Initiatives for Supporting Business Activities

The financial and capital markets are built on the trust and confidence of participants.
We believe that maintaining trust and trust in us is essential not only for continuing our business activities, but also for meeting the expectations of our stakeholders.

The Daiwa Securities Group has clearly separated management oversight and business execution functions, and has built a highly transparent and objective corporate governance system. In addition to the executive officers of the Daiwa Securities Group headquarters, we aim to create a management system that maximizes the efficiency of the head office and maximizes the synergies between Group companies.

The Daiwa Securities Group's corporate philosophy is "building trust," "Placing importance on personnel" "contributing to society," and "Maintaining healthy earnings results." The Group considers compliance as an important condition for realizing these corporate philosophies, and its compliance-related efforts go beyond mere compliance with laws and regulations, and earn the trust of customers, markets, society and shareholders. I understand it.

The Daiwa Securities Group believes that while pursuing profitability and growth potential, it is important to appropriately recognize, evaluate, and effectively manage various risks associated with business. We will maintain a sound financial and profit structure that balances risk and return, and strive to continuously increase corporate value through appropriate risk management.

The Daiwa Securities Group has set up and is promoting an IT platform to drive digital transformation as an IT strategy (IT basic policy) in the medium-term management plan "Passion for the Best" 2020. We are also working to further strengthen IT governance in order to respond to the diversification of our business portfolio and the evolution of technology.

The Daiwa Securities Group stipulates in its corporate philosophy that it "contributes to the sustainable development of society with high ethical standards", and aims to further improve the corporate culture based on the fundamental philosophy of respecting human rights, and conduct human rights education and education. We are further strengthening our initiatives for To this end, we respect the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, ISO 26000, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and the Act on the Promotion of Human Rights Education and Awareness, and are members of the United Nations Global Compact.

The Daiwa Securities Group is committed to promoting communication with shareholders and investors. We will promote better communication with shareholders and investors and strive to provide easy-to-understand information.

Daiwa Securities Group regularly checks documents disclosed by major business partners, including providers of IT equipment and services, as well as news reports about these companies and their reputation on the Internet in order to address issues in the Group's supply chain, including those related to the environment, society, human rights, information and cyber security.