Based on the Mitsui Fudosan Group Compliance Policies, the Mitsui Fudosan Group has positioned compliance as a key issue in Group management and works to comply with laws, regulations, and social norms, and implement fair and highly transparent corporate activities in accordance with corporate ethics.
Mitsui Fudosan has made the officer in charge of general administration the person responsible overall for compliance. In this role, they receive reports from the Compliance Management Department and others, and particularly important matters are reported to or submitted for discussion by the Board of Directors or the Executive Management Committee.
Said officer is also responsible for formulating a compliance-related action plan each fiscal year, including the enactment, revision, or abolition of company rules, the implementation of training regarding laws, regulations, or company rules, and the surveying and reporting of the situation regarding compliance with laws, regulations, or company rules. They are also responsible for implementing compliance activities based on this plan.
Group companies are also required to formulate and implement compliance promotion plans, and this is reported to and confirmed by the Company at the end of the fiscal year.
Mitsui Fudosan has established two points of contact providing consultation for employees of the Company, an internal contact and an external law firm. These contacts can provide consultation on issues regarding compliance with laws and regulations, as well as matters pertaining to the work environment.
Mitsui Fudosan provides compliance training to new employees and various directors and management-level employees of the Company, including newly appointed Group managers and officers, with the aim of improving compliance awareness. It also implements e-learning-based training for all directors and management-level employees.
|New employee training
|(April) * Implemented every month for dispatch and contract employees
|New officer training
|Newly appointed officers
|Study sessions held on preventing bribery, organized crime, information security, preventing insider trading, etc. (March)
|Officer compliance training
|Directors, executive managing officers, full-time corporate auditors, etc.
|Overseas compliance training
|International Division, employees assigned to overseas subsidiaries
|Explanation of compliance violation case studies including cases involving overseas companies, as well as sharing of the importance of preventing bribery, etc. (December)
|Training for local staff at overseas subsidiaries
|Local staff at overseas subsidiaries
|Training held on preventing bribery, protecting personal information, whistle-blowing systems, etc. (October, February)
|Companywide compliance training (e-learning)
|All staff, including corporate officers
|Awareness- raising activities
|All directors and employees
|Mitsui Fudosan Group Compliance Policy shared through internal bulletins and handbooks
|Information provided on topics and subjects that should be considered in regard to the execution of operations, such as “eliminating organized crime,” and “a warning regarding ransomware.” (April. July, October, February)
Mitsui Fudosan strictly forbids any kind of connection to organized crime and as a company, takes a firm stance in dealing with such groups. Each division of the Company also investigates and confirms that a transaction partner is not involved in organized crime before the transaction begins. Should the unlikely situation occur that forces the Company to face unwarranted demands or violent behavior from such organizations, it will contact the relevant police department and take any other action necessary, including legal measures.
Mitsui Fudosan will comply with all relevant laws, such as the Anti-Monopoly Act, and will avoid any conduct that could result in unfair transactions or unjust competition. It will engage with business connections sincerely as an equal partner and handle the procurement of goods and services based on fair standards.
Mitsui Fudosan does not discriminate due to sex, age, birthplace, nationality, race, ethnicity, creed, religion, disability, or any other grounds. The Company respects human rights and strives to maintain fair workplaces.
Mitsui Fudosan recognizes the importance of managing documents and information and strives to implement appropriate management based on its Information Management Rules, Document Rules, Information System Management Rules, and the like.
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