Disclosure Policy

(1) Standards for information disclosure

In accordance with the Financial Instrument Exchange Act and "Timely Disclosure Rules of Tokyo Stock Exchange" ("Timely Disclosure Rules"), Appier Group, Inc. ("the Company") will promptly disclose information based on transparency, fairness and continuity.
In addition, even in cases not covered by laws and regulations or the Timely Disclosure Rules, we will proactively and fairly disclose information that we think is important or useful for shareholders and investors to understand the Company.
We will not disclose personal information, customer information, or information that may infringe on the rights of related parties.

(2) Method of information disclosure

Disclosure of information subject to the Timely Disclosure Rules is carried out on the Timely Disclosure Network provided by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TDnet), while disclosure of annual securities reports, quarterly reports and other documents required under Financial Instrument Exchange Act, etc. are made on the Electronic Disclosure System provided by the Financial Services Agency (EDINET). Any information thus disclosed is also promptly announced on the IR page of the Company's website.
In addition, we intend to disclose any information including information that is not required to be disclosed under the Timely Disclosure Rules if the Company believes it to be of use to its stakeholders through appropriate channels and in a timely and fair manner in adhering to the timely disclosure principle and the intent of the fair disclosure rules under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.

(3) Prevention of insider trading

In order to prevent the occurrence of insider trading, the Company has established relevant internal rules and strives to ensure full dissemination, and facilitate understanding of, such rules among the officers and employees of the Company. Furthermore, the Company aims to prevent insider trading by working to ensure the appropriate management of information concerning material facts that may affect investment decisions and to promptly make such information available to the public in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and Timely Disclosure Rules.

(4) Quiet period

In order to prevent the leakage of financial results including quarterly financial results information and ensure fairness in information disclosure, the Company has designated a quiet period from the day following the last day of the fiscal year (quarterly settlement) to each financial statement announcement date. During this period, we will refrain from responding to or commenting on any questions regarding financial results or results forecasts. However, the Company will make announcements as appropriate and in a timely manner in the event of a material fact which the Company determines may affect investors' decisions, or if such information is required to be disclosed under applicable laws, regulations or Timely Disclosure Rules.

(5) Establishment of internal systems

In line with this Disclosure Policy, the Company strives to construct and enhance its internal systems in order to ensure appropriate information disclosure in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, as well as the Timely Disclosure Rules.