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 fair and timely manner as exemplified by the posting of the summaries of accounts, financial results reports, annual securities reports, and annual reports and the timely disclosure of materials, including English versions, on its website.

Major IR activities in fiscal 2020

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Item Number of times conducted Details
Telephone conference after the announcement of financial statements 4 The Company held a telephone conference on each day of the announcement of quarterly financial statements―a total of four times during the fiscal year (namely, in May, August, November, and February).
Financial results briefing 1 The Company holds meetings in which the top management gives briefings on financial results twice during the fiscal year (generally in May and November). However, for fiscal 2020, due to the spread of COVID-19, the Company cancelled the May meeting, while it held the November meeting.
Meeting with institutional investor 138 The Company had meetings with a cumulative total of 170 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 explanatory meetings about condominium market trends twice during the fiscal year (in September and March). For fiscal 2020, the Company held the meeting in September 2020 and March 2021.

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 1,153 visitors in fiscal 2020 and a cumulative total of 10,534 visitors.
As a special exhibition, the Company has been holding the “Condominium disaster prevention exhibition” since September 2019. At the exhibition, the Company has videos and display panels about the history of earthquakes, development of building structures, efforts in mutual aid, future disaster-proof condominiums, etc. as well as hands out disaster preparedness manuals, in which useful information for daily life is also included, to all the 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”