Invincible Investment Corporation (hereinafter "INV") strives to ensure prompt, accurate and fair disclosure of information at all times for the benefit of investors.
In disclosing information, INV will do so appropriately, in the formats and in accordance with the requirements set out by the Law Concerning Investment Trust and Investment Corporations, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Investment Trusts Association, Japan, and other relevant entities.
INV intends to voluntarily disclose information that it considers will be useful for investors to make investment decisions regarding INV, in addition to the disclosure of Financial Results Information and information on investment status.
Provision of information at times of disaster
At times of disaster, INV will provide information in the manner described below.
Following an earthquake (in Japan)
INV will, in principle, provide information about the impact of the earthquake on the properties held by it (hereinafter "Properties").
If an earthquake above level 5.0 on the Japanese scale occurs at a place where Properties are located, INV will put out a press release giving notice of any damage to the Properties.
Regardless of the scale of the earthquake, if INV confirms any bodily or property damage (with the exception of minor damage) caused by an earthquake in relation to its Properties, INV will put out a press release giving notice of the damage.
Other disasters (typhoon or other natural disasters including storm, flood, etc., fallen objects, or explosives)
If a disaster occurs, INV will inspect the Properties; and. if INV confirms any bodily or property damage (with the exception of minor damage) in relation to its Properties, INV will put out a press release giving notice of the damage.
|Greater Tokyo area||Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama Prefectures|
|Urban areas in major regional cities||Areas surrounding the greater Tokyo area and major regional cities across Japan including government-decreed cities and their surrounding areas.|