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IR Policy

To earn trust widely from society, Terumo is committed to disclosing information to stockholders, investors, customers and others on the basis of transparency, fairness and continuity. . Terumo will make efforts for disclosing information in compliance with Financial Instruments and Exchange Laws and Timely Disclosure Rules set forth by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, as well as make timely and proactive efforts for disclosing such information that Terumo considers useful for understanding the company.

Information Disclosure Method

By means such as the Timely Disclosure Network System (TD net) of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, press release, and posting to Terumo website, Terumo will make efforts for disclosing information to reach a wide range of people in a timely and appropriate manner.

Internal System for Information Disclosure

To ensure prompt, accurate and fair disclosure in an appropriate manner, Terumo makes efforts for maintaining and improving its internal organizational structure and system. Especially for any disclosure of corporate information that has the possibility of having a critical impact on the management of the company, the Disclosure Committee as a special committee established by the Internal Control Committee deliberates such issues, and makes efforts to disclose information consistently, collectively and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

Forward-Looking Statements

Among the information that Terumo discloses, forecasts of financial performance on future projections contain potential risks and uncertainty since these are forecasts on projections made by Terumo based on limited information available at the moment of disclosure. Accordingly, it should be noted that actual results may differ from those forecasts on projections due to various factors. Factors affecting to actual results include, but are not limited to, changes in economic conditions surrounding Terumo, fluctuations of foreign exchange rates, and state of competition.

Silent Period

Terumo sets up a silent period to prevent a leakage of any settlement information and ensure fairness. In principle, a silent period is set from four weeks prior to the date of the announcement of financial statements to the date of the announcement for both the final announcement of financial statements of a fiscal year and the quarterly announcements. During this period, Terumo refrains from commenting on settlements or answering questions in relation to settlements.

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