Using ethical management as the foundation of corporate management, Clean & Science Co., Ltd. should pursue value creation and happiness for all stakeholders related to the company, including customers, members, shareholders, partner companies, and society, and play a key role in socioeconomic development. To this end, Clean & Science Co., Ltd. aims to enact this ethical management regulation and use it as an ethical judgment and behavioral standard for members in all management activities.
2.Subject to application
This ethical management regulation applies to all executives and employees of Clean & Science Co., Ltd.
3.Ethical Decision Making and Principles of Action
When members are in an ethical conflict situation in relation to job performance, they shall judge and act based on the ethical management practice regulations. Provided, That if the criteria for judgment are not clearly stipulated in the ethical management practice regulations, it shall be judged and acted in accordance with the following decision-making principles.
1) Legitimacy: Is there a possibility that one’s actions will be interpreted as a violation of laws or regulations?
2) Transparency: Can you disclose your decision-making process and content?
3) Rationality: Will other members make the same decision in the same situation?
Where a member is unsure of his/her judgment on the items of legality, transparency, and rationality, he/she shall act according to the advice of the leader of the organization or the department in charge of ethical management.
4.Contents of ethical management practice
4.1 Responsibilities to Members
The company should strengthen the value of its members, organize the business execution system efficiently, and create an environment in which members can continuously improve their capabilities so that members can feel proud and rewarding in the process and results of performing their work voluntarily and.
1) The company respects its members and provides systematic growth opportunities.
2) Provide fair and reasonable evaluation and compensation for the members.
4.1.1 Providing growth opportunities
The company provides opportunities to continuously improve members’ leadership and work skills by reflecting their capabilities and intentions as much as possible in their work.
4.1.2 Fair Evaluation Compensation
1) The company presents clear criteria for goals and performance and evaluates fairly according to achievements and capabilities.
2) The company makes fair and reasonable compensation for individuals and organizations that have contributed to performance.
3) It provides fair opportunities to improve members’ abilities and does not differentiate between academic background, gender, religion, region of origin, age, disability, marital status, nationality, race, etc.
4.2 Posture of Members
Members shall continue to strive to grow into the best experts through work performance and self-development with the mindset of “I am the company,” and shall demonstrate their professional capabilities to the fullest for the development of the company.
1) Members observe basic manners and company rules, which are the basics of ethical management.
2) Members strive to protect the assets and information of the company, including the brand.
3) In particular, leaders create an environment where members can maximize their capabilities and create an ethical organizational culture
We must take the initiative in forming.
4.2.1 Adherence to basic manners
1) Members shall respect each other between their superiors and subordinates or colleagues, and basic manners shall be observed between members.
2) Respect individual privacy and achieve a mature organizational culture based on mutual trust and understanding.
3) Members do not make unreasonable requests to each other.
4) Live a healthy consumption life suitable for income and fountain and refrain from entering luxury businesses.
5) Members shall not engage in acts that cause distress to their superiors, colleagues, or subordinates, and may cause distress
Examples of actions are as follows.
– Language: abusive language, slander, negative prejudice, threatening or hostile language, etc
– Nonverbal acts: assault, throwing, staring, etc
– Visual behavior: Personality-damaging or aggressive photographs, pictures, gestures, etc., but constructive criticism, supervision, and words and actions related to work performance are not applicable.
6) No entertainment activities such as smoking, gambling, computer games or Go shall be conducted outside the designated place.
4.2.2 Prevention of Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment in the workplace is thoroughly prevented and managed because it can lead to a loss of labor motivation and a decrease in work productivity for victims, which can eventually lead to damage to the company’s image and legal litigation.
1) Refrain from indecent rumors and do not force people to drink or dance at company dinners.
2) I don’t watch pornographic websites at work.
3) Do not make sexual evaluations or metaphors about the body of a co-worker.
4) Words that refrain from unnecessary physical contact and emphasize fixed gender roles (because they are women or men)
4.2.3 Company profits come first in case of conflicts of interest
1) In a position where the member can direct or influence the company’s decisions below, the company’s interests take precedence over the company’s interests in the event of a conflict between the member’s private interests and the company’s interests.
* Key Examples of Company Profits
– Purchase: Purchase of company goods or services
– Sales: Determining the price, quantity, terms of sale, and quality of a product or service
– Investment: Acquisition of securities, investment in real estate of other companies, etc
– Loan: Loan from financial institutions or extension of loan period
– Lease: Lease of property and facilities from other companies, etc
2) Members shall not be employed by external companies and government organizations (excluding charities, education, religion, cooperative organizations, etc.) without the approval of the company.
3) A member may not directly or indirectly acquire shares or property of a transaction line, a prospective transaction person, a competitor, etc.
4) Members shall not transfer and use skills or knowledge developed or applied in the position of employees to reduce the present and future interests of the Company.
5) Members shall not engage in business relationships with companies or individuals related to family members, relatives, etc. without approval.
4.2.4 Protect Your Company’s Assets and Information
1) By strictly distinguishing public works, the company’s goods or expenses are not used privately.
2) Company funds shall be executed for the purpose of company management, conform to laws and regulations at the time of execution, and shall not go against the conscience of the members themselves.
3) Internal company information, such as confidential company information and new business information, shall not be leaked to a third party without prior approval from the supervisor.
– Management information: company’s major policies, decisions, management plans, financial performance information, etc
– Sales information: personnel-related information, media promotion-related information, sales, profit ratio, etc., products and partner company information
4) For important documents or documents, a security manager is separately designated so that they are not leaked to external companies or specific people.
5) Members are obliged to provide information about themselves to the extent permitted by law and regulations, and the acquired information may not be divulged to the outside world without the consent of such members unless it meets the legitimate needs of the company or other organization.
6) Other specific information security actions in the company shall be in accordance with the security management regulations.
4.2.5 Compliance with Company Regulations
1) The duties given shall be performed in the best way possible, and shall be familiar with and comply with the company’s company regulations/systems related to the work.
2) A supervisor may not give work orders that do not comply with laws and regulations to subordinates, and an employee who receives work orders that do not comply with laws and regulations from the supervisor may refuse to perform his/her work and is not disadvantaged even if he/she informs the company.
4.2.6 Exclusion from receiving money and valuables from stakeholders
1) In no case shall a member be provided with money or valuables, entertainment, entertainment, convenience facilities, receipt of profits, etc. to interested parties in connection with his/her duties.
2) In the event of inevitable provision of entertainment, entertainment, convenience, etc. from stakeholders in connection with the work (including overseas business trips), the member shall immediately pay a fair price.
3) The members do not notify the congratulations and condolences to those they have learned in the course of the company’s business and do not receive congratulatory money.
4) Where a member receives a bribe through a third party, such as an intermediary, agent, family member, relatives, etc., it shall be deemed his/her act
5) Members may refer customers to third parties only to the extent that they do not conflict with the Company’s prior approval and with the Company’s interests, and shall not be unfairly paid for such activities.
6) Provided, That this shall not apply to subsidies, gifts, etc. within the scope recognized by social norms.
7) Prohibition of bribery and money transactions between members
– No act of providing money or gifts between members shall be conducted. However, exceptions are given to gifts given by bosses to subordinates in order to revitalize the organization, free birthday gifts among team members (prohibited between other team members) at the fair burden of team members, and exchange of gifts for the company’s anniversary.
– Members shall not engage in monetary transactions that weaken their organizational power, such as monetary loans, loan guarantees, and joint guarantees, to other members using their superior status.
4.2.7 Role of Leader
1) Leaders shall create an environment in which members can maximize their capabilities and continuously generate results by gathering the capabilities of the organization.
2) The company’s leaders should take the initiative based on standards for ethical behavior in all aspects of speech and behavior. Leaders should also report immediately if they detect signs of unethical or illegal behavior.
4.2.8 Brand Value Management
Members shall endeavor to increase the brand value of the company when performing all duties, and shall endeavor not to undermine the brand value by using it arbitrarily without complying with the guidelines for expressing the brand.
4.3 Customer Attitudes
For customers, the company should practice customer-centered management through customer-centered thinking and decision-making from the customer’s point of view.Through this customer-centered management, potential problems or opportunities of customers should be identified early and responded effectively to continuously satisfy customers, gaining trust from customers, and ultimately developing with them.
4.3.1 Customer Value Inventory
1) All products and services provided to customers, such as outsourcing, system integration, consulting, and the management system that supports them, are optimized to realize customer impressions as a true partner.
2) It provides the highest quality products and services that customers want.
3) Through continuous research and development, the world’s best products and services are provided to customers to establish a beloved and trusted corporate image.
4) Improve customer reliability and satisfaction by measuring/managing the service performance provided.
5) Respond quickly to the legitimate needs of the customer.
6) It treats customers fairly in all areas of the company, including service and product sales.
7) Each member treats customers with the idea that each member is the representative of the company, and conducts fair sales activities in accordance with social conscience and courtesy.
4.3.2 Protecting Customer Interests
1) The facts that the customer should know or should be informed to the customer should be actively disclosed.
2) The customer’s property shall be protected in the same manner as the company’s property, and shall not be used without permission from the customer.
3) If there is a request for a legitimate exchange or return of goods and services provided to the customer, it shall respond quickly and take action.
4) We strive for the safety of our customers in all management and sales activities.
5) I only tell the truth to the customer and keep my promise with the customer.
4.3.3 Customer Information Protection
1) Prepare for unexpected disasters by completely managing customers’ valuable management data and data.
2) Information about a customer should not be disclosed to a third party without the prior consent of the customer.
3) When information related to a customer is acquired, the information is not leaked or used for other purposes without the prior consent of the customer.
4) Understand the importance of protecting customer information and comply with the Security Management Regulations 10.2 Customer Information Protection Regulations.
4.4 Liability to shareholders
The company should support rational decision-making and secure social support through board-centered management, and at the same time reconsider the efficiency and execution power of management by implementing responsible management based on quick and autonomous decision-making.
4.4.1 Creating Shareholder Value
It maximizes corporate value through efficient management through constant innovation and shares its results with shareholders.
4.4.2 Board-centered transparent management
It practices transparent management centered on the board of directors and respects the legitimate needs and proposals of shareholders.
4.4.3 Transparency and active disclosure of accounting systems
Management data shall be prepared in accordance with various laws and standards, and related information shall be faithfully disclosed in accordance with the laws and regulations in order to protect the interests of shareholders.
4.5 Relationships with partner companies and competitors
The company pursues shared growth through win-win management based on a fair transaction relationship with partner companies.
4.5.1 Fair transactions with partner companies
1) All companies shall be guaranteed the opportunity to participate in the registration and selection of partner companies, and the registration and selection of partner companies shall be selected in a reasonable manner in accordance with objective and fair examination standards.
– The selection of partner companies is transparent and fair based on the quality, price, and reliability of the products and services they provide.
– In principle, the selection of a partner company shall be based on competitive bidding, but other methods may be used if there is a reasonable reason.
– When evaluating partner companies, fairness should be secured by evaluating them according to clear and clear standards.
2) All transactions must be made fairly on an equal footing and are subject to sufficient consultation in advance on the conditions and procedures.
3) In the long run, it actively supports partner companies to grow competitively and shares the profits generated through them.
4) Do not use your superior position to engage in any form of wrongdoing.
– Fairness is secured by mobilizing unfair methods to prevent transactions from being cut off by unilateral judgment.
– Equity is secured by preventing any unfair acts that abuse or force superior status without prior consultation with partner companies.
– Reliability is secured by prohibiting the transfer of costs without prior consultation with partner companies during the transaction process.
– The expenses of all meetings except for official events at the company level are not supported by partner companies.
– Do not make employees of partner companies wait for a long time when they visit our company. (If you are forced to fail to keep your promise, ask for your understanding in advance.)
– Bidding information such as price and quality submitted by a partner company shall not be disclosed to unauthorized persons inside and outside the company.
5) Efforts shall be made with partner companies to create a clean and transparent trading climate and maintain a fair trading order.
4.5.2 Fair trade with competitors
1) In accordance with the principle of free competition, market order is respected at home and abroad.
2) It does not engage in collusion, such as price-raising activities that violate the market economic order.
3) It practices competition in good faith, pursues competitive activities based on mutual respect with competitors, and does not infringe on the interests of competitors or unfairly exploit weaknesses.
4) Information is duly obtained and utilized according to laws and commercial practices.
5) Even if it is legitimately obtained information from competitors, it is not unfairly disclosed to the outside world.
6) There is no slander or groundless comparison of competitors through advertisements, etc.
7) Respect the tangible and intangible property rights of competitors.
4.6 Role in Society
We fulfill our basic responsibilities as subjects of national society and members of the social community. Active social contribution activities should be promoted based on the company’s IT capabilities and voluntary participation of members, and a company respected by society should be created through legal compliance and ethical management practice.
4.6.1 Compliance with Laws
1) Members are responsible for knowing what relevant laws and regulations apply to their work in all relevant regions at home and abroad where they conduct business activities, and must respect local culture and commercial practices according to their role as corporate citizens.
2) It complies with the Organization for International Economic Cooperation and Development’s “International Convention on the Prevention of Bribery for Commerce” and the “Fair Trade Act” of the Korean Act, and does not do illegal activities for business benefits or interests.
3) Only genuine products are used without using illegal software through the Internet, PC communication, or other methods.
4) Do not engage in politics and do not provide illegal funds directly or indirectly to any elected/appointed official.
5) We shall endeavor to protect nature and preserve the clean environment, and comply with all laws and regulations related to environmental protection.
6) Refrain from acts that harm the national economy, such as real estate speculation, or create a sense of incompatibility with the national sentiment, and pursue sound business activities.
4.6.2 Social Contribution
1) Efforts shall be made to actively participate in social contribution activities so that the whole society can be happy.
2) It supports the underprivileged, including the disabled, to have self-support skills through various and professional IT education.
3) For the social spread of social contribution activities, opportunities for not only members but also families to participate in activities together are expanded.
4.6.3 Sustainable Growth
It seeks continuous growth so that it can contribute to the development of the country and society and enjoy abundant prosperity with members of society. It increases corporate value through continuous growth and contributes to national development based on this.
1. This ethical management regulation will take effect on November 1, 2021.
Internal Information Management Regulations
Chapter I General Provisions
Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of this Regulation is to prescribe matters concerning the comprehensive management and appropriate disclosure of company internal information in order to prevent insider trading of executives and employees under the Capital Markets and Financial Investment Business Act (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”).
Article 2 (Definition of Terms)
The definitions of terms used in this Regulation are as follows.
2.1. The term “internal information” refers to the disclosure obligations under Part 1 of the KOSDAQ Market Disclosure Regulations of the Korea Exchange (hereinafter referred to as the “Exchange”) and other matters that may affect investors’ investment judgment.
2.2. The term “executive” means a director (including a person who falls under any subparagraph of Article 401-2 (1) of the Commercial Act) and an auditor.
2.3. The term “public disclosure manager” means a person who can perform reporting on behalf of the company pursuant to Article 2 (4) of the Public Disclosure Regulations.
2.4. In addition to paragraphs (1) through (3), the definition of terms used in this Regulation shall be governed by the definition of terms used in the relevant laws and regulations.
Article 3 (Scope of Application)
Except as otherwise provided for in the relevant statutes or articles of association, matters concerning disclosure, insider trading, and internal information management shall be governed by this Regulation.
Chapter 2 Management of Internal Information
Article 4 (Management of Internal Information)
4.1. Executives and employees shall strictly manage the internal information of the company they have become aware of during their work, and shall not divulge internal information to the company or outside unless necessary for their work.
4.2. The CEO shall take necessary measures for internal information management, such as setting specific standards for the storage, delivery, and destruction of internal information and related documents.
Article 5 (Public Notice Officer)
5.1. The CEO shall designate a person in charge of disclosure and report it to the exchange without delay. The same shall apply when the disclosure manager is changed
5.2. The person in charge of disclosure is in charge of the affairs related to the establishment and operation of the internal information management system and performs the following duties.
① execution of public notice
② Inspection and Evaluation of the Internal Information Management System
③ Review of internal information and determination of disclosure
④ Measures necessary for the operation of the internal information management system, such as education for executives and employees
⑤ Directing and supervising departments, executives, and employees in charge of the management of internal information or public disclosure
⑥ Other duties recognized by the CEO as necessary for the operation of the internal information management system
5.3. The disclosure manager has the following authority in performing his/her duties.
① Authority to request and view the submission of various documents and records related to internal information
② Authority to hear necessary opinions from executives and employees of the department in charge of accounting or audit affairs and other departments in charge of affairs related to the generation of internal information
5.4. The disclosure manager may consult with the executives in charge of related affairs if necessary to perform his/her duties, and may seek expert assistance at the company’s expense.
5.5. The disclosure manager shall regularly report the operation status of the internal information management system to the CEO (or the board of directors).
Article 6 (Public Notice Officer)
6.1. The CEO shall designate a person in charge of disclosure and report it to the exchange without delay. The same shall also apply when the disclosure officer is changed.
6.2. The person in charge of disclosure shall perform the following duties under the direction of the person in charge of disclosure in relation to internal information management.
① Collection and review of internal information and reporting to the disclosure manager
② Matters necessary for the execution of public notice
③ Confirmation of matters necessary for the management of internal information, such as changes in laws and regulations related to disclosure, and report to the person in charge of disclosure
④ Other matters deemed necessary by the CEO or the public disclosure manager
Article 7 (Concentration of internal information)
7.1. Officers and the heads of each department shall provide information to the disclosure manager in a timely manner in any of the following cases.
① When internal information occurs or is expected to occur
② Where a reason for cancellation or change of matters already disclosed among internal information occurs or is expected to occur
③ Where other requests are made by the person in charge of disclosure
7.2. The disclosure manager and CEO shall efficiently establish an information delivery system within the company to provide internal information in a timely manner under paragraph (1), and if necessary, may obtain cooperation from the disclosure manager in the payment process related to disclosure obligations.
Article 7-2 (Management of information related to the largest shareholder)
In order to smoothly disclose disclosure obligations and inquiry disclosure requirements related to the largest shareholder, the disclosure manager shall establish an information delivery system to fully explain the relevant facts to the largest shareholder and receive the information in a timely manner.
Article 8 (Off-site provision of internal information)
8.1. If executives and employees inevitably provide internal information to the company’s counterpart, external auditors, agents, and those who have signed advisory contracts with the company, such as legal advice and management advice, they must report the matters to the disclosure manager.
8.2. In the case of paragraph (1), the disclosure manager shall take necessary measures, such as signing a contract on the confidentiality of related internal information.
8.3. Where a fair disclosure obligation arises in providing internal information pursuant to paragraph (1), it shall be disclosed without delay (excluding cases falling under Article 15 of the Disclosure Regulations).
Chapter 3 Disclosure of Internal Information
Article 9 (Type of Public Notice)
The entity’s disclosures are classified as follows.
9.1. Reporting and disclosure of major management matters under Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 1 of the Disclosure Regulations
9.2. Inquiry disclosure pursuant to Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 2 of the Disclosure Regulations
9.3. Fair disclosure pursuant to Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 3 of the Disclosure Regulations
9.4. Autonomous disclosure in accordance with Chapter 3 of Part 1 of the Disclosure Regulations
9.5. Submission of securities reports, etc. pursuant to Chapter 1 of Part 3 of the Act
9.6. Submission of business reports, etc. pursuant to Articles 159, 160, and 165 of the Act and Public Notice Regulations Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 4
9.7. Submission of a report on major matters under Article 161 of the Act
9.8. Disclosure in accordance with other laws and regulations
Article 9-2 (Confirmation of the subject of disclosure)
In determining whether disclosure obligations, including fair disclosure, are applicable pursuant to this regulation, care should be taken to include matters that have a significant impact on or may have on stock prices or investment decisions under Article 6 (1) 4 of the disclosure regulations.
Article 10 (Execution of Public Notice)
10.1. The person in charge of disclosure shall prepare necessary details and report necessary documents to the person in charge of disclosure when the disclosure matters prescribed in Article 9 occur.
10.2. The person in charge of disclosure shall review whether the contents and documents of paragraph (1) do not violate the relevant laws and regulations, report them to the CEO, and then disclose them.
Article 10-2 (Quick implementation of disclosure)
Where disclosure matters under Article 9 occur, the person in charge of disclosure shall make every effort to ensure that the relevant internal information is disclosed in a timely manner even before the disclosure deadline under the disclosure regulations.
Article 11 (Follow-up measures after disclosure)
Where there is an error or omission in the disclosure, or if there is a desire to cancel or change the disclosure, the disclosure manager and the disclosure manager shall take measures to correct it, such as making a corrected disclosure in accordance with Article 30 of the Disclosure Regulations without delay.
Article 12 (Press coverage, etc.)
12.1. In principle, when there is a request for coverage of the company from a media company, etc., the CEO or the public disclosure manager is in charge of it. If necessary, executives and employees of the relevant departments may respond to the coverage.
12.2. If the company intends to distribute press releases to media companies, etc., it must consult with the person in charge of disclosure. The person in charge of disclosure shall, if necessary, report matters related to the distribution of press releases to the CEO.
12.3. Where the contents of the press release distributed pursuant to paragraph (2) are subject to fair disclosure, the person in charge of disclosure shall disclose it before the press release is distributed.
12.4. Executives who find out that media reports are different from the facts • Employees must report them to the disclosure trustee. The disclosure manager shall report the relevant matters to the CEO and take necessary measures.
Article 12-2 (Confirmation of the contents of the report)
The person in charge of disclosure, the person in charge of disclosure, and the internal information generation department shall routinely check the contents of company-related reports by media companies, etc. and take measures to correct them if there is anything different from the facts.
Article 13 (Corporate briefing session)
13.1. The CEO shall recognize that IR activities are the management responsibility of Kosidak Market-listed corporations, and shall voluntarily • continuously hold corporate briefing sessions to establish trust with investment officials.
13.2. Corporate briefing sessions on the company’s management details, business plans, and prospects shall be held in consultation with the disclosure manager.
13.3. The disclosure manager or disclosure manager shall disclose the date, place, and details of the briefing session by the day before the meeting, and publish the relevant data on the exchange’s disclosure submission system before the briefing session is held.
13.4. All executives and employees of the company should be careful not to disclose information that has not been disclosed in advance among the information subject to fair disclosure during the corporate briefing session.
Article 13-2 (Punishment)
13-2.1. Where rumors are circulated in the market, the person in charge of disclosure shall check whether the contents of the rumors are true and whether they correspond to internal information, etc. by inquiring opinions on related business departments.
13-2.2. If the relevant rumor falls under the disclosure obligation under the disclosure regulations as a result of confirmation under paragraph (1), the relevant information shall be disclosed.
Article 13-3 (Request for provision of information)
13-3.1. When requested by shareholders, stakeholders, etc. to disclose information related to the company, the disclosure manager shall review the legality of the request and decide whether to provide the relevant information.
13-3.2. The disclosure manager may hear opinions from the legal department or external legal experts on whether the information requested to be provided may affect the investor’s investment judgment and stock price.
Article 12 (3) shall apply mutatis mutandis to the provision of information in accordance with the decision of 13-3.3.
Chapter 4 Regulations on Insider Transactions, etc
Article 14 (Return of gains from short-term trading)
14.1. Executives and employees prescribed in Article 172 (1) of the Act and Article 194 of the Enforcement Decree of the Act shall return their profits (hereinafter referred to as “short-term trading gains”) to the company if they sell them within six months.
14.2. Shareholders of the company (including those who own equity securities or securities depository securities other than stock certificates). Hereinafter the same shall apply in this Article) If the company requests a person who has obtained short-term trading gains under paragraph (1) to request the return of short-term trading gains, the company shall take necessary measures within two months from the date of receipt of the request.
14.3. When the Securities and Futures Commission notifies the company of the occurrence of short-term trading gains under paragraph (1), the disclosure manager shall disclose the following matters on the company’s Internet website without delay.
① Status of a person who is to return profits from short-term trading
② Amount of profit from short-term trading
③ The date on which the Securities and Futures Commission was notified of the occurrence of short-term trading gains
④ short-term trading profit return claim plan
⑤ If a company’s shareholder may require the company to request the return of short-term trading gains to a person who has obtained short-term trading gains, and if the company does not make the claim within two months from the date of receipt of the request, the shareholder may make the claim on behalf of the company
14.4. The disclosure period under paragraph (3) shall be from the date of notification of the occurrence of short-term trading gains from the Securities and Futures Commission to the date of receipt of the short-term trading gains for two years or.
Article 15 (Notification of Sale, etc. of Specified Securities, etc.)
Executives and employees prescribed in Article 172 (1) of the Act and Article 194 of the Enforcement Decree of the Act shall notify the person in charge of public disclosure of the sale or other transactions of specific securities, etc.
Article 16 (Prohibition of Use of Undisclosed Important Information)
Executives and employees shall not use undisclosed important information (including undisclosed important information of affiliates) prescribed in Article 174 (1) of the Act for the sale or other transactions of specific securities, etc. or allow others to use it.
CHAPTER V SUPPLEMENTARY
Article 17 (Education)
17.1. The disclosure manager and the disclosure manager shall complete training, etc. on the disclosure work under Articles 36 and 44 (5) of the disclosure regulations, and the disclosure manager shall inform the relevant executives and employees of the training.
17.2. The CEO shall make sufficient efforts to executives and employees, such as conducting education to prevent insider trading, etc. prescribed by Articles 14 through 16 and other laws.
Article 18 (Opening and Closing of Regulations)
The amendment or abolition of this Regulation shall be made by the Representative Director.
Article 19 (Publication of Regulations)
This regulation shall be published on the company’s website. The same is true when the regulations are amended.
1. This Regulation shall come into force on September 1, 2009.
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