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Murakami Group Charter for Corporate Behavior
Murakami Group CSR Policy

A Corporation has a responsibility to contribute toward the economic development of society by creating added value and generating employment through fair competition and should also make their existence useful to society at large. To this end, Murakami Group, as a global corporate citizen with a strong sense of ethical values, respects human rights, complies with relevant laws and regulations, contributes toward sustainable development of society with care for the environment in a socially responsible manner, and discharges its social responsibility by acting in line with the following ten principles.

 
 

<Safety and Quality>

1.
We develop and provide socially beneficial and safe goods and services that give satisfaction to customers, consumers, and other members in society.
 

<Compliance>

2.
We engage in fair, transparent and free competition and ensure that transactions are appropriate. Also, we maintain a sound and proper relationship with political bodies and government agencies.
 

<Information Disclosure>

3.
We interact with the public in addition to communicating with shareholders, and actively and fairly disclose corporate information. Also, we protect and properly manage personal and customer data and other kinds of information.
 

<Human Rights and Labor Conditions>

4.
We respect diversity, individuality, and personality of directors and employees, and ensure a safe and comfortable working environment, thereby providing a sense of comfort and richness.
 

<Environmental Conservation>

5.
We proactively initiate measures in acknowledgment of environmental issues, the common challenges they pose to humanity and their importance to its existence and livelihood.
 

<Social Contributions>

6.
We actively contribute to society and involve in community activities as a good corporate citizen.
 

<Excluding anti-social forces>

7.
We resolutely confront antisocial forces and organizations that pose a threat to the order and security of civil society and sever all relations with such groups.
 

<Global Society>

8.
In line with the globalization of business activities, we comply with laws and regulations of the countries and regions where its business operations are based and respect human rights and other international norms of behavior. Also, we conduct business by taking into consideration the local culture and customs as well as the interests of stakeholders, and contribute toward the development of the local economy and society.
 

<Internal and External Implementation>

9.
The top management recognizes that it is its role to realize the spirit of this Charter and takes the lead in an exemplary manner to implement the Charter within the corporation and its entire corporate group, while encouraging its business clients to follow the same example. Furthermore, it should always try to keep abreast of what people inside and outside the corporation say and set up an effective mechanism throughout the corporation to implement the Charter.
 

<Risk Management>

10.
In case the Charter is violated, top management should clarify both internally and externally that it will take charge to resolve the situation, determine the cause of infringement and make efforts to prevent similar violations in the future. At the same time, top management should promptly make full public disclosure, explain what has occurred, and upon determining the source of competence and responsibility, impose strict disciplinary action against those held responsible, including top management itself.