Don Quijote bases IR activities on the principles of fairness, diligence and timeliness. We strive to execute disclosure impartially and resourcefully, with information that is well-timed and accurate so as to be useful to our investors.
Other than financial results (quarterly, interim and full-year) and monthly reports, we disclose material facts which are deemed to be relevant to disclosure.
Methods of Disclosure
We enter pertinent information into the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) operated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, issue press releases through press clubs and other channels, forward business reports to shareholders, and post this information on our website. We also hold information meetings as well as smaller meetings for institutional investors and securities analysts and hold overseas roadshows.
Undisclosed Material Facts
The information we disclose through printed documents, our website, interviews, meetings and other means of information access is limited to facts previously announced, matters of public knowledge and general business conditions or similar information. We will not discuss or comment on material facts that are not already available in the public domain.
The information we disclose may include forward-looking statements, and changes in the economic environment or in prevailing market conditions could cause actual business content and results to be significantly different than forecasts would indicate. When considering certain aspects of Don Quijote, such as performance or competitiveness and corporate value, please do not rely solely on forward-looking statements.
We maintain a quiet period for three weeks prior to the release of quarterly, interim and full-year financial results. During this period, we refrain from making comments on the content of financial results.