- Message from President
- Medium-Term Business Plan
- Corporate Governance
- Disclosure Policy
- Business and Other Risks
(1) Disclosure Standards
Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. (JAT) discloses information in accordance with the Companies Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and other laws and regulations, as well as the rules for timely disclosure of corporate information included in the Securities Listing Regulations of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) (hereinafter collectively referred to as "the timely disclosure rules"). JAT will promptly disclose information that has a significant effect on securities investment decisions, including decisions made, facts that have occurred, and earnings information, in accordance with the timely disclosure rules and other standards. We are also committed to proactive disclosure of information that does not fall within the scope of the timely disclosure rules but is determined to be important or helpful for investors to better understand the situation of JAT.
JAT will not disclose personal information, customer information and information that may interfere with the rights of parties concerned.
(2) Method of Disclosure
JAT registers any information that falls within the scope of the timely disclosure rules with TDnet, an information transmission system for timely disclosure operated by the TSE, and discloses it via TDnet before promptly posting it on JAT's website. Even information outside the scope of the timely disclosure rules is widely disclosed through our website or other media.
(3) Preventing Insider Trading
JAT has established a bylaw to suitably manage important information and prevent insider trading from happening. JAT has been striving to educate all employees in the Group on these issues and foster their understanding.
(4) Handling of Performance Forecasts and Predictions about the Future
Any performance forecasts, strategies, policies and targets that are disclosed by JAT but are not historical facts constitute forward-looking statements. These statements are based on plans, expectations and judgments made from information available at the time those statements are made and on specific preconditions that are determined to be reasonable. Therefore, actual performance may widely differ from these forward-looking statements due to a variety of risks and uncertainties.
(5) Quiet Period
To ensure fairness to investors, JAT observes a quiet period that starts the day after the closing of the quarter and ends on the day of announcement of financial results for the quarter. During this period, we refrain from answering questions and making comments related to our financial results and forecasts. However, in the event it becomes likely during the quiet period that our financial results will deviate widely from the performance forecasts, JAT will disclose appropriate information in accordance with the timely disclosure rules.
(6) Establishment of Internal System
JAT establishes and maintains a system to appropriately implement its disclosure policy and ensure timely and adequate disclosure in accordance with the timely disclosure rules. Our disclosure department cooperates with other internal departments executing operations to collect and analyze information appropriately and clearly defines procedures and processes that cover every step from generation to disclosure of information, in order to allow the Company to make right decisions before disclosure.