Disclosure Policy

(1) Basic Policy

Fuji Electric defines its corporate mission as “We, Fuji Electric, pledge as responsible corporate citizens in a global society to strengthen our trust with communities, customers and partners.” Seeking to fulfill this mission, the Company conducts timely, appropriate, and impartial disclosure in order to maintain and develop trust-based relationships with shareholders and other investors. This disclosure is not limited to the information required by laws or by the regulations of the stock exchanges on which the Company is listed, but rather extends to include information deemed to be of value to shareholders and other investors. In addition, members of senior management practice active and sincere engagement activities with shareholders and other investors.

(2) Information Disclosure Standards

Fuji Electric endeavors to disclose to shareholders and other investors in a timely, appropriate, and impartial manner such information as (1) is required to be disclosed by laws and by the regulations of the stock exchanges on which the Company is listed and (2) is deemed to have the potential to significantly influence the investment decisions of shareholders and other investors based on the Fair Disclosure Rule of the Financial Services Agency (referred to collectively as “Important Information” hereinafter).

In addition to the above, the Company will proactively disclose management and financial information as well as non-financial information related to the environment and society should this information be judged to be of value to shareholders and other investors. Such information will include matters for which questions are frequently received from shareholders and other investors.

(3) Information Disclosure Methods

Information required to be disclosed by laws or by the regulations of the stock exchanges on which the Company is listed is disclosed through the information disclosure systems dictated by these requirements and is also promptly uploaded onto the Company’s website.

Other Important Information is provided through news releases, integrated reports, or other documents, and these documents are made available on the Company’s website as necessary.

(4) Information Disclosure System

Disclosure of information required to be disclosed by laws or by the regulations of the stock exchanges on which the Company is listed and other Important Information is overseen by the head of the corporate planning division. Management of this information, decisions on the necessity of disclosure, actual disclosure, and the communication of input from shareholders and other investors are conducted through coordination between divisions related to public relations, investor relations, corporate planning, finances, and legal as well as the divisions in charge of handling relevant information. All disclosure is to be approved by the Board of Directors or by the president and representative director when necessary.

The disclosure of information not classified as Important Information is overseen by the heads of CSR, public relations, and investor relations divisions. Management of this information, decisions on the necessity of disclosure, actual disclosure, and the communication of input from shareholders and other investors are conducted through coordination between divisions related to corporate planning, finances, and legal as well as the divisions in charge of handling relevant information.

(5) Engagement Activities

Fuji Electric’s senior management proactively practices engagement with shareholders and other investors. In addition, the Company holds various engagement activities, such as the General Meeting of Shareholders and briefings on financial results and management plans, which are overseen by the director in charge of corporate planning or by the heads of CSR, public relations, and investor relations divisions.

Materials distributed at the General Meeting of Shareholders and at financial results and management plan briefings are posted on the Company’s website along with the explanations provided at these events, when appropriate, as part of our efforts to practice timely, appropriate, and impartial disclosure. In addition, we communicate valuable information to shareholders and other investors through engagement activities such as factory tours and small meetings.

(6) Information Management

(1) Management of Insider Information and Other Important Information
The Company has established internal rules and implements exhaustive measures to prevent leaks of information that is subject to regulation under insider trading regulations. In addition, stringent management of other Important Information is practiced through the framework described in article 4 of this Policy.

(2) Quiet Period
With the aim of preventing leaks of finalized financial information prior to disclosure and ensuring the impartiality of information disclosure, the Company observes a quiet period beginning on the date following the closing date of each quarter and ending on the date of the announcement of financial results. During this quiet period, the Company will refrain from responding to any questions that relate to financial results and will not hold Company briefings or individual meetings with analysts or institutional investors.

(7) Performance Forecasts and Forward-Looking Statements

Performance forecasts and other forward-looking statements made by the Company are based on its judgments and assumptions in light of information available at the time of the statements. Actual outcomes may differ materially from those projected as a result of uncertainties inherent in such judgments and assumptions as well as changes in business operations or other internal or external conditions. We ask that you recognize this possibility.

The Company will disclose the necessary information should any changes occur in performance forecasts and other forward-looking statements that have previously been disclosed.

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