MOS BURGER MOS BURGER

Investor Relations Policy

1. Basic Policy

We will fulfill our responsibility and remain fully accountable to our shareholders and investors through the faithful, fair, and timely disclosure of information. We recognize that our most important task is to build a relationship of trust through communication. Accordingly, we will strive to improve our corporate value, ensure that active disclosure of information and enhance our communication efforts

2. Information for Disclosure

We disclose information in accordance with the Securities Transaction Law and the timely disclosure rule stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. We also actively disclose information that we determine is useful for understanding our business (including the monthly release of year-on-year MOS Burger total sales data) in a timely manner.

3. Information Disclosure Methods

Information is disclosed in accordance with the timely disclosure rule stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange through the timely disclosure information system (TDnet) of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Information provided through TDnet is released immediately on our website. We also disclose information in an easy-to-understand manner by holding presentations for financial analysts and by providing briefings and brochures to our shareholders and investors. We also make efforts to disclose information not applicable to the timely disclosure rule stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange faithfully, fairly and in a timely manner on our website in the IR Information section and by other methods. (Please note that disclosure may be delayed due to technical problems.)

4. Future Projections and Business Forecasts

The information contained in this website other than past or present facts consists of projections, plans, or strategies based on assumptions and judgments as of the date of release. Such projections, plans, or strategies include unknown risks and uncertainties related to economic trends, market demands, currency exchange rates, and changes in the tax code and other systems. Accordingly, actual results may differ significantly from the Company's projected or indicated business performance, management results, or financial outcomes due to these factors.

5. Silent Period (Voluntary Ban on IR Activities)

In the interest of fairness and to prevent leaks of information relating to financial statements, we set the period two weeks prior to the closing day (including the closing day for the quarterly settlement of accounts) to the day of financial statements announcement as a silent period. During this time, we decline to respond to inquiries about our business performance or to comment on forecasts regarding financial statements. However, in the event that final business outcomes are forecast to differ substantially from the previously released forecast during this silent period (by over 10% in sales or by over 30% in ordinary income or net income), we will disclose the information in accordance with the timely disclosure rule stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.