IR Policy

ORIX are engaged in dialogue on the sustainable growth of the company with our shareholders and investors both in and outside Japan based on the below policy and principles.

Information Disclosure Policy

ORIX conducts information disclosure in accordance with relevant laws of the Financial Instruments Exchange Act as well as the rules defined for the listing of our company’s stocks and bonds on the financial instruments exchange in order to respond to the needs for information disclosure from our stakeholders including shareholders.

Information Disclosure Structure

ORIX has established “Disclosure of Corporate Information Regulations” and “Disclosure Committee Regulations” as inclusive basic policies to demonstrate timely disclosure of information based on ordinances and regulations, and also maintains a system to guarantee and manage this.

Policy to Further Constructive Dialogue with Shareholders and Investors

  • We have established "IR Guidelines" for the purpose of complying with the "fair disclosure rules," which are the premise of constructive dialogue with shareholders and investors.
  • The CEO oversees dialogue with shareholders, and the executive officer in charge of Investor Relations and Sustainability Department and the Investor Relations and Sustainability Department are in charge of holding dialogue with shareholders and investors. ORIX Group is working to enhance opportunities for dialogue in addition to individual meetings, such as conducting financial results briefings in both Japanese and English for each quarterly financial results announcement. The executive officer in charge of Investor Relations and Sustainability Department regularly report to the board of directors on opinions and concerns received through dialogue with shareholders and investors, and active discussion about these issues is held together with ORIX Group’s outside directors and other related parties.

Designation of Quiet Period

ORIX has a designated quiet period starting from the day after the final day of the financial period to the day of announcing financial results to prevent leaks of financial information. In principle, ORIX refrains from answering any questions with regards to financial information or earnings estimates during this quiet period.