, openness, and continuity, in accordance with relevant laws and regulations such as the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and rules defined by the Tokyo Stock Exchange pertaining to, for example, timely disclosure (“Timely Disclosure Rules”). Information determined to be important or beneficial for shareholders or investors to understand the Company will be pro-actively and fairly disclosed, even if this information is not required to be disclosed by relevant laws and regulations or the Timely Disclosure Rules.

2. How information will be disclosed

For information disclosure following the Timely Disclosure Rules, the information will be disclosed on TDnet (Timely Disclosure network) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and then promptly posted on the Company’s website.
We will endeavor as much as possible to fairly and widely convey information which does not fall under the Timely Disclosure Rules by, for example, similarly posting such information on the Company’s website.

3. Forward-looking statements

Information disclosed by the Company pertaining to the future, such as forecasts, predictions, targets, and plans for the Simplex Group is based on determinations or assumptions made by the Company at the time of disclosure, and do not constitute a promise or guarantee to our future financial results and measures. Actual results may take on greatly different outcomes due to many different factors.

4. Quiet Period

In order to prevent leaks of information that may impact the share price such as financial results and to ensure fairness, the Company designates a “Quiet Period” from the day after the end of each quarter until the day when the quarterly financial results are published. During each Quiet Period, the Company will refrain from commenting or answering questions pertaining to financial results or performance forecasts provided. However, that this does not apply to questions pertaining to information that is already published. Information disclosures will be made in line with the Timely Disclosure Rules during the Quiet Period if a significant deviation from future performance forecasts is predicted.

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