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Code of Conducts

1. Basic Statement

We, in response to the request of all shareholders of the Aplix group (hereinafter referred to as “Our Group”), believe that a corporation’s accomplishment of its social responsibilities relates to the advancement of its corporate value. We would comply with the laws, as well as act with high standards of ethics, honesty and an inquiring mind always.

2. Basic Stance

(1) Towards all customers who use our products and services, it is our pleasure to deliver the highest satisfaction and always behave in a way that could be trusted.

We are aware of the social responsibilities that should be accomplished and we would not only observe the laws of Japan, but also international laws and ordinances. In aiming to become a trusted corporation in each country and region, we are to undertake corporate activities following the custom and social rules of every region.

(2) We are to respect the human rights of all the employees and act without discriminations.

In addition to respecting the employees’ diversity, personality and individuality, we comply with all labor related laws. We are to understand each other’s roles, always demonstrate our maximum competency and endeavor to make the office a place suitable for self-actualization and cooperation.

(3) Towards all our clients, we are to observe all laws and contracts, and do business in a fair and transparent way.

We comply with the antitrust related laws and other applicable rules, esteem the contracts with clients, and fulfill our obligations adequately according to the contracts. At the same time, we endeavor to build and maintain mutually trusting relationships with frequent communication.

(4) In order to let all shareholders and investors learn about Our Group, we would disclose all necessary information.

In addition to providing appropriate corporate information at proper time, we are to listen adequately to the voices of our customers and companies we work with, and endeavor to reflect those in our business activities.

(5) In order not to harm the important properties of Our Group, we are to work on daily businesses in compliance with internal policies and all rules.
1. Prohibition of insider transactions
We are not to use the undisclosed information of Our Group or other companies, which has been obtained from work, to trade stocks, and etc.
2. Management of proprietary information
We are to appropriately keep and manage the company’s proprietary information, endeavor to prevent disclosure and avoid illegal use of such information.
3. Protection of intellectual property righties
Prohibition of private use of company properties We are not to utilize the company’s equipments or PCs and mobile phones provided by the company for private use.
4. Prohibition of private use of company properties
We are not to utilize the company’s equipments or PCs and mobile phones provided by the company for private use.
(6) As a member of the regional society, we should proactively work on environmental protection and actively engage in activities which provide social contributions.
1. Environmental protection
We comply with all environmental protection related laws and actively work on preserving the environment by starting from the prevention of global warming.
2. Social contribution activities
As a member of the regional society, we actively engage in activities which provide social contributions.
(7) We do not have any relationship with any crime syndicate, but would maintain a healthy and appropriate relationship with politicians or civil service workers.
1. Rupture with antisocial forces
We keep a wholesome business culture by severing any relations with antisocial forces such as the crime syndicates or extortionists that threaten to disrupt the shareholder meetings and eliminating them from the business activities of Our Group completely.
2. Relationship with politicians and administrations
We are not to bribe politicians or civil service workers in return for receiving preferential treatments. We are to build and maintain an open and highly transparent relationship with them.

Enacted on August 14, 2009
Revised on June 17, 2011

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