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Disclosure Information Management Regulations

LG Display Co., Ltd. Disclosure Information Management Regulations

Enacted on August 31, 2009

Article 1 (Purpose)

The purpose of this regulation is to set matters necessary for disclosure-related tasks and procedures, management of disclosure information, etc. in order to ensure that the Company's disclosure information is disclosed in a timely manner in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, and to prevent unfair trade by employees do.

Article 2 (Scope)

Matters related to the performance of disclosure duties and management of disclosure information are subject to the provisions of this regulation, except for those stipulated in laws, related regulations, or articles of incorporation.

Article 3 (Definition of Terms)

  • 1. “Disclosure information” refers to matters that may affect investors’ investment decisions regarding the Company’s management and property, etc., and the Act on the Capital Market and Financial Investment Business (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”) and the Enforcement Decree of the Act (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”). Hereinafter referred to as “the Young”), the Financial Services Commission (hereinafter referred to as “the Financial Services Commission”) regulations on the issuance and disclosure of securities (hereinafter referred to as the “issuance disclosure regulations”),
    Korea Exchange (hereinafter referred to as the “exchange”) (hereinafter referred to as “disclosure regulations”) of the securities market of the US Refers to the disclosures and related information stipulated in relevant laws such as THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 (hereinafter referred to as the “SEC Rule”) of the Securities and Exchange Commission (hereinafter referred to as “SEC”).
  • 2. “Disclosure documents” refer to reports submitted for disclosure (including electronic documents) and documents attached thereto.
  • 3. “Disclosure control system” refers to all business activities in which disclosure information is managed according to a certain control procedure in the relevant organization within the company.
  • 4. “Disclosure control organization” means the disclosure manager, disclosure department, and disclosure related department responsible for disclosure-related tasks such as creation, collection, review, document preparation, and approval in accordance with this regulation.
  • 5. “Person in charge of disclosure” refers to a person who is appointed by the CEO or CFO and is in charge of the company's disclosure affairs, and is registered with the Exchange as the person in charge of disclosure in accordance with Article 88 (1) of the Disclosure Regulations.
  • 6. The “disclosure department” refers to the department in charge of the company's disclosure duties in accordance with the company's business and organization regulations. In this case, the disclosure department must have two or more “disclosure officers” registered with the exchange in accordance with Article 88 (2) of the Disclosure Regulations.
  • 7. “Disclosure-related department” refers to a department that performs tasks related to the company's disclosure information, such as finance, legal affairs, business PR, IR, strategy, management planning, and accounting.
  • 8. “Periodical disclosure” refers to submit a business report, semi-annual report, or quarterly report including the company's information such as financial situation and business performanceto the Financial Services Commission or the Exchange in accordance with Article 159, Article 160, Article 165 of the Act, Article 168, Article 170 of the Enforcement Decree, Article 4-3 of the Issuance Disclosure Regulation and Article 21 of the Disclosure Regulation, or submit filing a related report (Form 20-F) with the US SEC according to the US SEC Rule.
  • 9. “Occasional disclosure” refers to the disclosure of major business matters and reporting or disclosing to the exchange in accordance with Article 7 of the Disclosure Regulations, key facts or decisions affecting investment decisions related to the Company’s business activities.< /li>
  • 10. “Fair disclosure” means when the Company selectively provides information that is not subject to disclosure under relevant laws or that has not reached the disclosure deadline, Articles 15 and 16 of the Disclosure Regulations and the Fair Disclosure Operating Standards of the Exchange In accordance with the Act, the information is disclosed to the exchange so that general investors can learn it at the same time or until it is selectively provided to a specific person.
  • 11. “Inquiry and disclosure” refers to the confirmation of the truth of rumors and reports related to the Company, or the disclosure of information upon request from the Exchange pursuant to Article 12 of the Disclosure Regulations.
  • 12. “Voluntary disclosure” means that the Company determines that it may have a significant impact on the company's management, property, and investor's investment judgment other than the occasional disclosure in Paragraph 9, or that it is necessary to disclose information that is not subject to disclosure. In this case, it refers to the disclosure on the exchange in accordance with Article 28 of the Disclosure Regulations and Article 8 of the Concurrent Regulations.
  • 13. “Issuance disclosure and report on major issues” refers to filing a report with the FSC or submitting a report to the SEC in accordance with the US SEC Rule regarding matters concerning the change of the company's organization, such as solicitation and sales of securities, merger, division, business transfer, etc., or the acquisition and disposal of treasury stocks, etc. in accordance with Act Article 119, Article 121 to Article 123, Article 130, Article 161, Decree Article 120 to Article 122, Article 137, Article 171, Issuance and Disclosure Regulation Articles 2-4, Article 2- Article 6, Article 2-14, Article 2-17, Article 4-5, Article 5-8 to Article 5-10, and Article 5-15.
  • 14. “Form 6-K” means disclosing all disclosures made in Korea to the SEC.
  • 15. The terms used in this regulation shall be governed by the examples of terms used in the relevant laws and regulations, except as otherwise provided in this regulation.

Article 4 (Rights and Responsibilities)

  • 1. Disclosure Officer
    1. 1) The person in charge of disclosure is appointed by the CEO or CFO.
    2. 2) The disclosure manager oversees the design and operation of the disclosure control system and performs the following duties.
      1. ① Tasks related to review, approval, and enforcement of disclosure information and documents (including related documents. The same applies hereafter)
      2. ② Measures necessary for employees to comply with regulations related to disclosure (conducting related training, preparing guidelines, etc.)
      3. ③ Identification of disclosure risk factors and establishment and implementation of countermeasures
      4. ④ Deciding whether or not to disclose matters that are not explicitly specified to be disclosed in the relevant laws and the scope of the disclosure
      5. ⑤ Directing and supervising the disclosure department
    3. 3) The person in charge of disclosure has the following rights if necessary for performing his/her duties.
      1. ① Request for submission of various books and records related to disclosure matters and right to read
      2. ② Right to listen to opinions of employees of the accounting department or departments related to the creation of public information and documents
    4. 4) The person in charge of disclosure may consult with the executives in charge if necessary in performing his/her duties and may listen to the opinions of external experts.
  • 2. Disclosure Department
    1. 1) The representative director or CFO shall form a department in charge of disclosure, including a person with specialized knowledge regarding disclosure, and appoint two of them as the person in charge of disclosure in accordance with Article 88 (2) of the Disclosure Regulations.
    2. 2) The disclosure department is under the direction of the disclosure manager in relation to disclosure and performs the following tasks.
      1. ① Collection and review of various disclosure information
      2. ② Preparation of disclosure documents and execution of disclosure
      3. ③ Establish an annual disclosure preparation plan and check the progress
      4. ④ Review of measures necessary to comply with laws, such as regular inspection of the enactment and revision of disclosure-related laws, and report to the person responsible for disclosure
      5. ⑤ Identification, inspection, evaluation, and management of disclosure risks at the company-wide level
      6. ⑥ Other matters deemed necessary by the CEO, CFO, or disclosure manager
  • 3. Disclosure Department
    1. 1) The head of each disclosure department must deliver information about it to the disclosure department in a timely manner in the case of any of the following items.
      1. ① When disclosures stipulated in the disclosure laws occur or are expected to occur
      2. ② In case the judgment on whether to disclose or not is unclear because it is a matter that has a significant impact on the management of the company
      3. ③ In the event that a reason for cancellation or change of previously disclosed matters occurs or is expected to occur
      4. ④ In case of receiving a request from the person in charge of disclosure or the head of the disclosure department
    2. 2) In case of delivering the disclosure information in the preceding paragraph, the head of each disclosure department shall deliver a copy of the relevant contents and necessary evidence and reference materials to the disclosure department in writing and keep the original copy. However, if it is urgent or there are unavoidable reasons, it may be delivered by an appropriate method other than a document, but a copy of the relevant content may be delivered as a document afterwards.

Article 5 (Disclosure Control Activities and Operation)

  • 1. Regular Disclosure
    1. 1) A company must prepare regular disclosure documents and submit them to the FSC, the Exchange and the SEC within the disclosure deadline.
    2. 2) The head of the disclosure department shall check the disclosure items and schedule for disclosure of regular disclosure matters, and establish an annual disclosure work plan including division of duties for each disclosure-related department.
    3. 3) The head of the disclosure department shall synthesize the information received from each disclosure-related department, prepare a regular disclosure document according to the format and method prescribed by the relevant laws and submit it to the disclosure manager.
    4. 4) The head of the disclosure department must obtain the approval of the disclosure manager and the CEO to conduct regular disclosure within the statutory submission deadline. In this case, if certification of the CEO, etc. is required in accordance with relevant laws, the certification shall be attached.
    5. 5) The person in charge of disclosure reviews whether the regular disclosure documents submitted by the team leader in charge of disclosure are properly prepared in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, and the accuracy and completeness of the information disclosed through the disclosure documents, and sends them to the CEO, and must have the head of the disclosure department make the disclosure with the approval of the CEO.
    6. 6) The CEO must directly check and review the adequacy of the regular disclosure documents reported by the disclosure manager, and then approve them, and perform the necessary certifications under relevant laws.
    7. 7) The disclosure department and the team leader of the disclosure department related to the preparation of regular disclosure documents shall immediately check the appropriateness of the disclosure content after disclosure, and the team leader shall take necessary measures such as correction and disclosure to correct them immediately if there are any errors or omissions in the inspection results.
  • 2. Timely Disclosure
    1. 1) The company must prepare a timely-disclosure document and submit it to the exchange within the disclosure deadline.
    2. 2) When a timely-disclosure event occurs or is expected to occur, and when a reason for cancellation or change of previously disclosed information occurs or is expected to occur, the disclosure department shall immediately deliver the information to the disclosure department. When a request for supplementation of the information in Paragraph 1 or submission of additional data is requested by the head of the disclosure department, he/she shall respond immediately.
    3. 3) When the disclosure department receives information on timely-disclosure matters from the disclosure-related department, it shall immediately review whether the information falls under the disclosure matters, and review the accuracy and completeness of the information. If necessary, the head of the disclosure department may request the disclosure related department to supplement information or submit additional data.
    4. 4) As a result of reviewing the preceding paragraph by the head of the disclosure department team, if the contents fall under a timely-disclosure matter, the information review contents and occasional disclosure documents must be prepared and reported to the disclosure manager, and the disclosure manager’s approval In accordance with the disclosure method stipulated in the relevant laws and regulations, the disclosure shall be carried out. However, in cases where it is difficult to obtain approval from the person in charge of disclosure, such as the absence of a person in charge of disclosure, the head of the disclosure department may execute the disclosure, and in this case, it must be reported to the person in charge of disclosure afterwards.
    5. 5) The head of the disclosure department shall conduct disclosure by reviewing whether the timely-disclosure matters fall under Article 11-2 of the Monopoly Regulation and Fair Trade Act.
    6. 6) The person in charge of disclosure shall review whether the contents of the review in Paragraph 4 and disclosure documents are properly prepared in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations, and approve the disclosure.
    7. 7) 1. The provisions of paragraph 7 of regular disclosure also apply to timely disclosure.
  • 3. Fair Disclosure
    1. 1) The company must prepare a fair disclosure document and submit it to the exchange within the disclosure deadline.
    2. 2) A provider of fair disclosure information (referring to the person specified in Article 15, Paragraph 2 of the Disclosure Regulations) shall not provide fair disclosure matters to persons (referring to the person specified in Article 15, Paragraph 3 of the Disclosure Regulations) subject to fair disclosure information in a detour before disclosure through various ratios and scales of increase or decrease.
    3. 3) In the case of fair disclosure, disclosures related to the information subject to fair disclosure include the person in charge of disclosure, the person in charge of disclosure, and relevant departments and their contact information so that inquiries from investors who want to know detailed information related to the content of fair disclosure can be made easily. In addition, if there is a request from the exchange, the information on the summary of fair disclosure and the address of the website shall be disclosed to the exchange, and the summary and the original text shall be posted on the website of the Company.
    4. 4) 1. The provisions of paragraph 7 of the regular disclosure and paragraph 2 of the 2. Timely Disclosure disclosure apply to fair disclosure.
  • 4. Inquiry Disclosure
    1. 1) The company must prepare the inquiry disclosure document and submit it to the exchange within the disclosure deadline.
    2. 2) When the head of the disclosure department receives a request for disclosure from the exchange, he/she shall immediately check the facts and the existence of important information, prepare disclosure documents, and obtain approval from the disclosure manager to respond to inquiry disclosure. In addition, the team leader of the disclosure department may request data submission or statement of opinion from each disclosure-related department to check the facts or the existence of material information, and in this case, the disclosure-related department must comply with it.
    3. 3) In the case where the head of the disclosure department discloses that it is in the process of making a decision when requested for inquiry and disclosure (hereinafter referred to as ‘unconfirmed disclosure’), he or she shall grasp the final details or progress of the disclosure matters, obtain approval from the disclosure manager, and re-disclose within 1 month from the unconfirmed disclosure date. 3) In this case, if it is judged that it is practically impossible to execute the re-disclosure within one month, the re-disclosure deadline shall be specified and the disclosure shall be implemented.
    4. 4) 1. Paragraph 7 of Regular Disclosure, and Paragraph 6 of Paragraph 6 of Timely Disclosure apply to inquiry disclosure.
  • 5. Voluntary Disclosure
    1. 1) The company may prepare voluntary disclosure documents and submit them to the exchange within the disclosure deadline if necessary.
    2. 2) The disclosure manager collects necessary information and prepares disclosure documents for the disclosure department team leader in the event that matters deemed necessary for voluntary disclosure or reasons for cancellation or change of previously disclosed contents occur or are expected to occur can be instructed.
    3. 3) When the head of the disclosure department determines that voluntary disclosure is necessary, or there is a reason for cancellation or change of previously disclosed contents, or is expected to occur, or when there is an instruction from the person in charge of disclosure according to the preceding paragraph, you may request the disclosure-related team leader to provide necessary information or submit data.
    4. 4) When the head of the disclosure-related department determines that voluntary disclosure is necessary, or when a reason for cancellation or change of previously disclosed contents occurs or is expected to occur, or in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph, if a request for provision of necessary information or data is received from the head of the disclosure department, he or she must immediately deliver information or data on this in writing to the disclosure department.
    5. 5) When the team leader of the disclosure-related department receives a request from the team leader of the disclosure-related department to supplement the notice in the preceding paragraph or to submit additional data, he/she shall respond immediately.
    6. 6) 1. Paragraphs 7 of Regular Disclosure and 2. Paragraphs 3, 4, 5, and 6 of Timely Disclosure apply to self-disclosure.
  • 6. Issuance Disclosure and Report on Major Issues
    1. 1) The company must prepare the issuance disclosure and report on major issues and submit it to the FSC and the SEC within the disclosure deadline.
    2. 2) 1. The provisions of paragraphs 5 and 7 of regular disclosure apply to issuance, disclosure and reporting of major matters in the preceding paragraph.
    3. 3) Regarding the reporting of major matters under Article 161, Paragraph 1, Subparagraph 1, 5, and 9 of the Act, Paragraph 2 and/or 7 of Timely Disclosure shall apply.
  • 7. Form 6-K
    1. 1) The company must submit the same disclosure documents to the SEC for all disclosures made in Korea. However, within the scope of the disclosure regulations and the SEC Rule, some of the domestic disclosure contents may be reduced or supplemented and disclosed according to domestic and international economic conditions and the company's business environment.
    2. 2) For matters related to the preparation and procedure of disclosure, the relevant matters among the contents of Article 5 1~6 shall apply.

Article 6 (Evaluation and Management of Disclosure Risk)

  • 1. The disclosure manager shall ensure that the following disclosure risks, which may negatively affect the accuracy, completeness, fairness and timeliness of disclosure information, are checked in a timely manner and continuously managed.
    1. 1) Financial information error: Disclosure risk due to discrepancy between the actual financial position and the disclosure content caused by mistakes in accounting processing or inconsistency in communication between the person in charge
    2. 2) Insufficient information in the form, error in description: Risk of disclosure due to omission or error in the information required in the form related to disclosure due to lack of understanding of the instructions, etc., typos, etc.
    3. 3) Unclearness, insufficiency, and inaccuracy of disclosure content: use of technical terms and abbreviations that are difficult for the general public to understand, lack of sufficient explanation of related contents, and disclosure risk due to discrepancy between the actual occurrence and the disclosure contents li>
    4. 4) Non-fulfillment of the obligation to comply with the disclosure deadline under the relevant laws: The risk of disclosure in case of failure to comply with the disclosure deadline due to delay in information delivery, delay in payment, or misunderstanding of the disclosure deadline
    5. 5) Omission, concealment, or reduction of disclosure matters: Risk of disclosure due to omission of disclosure due to misunderstanding of disclosure obligations or concealment or reduction of negative information about the company
    6. 6) Risk of disclosure of forecast information: Risk of disclosure due to whether the forecast information is not based on reasonable grounds or assumptions, intentionally false statements, or omission of important information
    7. 7) Leakage of undisclosed information: Disclosure risk when information that is not disclosed to the public is leaked through abnormal channels, such as being selectively provided to specific people by executives and employees
    8. 8) Risks from changes in the disclosure system: Changes in disclosure-related laws, changes in government policies, changes in the exchange market to which the company belongs, disclosure risk that may arise due to changes in the person in charge or practice of the relevant supervisory authority and market operating organization
    9. 9) Change of disclosure manager: Disclosure risk that may occur due to interruption of information succession or loss of continuity in performance of disclosure obligations due to change of disclosure manager
    10. 10) Risk of disclosure that may negatively affect other disclosure information
  • 2. In the event that a disclosure risk arises or is likely to occur in the course of performing disclosure-related tasks, each disclosure-related department shall immediately deliver this to the disclosure department and take appropriate management to prevent any disclosure risk from occurring according to the instructions of the disclosure manager.
  • 3. The disclosure department oversees the inspection and management of disclosure risks at the company-wide level, and the head of the disclosure department shall separately classify major disclosure risks, which have a large impact on the company, and conduct daily and monthly inspections to ensure proper inspection and management.

Article 7 (Routine Monitoring)

  • 1. If necessary, the disclosure-related department and the disclosure department team leader and the disclosure manager check whether disclosure-related tasks are being processed according to the disclosure control system through daily monitoring, and, if vulnerabilities are discovered, take necessary measures to correct and improve them in a timely manner and check the implementation of the measures afterwards.
  • 2. For daily monitoring, the disclosure-related department and the disclosure department team leader and the disclosure manager can approve documents, request the submission of reference materials, interview employees related to disclosure information, and listen to opinions from the accounting department, etc.

Article 8 (Inspection of Operational Progress and Evaluation of Operational Performance)

  • 1. If necessary, the person in charge of disclosure shall check the operating status of the disclosure control system and evaluate the performance of the disclosure in consideration of the following:
    1. 1) Whether the disclosure control system designed and operated by the Company contributes to continuous and accurate information production and reduction of disclosure risk
    2. 2) Whether there are any illegal or defective parts in our disclosure control system
    3. 3) Whether there are sufficient procedures to check the accuracy of financial and non-financial information
    4. 4) Whether sufficient pre-review and post-inspection are being carried out on the disclosures made by the Company
    5. 5) Whether all parties involved in our disclosure control process understand their responsibilities
    6. 6) Whether or not the evaluation and management of previously occurring disclosure risks and major disclosure risks are being carried out appropriately
  • 2. The person in charge of disclosure shall take necessary measures to improve the weaknesses in control revealed through the operational status check and operational performance evaluation of the disclosure control system, and shall check whether the measures in the preceding paragraph are being implemented or not.

Article 9 (Prohibition of unfair trade by employees_Prohibition of use of undisclosed material information)

  • 1. Executives and employees shall not use, or allow others to use, undisclosed material information (hereinafter referred to as 'undisclosed material information') related to the work prescribed in Article 174 (1) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as 'specified securities, etc.') for the sale or other transactions of specific securities, etc. as stipulated in Article 172 (1) of the Act.< /li>
  • 2. The CEO, CFO, or person in charge of disclosure shall take necessary measures so that undisclosed material information can be managed in accordance with each of the following subparagraphs.
    1. 1) Documents containing undisclosed material information must be kept in a safe place where only authorized executives and employees can use it.
    2. 2) Executives and employees shall not discuss important, undisclosed information in places where others can hear the conversation, such as in elevators and hallways.
    3. 3) Documents containing undisclosed material information must not be kept in a public place, and when the documents are destroyed, they must be destroyed so that the contents of the documents cannot be grasped through appropriate methods such as shredding.
    4. 4) Executives and employees must maintain the security of their non-disclosed important information not only outside the company but also inside the company.
    5. 5) Electronic transmission of documents related to undisclosed important information by fax or computer communication should be performed only when security is guaranteed.
    6. 6) Unnecessary copying of documents containing undisclosed important information should be avoided as much as possible, and documents should be organized promptly in a meeting room or work-related place.
    7. 7) Extra copies of documents containing undisclosed material information must be completely destroyed by shredding or other methods.
  • 3. Executives and employees shall not divulge important, undisclosed information of the company. However, if undisclosed material information is unavoidably shared with the counterparty of the transaction, legal representative, external auditor, etc., the disclosure manager or the head of the disclosure department should be contacted in advance to ensure that the information is shared only within the necessary limits.
  • 4. In the event that an employee unintentionally divulges undisclosed material information, he/she shall notify the fact to the head of the disclosure department without delay.
  • 5. The head of the disclosure department who has received the notice in the preceding paragraph shall report the fact to the person in charge of disclosure and take necessary measures such as fair disclosure upon receiving the instructions.
  • 6. Paragraphs 1 through 5 apply to the prohibition on the use of undisclosed important information of the Company's affiliates to executives and employees.

Article 10 (Prohibition of Unfair Trade by Employees_Return of Profits from Short-Term Trading)

  • 1. Our executives and employees in charge of strategy, finance, accounting, IR, legal affairs, business planning, business division planning and management, public relations team, and CTO employees sell or sell specific securities within 6 months after purchasing 6 If you purchase within a month and make a profit, you must return the profit to the company in accordance with the provisions of Article 172 of the Act.
  • 2. When the head of the disclosure department receives a request from the company's shareholders to request the return of profits from the company's executives and employees who have made short-term arbitrage transactions (Including those who hold equity securities or depository securities in addition to stock certificates. Hereinafter, the same shall apply in this Article.), they must report it to the person in charge of disclosure.
  • 3. The person in charge of disclosure shall proceed with the necessary procedures to receive the profit back to the employee within two months from the date of receiving the request in the preceding paragraph.
  • 4. The person in charge of disclosure shall ensure that the following matters are disclosed on the Company's website without delay for two years from the date of receipt of notice of short-term trading gains from the Securities and Futures Commission (hereinafter referred to as the "Security Commission"). However, this is not the case when short-term trading profits are returned.
    1. 1) The status of the person who should return the short-term trading profits
    2. 2) Short-term trading profit amount (referring to the sum of each executive/employee or major shareholder)
    3. 3) The day the SSC was notified of the short-term trading profit
    4. 4) Plan to claim the return of short-term trading profits of the relevant corporation
    5. 5) The shareholders of the corporation (Including those who own equity securities or depository securities other than stock certificates. Hereafter the same shall apply in this subparagraph) may request the corporation to file a request for the return of the profits from short-term trading to the person who has earned the profits from short-term trading, In this case, the shareholder may make a claim on behalf of the corporation.

Article 11 (Press Release)

  • 1. If the head of the public relations team intends to distribute press releases to mass media such as the press, it shall be communicated to the public disclosure department in advance to confirm the disclosure.
  • 2. When the information delivered through the press release falls under the fair disclosure requirements of Article 5, the head of the disclosure department shall prepare a fair disclosure document and disclose it in a fair manner with the approval of the person in charge of disclosure.

Article 12 (market rumors)

  • 1. In principle, the company does not make any comments about market rumors.
  • 2. The person in charge of disclosure or the head of the disclosure department shall check whether the contents of the market rumors are consistent with important information that has not been disclosed through an opinion inquiry on the relevant disclosure related department, etc., and if they match, necessary measures shall be taken so that the relevant information is immediately disclosed.
  • 3. The disclosure manager or the disclosure department head shall establish and implement appropriate countermeasures if it is determined that the matter may negatively affect the interests of the company even if the contents of market rumors do not match material information that has not been disclosed.
  • 4. When a request for disclosure of company-related information is received from shareholders and stakeholders, the disclosure officer shall determine whether to provide the relevant information by reviewing the legality of the request. If the information provided falls under the subject of fair disclosure or has an impact on investment judgment and stock price, necessary measures shall be taken so that the information can be disclosed to the public at the same time (or until information is provided) as the information to the person who requested the provision.

Article 13 (Training)

The person in charge of disclosure and the person in charge of disclosure must complete education on disclosure tasks in accordance with Article 88, Paragraph 4 of the Disclosure Regulations, and if the person in charge of disclosure deems it necessary, employees of the disclosure-related department and each disclosure-related department with a high frequency of disclosure information in order for employees to fully understand the disclosure control system and perform related duties properly, disclosures and regulations related to disclosure may be notified through electronic documents, and employees may be trained on this.

Article 14 (Disciplinary Actions)

Disciplinary actions for executives and employees who violate this regulation shall be in accordance with the provisions of the company's personnel regulations and other related regulations. Addendum: This regulation is effective from September 1, 2009.

Electronic Filings

Electronic Filings
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2020 36th Financial Statement DOWNLOAD
2020 External Auditor Appointment Announcement DOWNLOAD
2019 35th Financial Statement DOWNLOAD
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2018 34th Financial Statement DOWNLOAD
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