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Splits and Stock History

1998

March 18

Establishment of the Company

2000

March 24

Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers

September 20

4-for-1 Stock split

2001

November 20

2-for-1 Stock split

2002

February 27 - September 17

Repurchase 1.5 billion yen of own shares

Nobember 20

2-for-1 Stock split

2003

November 20

2-for-1 Stock split

2004

June 2

Retirement of own shares at a value of 1.19 billion yen(7.72%*

November 19

2-for-1 Stock split

2005

November 18

2-for-1 Stock split

2006

November 19

Selected for loanable stock.

2007

November 14 - 15

Repurchase 0.99 billion yen of own shares.

2008

September 30

Retirement of own shares at a value of 0.99 billion yen (1.99%*).

2011

October 28 - 31

Repurchase 1.99 billion yen of own shares.

2013

February 1 - 7

Repurchase 4.99 billion yen of own shares.

February 28

Retirement of own shares at a value of 1.99 billion yen(3.12%*).

October 1

100-for-1 stock split and adopted a Share Unit System which defines 100 shares as one trading unit.

2014

January 6

Selected for "JPX Nikkei Index 400".

September 5

Moved to the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

2015

March 20

Selected for "FTSE All World Index***"

2016

October 1

2-for-1 Stock split

2017

July 3

Included in ESG indexes that GPIF selected
"MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index"****
"MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index"*****

*Percentage of number of the outstanding shares before retirement.
**JPX-Nikkei Index 400 means 400 issues with high appeal. These are calculated using ROE (Return on equity) ,the total of operating profits for the past 3 years and market capitalization by Japan Exchange Group, Inc., Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. and Nikkei Inc.
***Global benchmark index for the global investors provided by FTSE, subsidiary of the London stock exchange, defined once in half year regarding market caps or liquidity.
****MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index: the index comprises companies that have high Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance in the top 500 Japanese companies by market capitalization.
*****MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index: the index comprises companies that have higher rates of female managers and employees among their workforce in the top 500 Japanese companies by market capitalization.