Disclosure Policy

As of July 30, 2021

The Fujitsu Group’s corporate philosophy is articulated as the “Fujitsu Way,” comprised of the purpose of our existence in society, our values and Code of Conduct. By sharing and practicing the Fujitsu Way, we aim to continuously enhance the value of the enterprise through the continuous growth and development of the Fujitsu Group. Our basic policy on disclosure is to enhance our management transparency by appropriate and timely disclosure of our business activities and financial information. This ensures that investors, shareholders, and all other stakeholders can understand how we are performing in enhancing our corporate value.

Basic Policy on Information Disclosure

Fujitsu emphasizes fairness and continuity in disclosure of information, in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and other laws and regulations, as well as the rules of the exchanges on which its shares are listed. Moreover, our policy is to be proactive in disclosing any information that we judge to be effective for helping shareholders, investors, and other stakeholders to deepen their understanding of Fujitsu, even if such disclosure is not required by laws, regulations, or other rules.

Methods of Information Disclosure

Fujitsu uses prescribed information disclosure methods (TDnet, EDINET, etc.) to disclose information which it is required to disclose by law or regulation. Following disclosure, materials containing the disclosed information may be made available on the Company’s website if deemed necessary. The Company may also disclose information which it is not required to disclose by law or regulation. In these cases, the Company will disclose the information as necessary, using an appropriate method of disclosure (press release, website disclosure, seminar presentation, etc.) based on the contents.

Forward-Looking Statements

Forward-looking statements included in disclosed information are based on management’s views and assumptions at the time the information was disclosed. A variety of changes in the internal and external business environment may cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such statements. The Company strives to enhance the accuracy of forward-looking statements, and in cases where its outlook changes, the Company discloses the change as necessary using an appropriate disclosure method.

Silent Period

The Company institutes a silent period beginning the day after its quarterly financial settlement date until the day of the financial results announcement as a way to prevent financial information from being disclosed prior to the formal announcement. During the silent period, the Company does not respond to inquiries regarding its financial results. If the possibility arises that the Company’s financial results will differ significantly from previous forecasts, however, the Company will disclose the change appropriately during the silent period.