FAQ on IR and Stock

Q1
When TriIs was established?
A1
TriIs was established in March 1995.
Q2
Please tell me about the origins of the company name.
A2
TriIs is made up of “tri” and “Is”, i.e. triple initial “is”.
It emblematizes our corporate philosophy that has three elements with same initial letter
Insight to apprehend needs of our time,
Integrity every single member of TriIs acts with,
we take Initiative and act proactively.
> Corporate symbol
Q3
Please tell me about your corporate philosophy.
A3
Please click here : Corporate philosophy
Q4
When TriIs went public?
A4
TriIs listed on NASDAQ Japan (currently JASDAQ of Tokyo Securities Exchange) in April 2001.
Q5
Please tell me about TriIs’ business performance.
A5
Please click here : Financial Information
Q6
Please tell me about TriIs group companies.
A6
Please click here : Group companies
Q7
Total number of issued shares?
A7
9,500,000 shares (as of March 31, 2017)
Q8
How about treasury shares?
A8
1,035,020 shares (as of March 31, 2017)
Q9
TriIs stock code?
A9
4840
Q10
Settlement period?
A10
It is December.
Q11
Please tell me about your settlement schedule.
A11
Please see below.
Settlement schedule Settlement period Announcement schedule
The first quarter March Scheduled for late April
The second quarter June Scheduled for late July
The third quarter September Scheduled for late October
Full year result December Scheduled for mid-February
Q12
Do you hold financial results briefings?
A12
No, we don’t hold them now.
Q13
When do you hold general meeting of shareholders?
A13
Every year in March.
Q14
What is shares less than one full unit?
A14
100 shares.
Q15
What is one unit?
A15
TriIs introduced unit share system. 1 unit = 100 shares
Q16
What is shares less than one full unit?
A16
Any number of shares less than one full unit have neither voting rights nor rights related to voting rights.

Shareholders who hold less-than-one-unit shares cannot purchase or sell through securities firms and cannot transfer the shares in any cases other than inheritance.
Q17
What is the request to sell shares constituting less than one unit?
A17
Shareholders who hold less-than-one-unit shares can request TriIs to purchase their less-than-one-unit shares.
For example, if a shareholder who currently owns 350 shares and wishes to “round down” to three units,
he or she can request TriIs for the purchase of his or her less-than-one-unit shares, i.e. 50 shares.
Q18
What is the request to purchase a number of shares to make up one unit?
A18
Shareholders can request TriIs to sell number of shares to make up one unit (100 shares) together with their less-than-one-unit shares.
For example, if a shareholder wishes to make up four full units (100 shares/unit) together with his or her 350 shares,
he or she can request TriIs to sell 50 shares.
Q19
Is there charge/ fee for those requests?
A19
No, it is free of charge.
Q20
Notes
A20
If you have a brokerage account, please contact your securities broker directly. If you have shares held in a special account, please contact the transfer agent, Stock Transfer Agency Department, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited

TEL:0120-782-031
Toll-free telephone number is available only in Japan
http://www.smtb.jp/personal/agency
Q21
What is a “Special account”?
A21
A “Special account” is an account, in accordance with the introduction of dematerialization of certificate (electronic share certificate system), opened by issuer companies,for the purpose of protecting the rights of the shareholders of paper share certificates that have not been deposited with Japan Securities Dealers Association (JASDEC) or “Hofuri.” “Special account” is not a trading account,
so in order to sell the shares recorded in a “Special account,” you must first open your own trading account at a securities company and then transfer the shares remaining in the “Special Account” to the trading account.
Q22
How are registered shares handled after the dematerialization of certificate?
A22
The shares of which certificates are not issued and registered in the share registry have been recorded at “Special account” set up and maintained by the issuer company after the dematerialization of certificate implemented January 5, 2009. Shareholders of registered shares can purchase and/or sell them after the dematerialization.
Q23
Which transfer agent do you use?
A23
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited
Q24
When is dividend record date?
A24
December 31.
Q25
Dividend history?
A25
Please click here : Dividend
Q26
Do you have shareholder special benefit plan?
A26
Please click here : Shareholder Benefit
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