Nittetsu Mining Co., Ltd.



Disclosure Policy

1.Basic Policy

Nittetsu Mining discloses information to shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders in an accurate, fair, timely, and appropriate manner in accordance with relevant laws such as the Companies Act and the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and regulations such as the Securities Listing Regulations stipulated by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
In addition, the Company appropriately discloses information that does not fall under the relevant laws or the Securities Listing Regulations, when such information will be useful for shareholders and investors to deepen their understanding of the Nittetsu Mining Group.

2.How Nittetsu Mining Discloses

Nittetsu Mining discloses information required to be disclosed under the Securities Listing Regulations through the TDnet (Timely Disclosure Network) provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange and press releases, and the disclosed information is promptly posted to the Company’s website.
Information that does not fall under the Securities Listing Regulations will be made widely available by posting it on the Company’s website at Nittetsu Mining’s discretion.

3.Quiet Period

In order to prevent the leakage of information that may affect stock prices and to ensure transparency and fairness of information disclosure, Nittetsu Mining has set a quiet period from the day following the closing date of each quarter to the date financial results are announced, during which the Company refrains from giving interviews and responding to inquiries regarding undisclosed financial results and similar information.
However, the Company will disclose information in a timely and appropriate manner in accordance with the Securities Listing Regulations if the published earnings forecast differs significantly from the newly calculated earnings forecast or actual results during the quiet period.

4.Forward-looking Statements

Information such as management policies, plans, and forecasts posted on Nittetsu Mining’s website that is not a historical fact is based on certain assumptions and postulations that the Company considers to be reasonable at the time posted, and the inclusion of such information on the website does not guarantee its accuracy or completeness.
Actual results may differ significantly due to various risk factors and uncertainties.

5.Internal Systems for Information

In order to properly manage important company information and prevent insider trading, Nittetsu Mining has established Rules on Internal Information Management and Insider Trading Regulations and has put in place a compliance system to ensure that employees are thoroughly informed of the rules.

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