Investor Relations Disclosure Policy Basic Policy IBJ, Inc. shall strive to provide accurate information promptly to its stakeholders, including shareholders and investors. To this end, the Company’s basic policy in its management is not only to improve its organizational structure but also to work as one to raise awareness of compliance and strengthen risk management. Methods of Disclosure Information that falls under the Timely Disclosure Rules is disclosed on the Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In principle, information disclosed to the public is promptly posted on IBJ’s IR website. Even concerning information not subject to the Timely Disclosure Rules, IBJ shall endeavor to ensure that such information is accurately and fairly communicated to investors based on timely disclosure. Quiet Period To prevent the leakage of sensitive corporate information and ensure fairness, IBJ, in principle, observes a quiet period from the day after the end of the fiscal year (including quarterly results) to the day of the announcement of financial results. During this period, the Company shall refrain from answering questions about the financial results and commenting on relevant information. However, this does not apply to important facts deemed to significantly impact investors’ investment decisions, even during the relevant period. Furthermore, even during the quiet period, we shall respond to questions that fall within the scope of the information that has already been made public.