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1. Basic Policy

To earn trust widely, Terumo is committed to disclosing information to shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders on the basis of transparency, fairness, and continuity. Terumo will strive to disclose information in compliance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Timely Disclosure Rules adopted by the Tokyo Stock Exchange and to make timely and proactive efforts to disclose such information as Terumo considers useful for understanding the Company. Terumo will strive to engage in constructive dialogue with shareholders and other investors. Through information disclosure and dialogue with its shareholders and other investors, Terumo will further enhance its transparency as a company and strive to earn and maintain the trust of its stakeholders.

2. Information Disclosure Method

Terumo will use the Timely Disclosure Network System (TD net) of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, press releases, and postings on its website to disclose information in a manner designed to reach a wide range of stakeholders in a timely and appropriate manner.

3. Forward-Looking Statements

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

4. Policy for Dialogue with Shareholders and Other Investors

1. Appointment of a member of management or a director to be responsible for supervising the overall dialogue with shareholders

By way of a resolution of the Board of Directors, Terumo shall appoint an officer who will be responsible for supervising and facilitating the overall dialogue with shareholders in order to maintain the consistency and uniformity of the information disclosed.

2. Measures to ensure positive cooperation between internal departments with the aim of supporting the dialogue

Terumo shall strive to develop and enhance its in-house systems for the prompt, accurate, and fair disclosure of information. In particular, the Disclosure Subcommittee, acting under the supervision of the Internal Control Committee, will endeavor to provide consistent and uniform disclosure of any corporate information with a potentially significant impact on management. Such disclosure shall be made in strict compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. The Disclosure Subcommittee shall evaluate and examine matters of disclosure. The Disclosure Subcommittee shall be comprised of the department heads of the Investor Relations Department, the Corporate Communication Department, the Strategic Planning Department, the Secretarial Office, the Internal Control Department, and the Legal Department. In addition, regular meetings will be held with business and disclosing divisions to enhance the contents and improve the accuracy of information disclosed.

3. Enhancement of measures to promote opportunities for dialogue aside from individual meetings

To deepen understanding of Terumo, business strategy briefings and plant tours may be organized for institutional investors, and facility tours are organized for shareholders. Terumo will also participate in conferences for institutional investors held in Japan and other parts of the world as well as briefings for individual investors organized by securities companies to enhance dialogue. In addition, Terumo will make other materials, including its financial results briefings, available on its website to provide such information in a timely and appropriate manner to as many shareholders and other investors as possible.

4. Measures for appropriate and effective feedback

Evaluations and opinions acquired through meetings with shareholders, other investors, and analysts are compiled periodically and shared with the management team. In addition, the Chief Executive Officer or officer supervising dialogue with the shareholders shall report to the Board of Directors on their visits to overseas institutional investors to ensure that the management team has the opportunity to gain an understanding of how the Company is evaluated in the capital markets.

5. Measures to control insider information when engaging in dialogue

As a general rule, the Chief Executive Officer, the officer supervising dialogue, and the department head and staff of the disclosing division will conduct dialogue with investors. In case of a dialogue led by officers other than those listed in the preceding sentence, either the officer supervising dialogue or the department head or staff of the disclosing division will attend such meeting. By having multiple participants engage in the dialogue, the Company will work to prevent unauthorized or inappropriate disclosure of information. 
Terumo observes a silent period to prevent the leakage of any material information about the Company’s financial performance and to ensure fairness. In principle, the silent period shall begin four (4) weeks prior to the date of the expected announcement of the Company’s financial performance and conclude on the date when both the final announcement of financial statements of a fiscal year or the quarterly announcements take place. During this period, Terumo refrains from commenting on its financial performance or answering questions in relation to such performance.