IR Policy


This IR Policy sets forth the fundamental principles of Finatext Holdings Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) in compliance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the timely disclosure rules of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and other applicable laws and regulations, which is to disclose information to shareholders and investors in a timely manner. In addition, regarding information that does not fall under the timely disclosure rules, we will proactively disclose the information that we believe useful for understanding our company. Meanwhile, we will not disclose personal information, customer information and information that infringes the rights of related parties.

Way of Information Disclosure

Information Disclosure made under the Timely Disclosure Regulations, is disclosed through the Timely Disclosure Electronic Information System (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange; securities reports and quarterly reports disclosed in compliance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, are disclosed through the electronic disclosure system (EDINET) provided by the Financial Services Agency; and the disclosed information will also be disclosed promptly on our IR site in principle.
In addition, even information which does not fall under the timely disclosure rules but we consider useful to stakeholders, in principle, will be disclosed promptly and fairly, in accordance with the fair disclosure rules stipulated in the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.

Earnings Forecasts and Forward-looking Statements

Statements regarding performance, earnings forecasts, strategies, goals, as well as other statements that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements, based on information currently available to the Company's management and plans, expectation and judgment based on these information. Consequently, the actual results may be materially and substantially different from current forecasts made public due to changes in various material factors including but not limited to general economic conditions.

Quiet Period

From the viewpoint of preventing the leakage of earnings results and ensuring the fairness of information disclosure, we have set a quiet period beginning on the quarter-end date and ending at the time of the earnings release for that quarter until the announcement of financial results. During this period, we will refrain from answering or commenting on questions regarding financial results and business outlook. Exceptions may occur at the Company's discretion based on need to discuss breaking news which may have a significant impact on investors' investment decisions or otherwise required by law.

Prevention of Insider Trading and Fair Information Disclosure

In order to prevent insider trading, we have established relevant bylaws and made sure all officers and employees know and comply with them. In addition, we strive to prevent insider trading by appropriately managing material facts that affect investment decisions and promptly disclosing information in accordance with laws and regulations and timely disclosure rules.


We strive to improve and enhance governance in order to properly disclose information in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, timely disclosure rules, and this IR policy.