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Overview of Shares (As of February 28, 2021)

Securities Code 9793
Listing First sections of Tokyo and Nagoya stock exchanges
Trading Unit 100 shares
Shares Authorized 79,200,000
Shares Outstanding 43,000,000
Number of Stockholders 4,751
Shareholder Registry Administrator Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation

Major Shareholders

Major Shareholders Shares (Thousands) Ownership (%)
Custody Bank of Japan, Ltd. 6,868 16.0%
The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd. 4,102 9.5%
Kodomo Mirai Kenkyusho 2,150 5.0%
MUFG Bank,Ltd. 1,323 3.0%
Hiroyuki Ito 1,061 2.4%
Kiyoko Ito 1,043 2.4%
Hakutai 1,023 2.3%
Asset Management Co., Ltd. 931 2.1%

Share Ownership by Shareholder Category

Individuals 18.2%
Financial Institutions 32.1%
Other Companies 12.3%
Foreign Companies 35.8%
Securities Firms 1.0%
Self Nominal 0.4%

Share Ownership by Region

Hokkaido 0.0%
Tohoku 0.0%
Kanto 33.3%
Chubu 29.3%
Kinki 1.0%
Chugoku 0.1%
Shikoku 0.0%
Kyushu 0.1%
Overseas 35.8%

Closing Date, etc.

Closing Date End of February
Ordinary general meeting of shareholders May
Record Date End of February
Record date (final date) for year-end dividend End of February
Record date (final date) for interim dividend August 31


  Year ended
February 28, 2017
Year ended
February 28, 2018
Year ended
February 28, 2019
Year ended
February 29, 2020
Year ended
February 28, 2021
Interim dividend (Yen) 14.00 14.50 20.00 23.00 28.00
Year-end dividend (Yen) 15.00 25.50 26.00 33.00 28.00
Annual (Yen) 29.00 40.00 46.00 56.00 56.00
Payout ratio (%) 30.2% 29.3% 32.1% 34.0% 36.7%

Basic Policy on Allocating Profits

Daiseki places topmost management importance on the principle of stable shareholder returns, paying dividends to shareholders in line with business performance. Consequently, we determine dividends by taking into overall consideration performance trends, the operating environment and our dividend payout ratio, while at the same time recognizing the need to reinforce our operating base and business structure. We also take into account the need to internal reserves for business development over the medium to long term.
Our basic policy is to distribute surplus funds twice a year, as interim and year-end dividends. The general meeting of shareholders determines year-end dividends, while the Board of Directors decides interim dividends.
We gradually rise our dividend payout ratio by maintaining the dividend increase rate that exceeds the profit increase rate, and execute stock splits and share buybacks as necessary. We actively promote shareholder returns in line with the improvement of business performance.
In order to strengthen our management base and corporate structure and prepare for medium to long term business development, we intend to enhance internal reserves and actively invest in capital investment and technological development.

Share Price Information

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Rating Information

Rating Agency Rating Announcement Date
Rating and Investment Information, Inc. A- December 10,2020

Shareholders Meeting

Notice of The 63rd ordinary general meeting of shareholdersPDF file Open