Information Disclosure Policy

In order to improve corporate management transparency, Nippon Air Conditioning Services Co., Ltd. aims for timely and accurate disclosure of information, remaining aware of internal and external accountability for important matters and the financial results of business activities. For our clients, business partners, shareholders, investors, employees, regional stakeholders, and society as a whole, in accordance with various regulations such as the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, as well as the Tokyo Stock Exchange's timely disclosure rules, we hold accurate, impartial, and timely disclosures as our standard.

Information Disclosure Process

In line with the Tokyo Stock Exchange's timely disclosure rules, while releasing relevant information through the exchange's disclosure conveyance system (TDnet), we also promptly post the same data on our website. We also fairly release the information that does not fall under the timely disclosure rules that we have determined to be useful or important via our website as much as possible.

Prevention of Insider Trading

While establishing regulations to prevent insider trading, we also do our best to provide information and educate company officials as well as employees by holding relevant workshops and distributing pertinent materials.

Silent Period

To prevent the leak of earnings information and ensure fairness, from the end of the fiscal period (including quarterly results) until earnings announcements we observe a "silent period." During this time we refrain from commenting on or answering questions concerning results and earnings estimates. However, even during this period, if earnings forecasts are expected to change significantly, we disclose the relevant information according to timely disclosure rules.


Our predictions and forecasts concerning plans and performance are based on judgements made according to the information available at the time of release. They are not intended to guarantee the implementation and results of the plan. Through a variety of future factors, actual outcomes and performance may differ from plans, predictions, and forecasts.