Nurturing a culture of trust
Information disclosure and stakeholder engagement

We set a high value on conversations with stakeholders to enhance businesses and CSR activities.

Conversations with stakeholders

Constructive conversations with shareholders, institutional investors, and analysts

Aiming for sustainable growth and the medium- to long-term enhancement of corporate value, the Company proactively converses with its shareholders, institutional investors, and analysts and holds a variety of explanatory meetings, such as a financial results briefing in which the President himself participates.
In addition, it discloses information in a timely and fair manner by posting information such as financial results, integrated reports, and other timely disclosure materials (including English versions) on its website.

Major IR activities in fiscal 2022

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Item Number of times conducted Details
Financial results briefing 2 The Company holds the financial results briefings in which top management participates, twice a year (in May and November)
Internet conference after the announcement of financial statements 4 The Company holds on the same day as the announcement of quarterly financial statements, four times a year (in May, August, November and February)
Meeting with institutional investor 212 The Company had meetings with a cumulative total of 212 domestic and foreign institutional investors and sell-side analysts through individual interviews, phone interviews, small meetings, etc.
Condominium market explanatory meeting 2 The Company holds twice a year (in September and March)

Examples of communication with stakeholders

Communication at Haseko Condominium Museum

Haseko Condominium Museum opened in Tama City, Tokyo in 2018 as part of the Haseko Group’s 80th anniversary projects.
It is the first condominium museum in Japan in which visitors can see, touch, feel, and learn various things about condominiums, including the history of condominiums and transition of floor plans as well as design, construction, repair, and rebuilding of condominiums.
The museum has had a wide array of visitors, including residents from the community, business partners, and persons engaged in domestic and foreign housing industry.
Additionally, more and more third parties visit the museum for training purposes in addition to visits by our new employees and staff of Group companies for training purposes, resulting in a total of 5,136 visitors in fiscal 2022 and a cumulative total of 12,517 visitors.
The “Condominium disaster prevention exhibition,” which has been held since September 2019 under the theme of disaster prevention that is possible only for condominiums, was made permanent in April 2022 due to the popularity of the exhibition among customers. The exhibition has been expanded to include countermeasures against wind and flood damage, which have been increasing in recent years, introduction of Smart Water Tanks, home evacuation, etc. The disaster preparedness manuals with useful information for daily life are also distributed to all visitors.
In addition, in March 2023, we held the “Haseko Condominium Museum Disaster Prevention Festival,” which was attended by 137 visitors.
The Company intends to continuously develop the museum as an information dissemination hub to ensure that the visitors can recognize the deep history of multiple-family dwelling houses and how interesting the creation of condominiums is.

Note: As precaution measures against COVID-19, the Company ensures that disinfectant treatment and ventilation in the museum, monitoring of the staff members’ physical conditions through fever screening, and other sanitary measures are strictly implemented.

"History of condominiums" zone: A presentation on the transition of condominiums in Japan and the rest of the world
Special exhibition “Condominium disaster prevention exhibition”
Event publicity
A scene from the day of the event

Participation in external initiatives

FTSE Blossom Japan

An ESG index series of FTSE Russell, one of the world’s most prestigious providers of market indices. It is an ESG comprehensive index in which stocks with high ESG absolute scores are screened and the industry weighting is ultimately sector-neutralized.

Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)

Established by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) at the request of the G20 to consider the disclosure of climate-related information. It recommends disclosures of climate-related risks and opportunities.

Science Based Targets

Targets for a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions set by companies for 5-15 years to come in line with the level demanded by the Paris Agreement (aim to limit global warming to well below 2°C or to 1.5°C from pre-industrial levels).

Nadeshiko Brands

The Nadeshiko Brands include listed enterprises that are outstanding in terms of encouraging women’s success in the workplace, attractive stocks for investors (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo Stock Exchange).

Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations Recognition Program, White 500

A program that commends large enterprises, SMEs and other organizations engaging in initiatives for overcoming health-related challenges in communities or for promoting health-conscious activities led by the Nippon Kenko Kaigi, and recognizes outstanding enterprises engaging in efforts for health and productivity management. The top 500 companies in the large enterprise category are recognized as “White 500” enterprises (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry).

ABINC Certification

A program in which the Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community (ABINC) evaluates and certifies bio-diversity initiatives in land use, including office buildings and housing complexes, with the aim of promoting harmony between nature and people in corporate activities.

30 by 30

A target set by the G7 nations at the G7 Cornwall Summit in 2021 to effectively conserve or protect at least 30% of their national lands (land and sea areas) with the goal of halting the loss of biodiversity and recovering it by 2030.

Declaration of Partnership Building

A declaration made in the names of representatives of companies in theirs positions as “order issuers” to build new partnerships by promoting cooperation, co-existence and co-prosperity with business partners in the supply chain and business operators that strive to create value. Established by the Council on Promoting Partnership Building for Cultivating the Future, consisting of the Chairman of the Keidanren, Chairman of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, President of the Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO), and relevant government ministers (those of the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism).


A program under which the Association for Corporate Support of the Arts recognizes diverse corporate activities in support of the arts and highlights individual activities with the aim of promoting the creation of a rich society through the arts and culture.