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February 2, 2010 Fuji Electric Holdings Co., Ltd.

Fuji Electric Holdings Awarded Disclosure Award from the TSE

Fuji Electric Holdings Co., Ltd. (President and Representative Director: Haruo Ito; Headquarters: Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo; hereinafter referred to as “FHC”) announces that it has received the 15th Disclosure Award for fiscal 2009 from the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).
  With the intention of promoting better information disclosure, the Disclosure Award is presented annually to listed companies that adopt a positive approach to disclosure, including disclosing information clearly and in a timely manner, as well as providing shareholders and investors with sufficient information covering financial results and other matters in such publications as business, annual, and CSR reports.

The award recognized FHC's efforts in the following areas:

  1. FHC's financial results for the previous fiscal year were presented clearly and graphically, facilitating analysis of its sales results by segment and its financial standing. The forecast of the following fiscal year was also explained in detail.

  2. FHC's CSR report effectively highlighted the company’s strong points, selected topics of public interest, and included sophisticated explanations.

  3. FHC created a Web site for individual investors and disclosed detailed information to corporate and individual investors along with shareholders, including financial data of the previous five fiscal years as well as audio versions and video streaming of shareholders'meetings. In addition, the overall design of the Web site is clearly laid out and easy to use.

Please refer to the following Web site for further information (in Japanese only) regarding the Disclosure Awards as announced by the TSE:
https://www.tse.or.jp/news/201002/100202_a.html

Encouraged by this award, FHC will continue to implement appropriate and prompt disclosure to shareholders and investors while improving transparency.


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