Investors

Disclosure Policy

Disclosure Standards

Gurunavi, Inc. (hereinafter "the Company") discloses information in accordance with the Company Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and all other applicable laws and regulations, as well as rules on the timely disclosure of corporate information stipulated in the "Securities Listing Regulations" of the listed exchange.

Disclosure Methods

The Company classifies its information disclosure into three types: statutory disclosure, timely disclosure and voluntary disclosure.
Statutory disclosure and timely disclosure is in principle disclosed via the EDINET ("Electronic Disclosure for Investors' NETwork") system operated by the Financial Services Agency and via the TDnet (“Timely Disclosure network”) system operated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange respectively, in accordance with all laws and regulations governing timely disclosure.
Voluntary disclosure relates to information other than statutory disclosure and timely disclosure that the Company discloses on a voluntary basis.
Statutory disclosure information is quickly uploaded to its website after disclosure via EDINET.
Timely disclosure and voluntary disclosure information is circulated to media without delay in addition to being quickly uploaded to its website after disclosure via TDnet.

Individual Meetings with Analysts and Investors

Information disclosed at individual meetings with analysts and investors is limited to facts already disclosed and known through financial statements and other publicly available documents as well as other general matters such as the Company’s business model and prevailing business conditions. The Company has a strict policy of refraining from comment on undisclosed facts.

Quiet Period

The Company employs a quiet period from the closing date of each quarterly period to the date of announcement of quarterly earnings. During the period, the Company will refrain from responding to or making comments on questions regarding its account settlements.

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