October 1, 2008.
When incorporating "Colony Life" which we operated as a personal website in 2003, we chose COLOPL, the famous name of the "Colony Life☆PLUS" at the time of our establishment, to keep in mind our beginnings.
We are developing the following four businesses: ① game business, ② VR business, ③ investment business, and ④ other businesses.
We are developing a wide range of businesses centered on entertainment, such as ① providing smartphone games in Japan and overseas, ②providing services for virtual reality devices, ③ investing in domestic and international VR/AR, entertainment and Business to Consumer companies, ④In addition, we are developing a wide range of other businesses with entertainment as the core.
Please be sure to refer to the "Business Description" on our website as well.
The Company listed on the Mothers section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange on December 13, 2012.
On April 22, 2014, the market was changed to First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and is currently listed on Prime Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to the Market Restructuring on April 4, 2022.
Financial results are announced on a quarterly basis.
Please refer to the "IR Calendar" on our website for detailed schedules.
The Company holds quarterly financial results briefings for institutional investors and analysts, and does not hold briefings for individual investors.
The Company's financial results briefing materials and Q&A are posted on the Company's website in the "Presentation Materials".
In order to prevent the leakage of financial information and ensure fairness, the period from about one to two weeks before the end of the quarterly financial closing date to the announcement date of each financial closing is a "silent period." Please refer to the "IR Calendar" on our website for detailed schedules.
The Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders will be held in December of each year.
Please refer to the "IR Calendar" on our website for detailed schedules.
At present, there is no shareholder benefit program.
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust and Banking Corporation.
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For the procedures of our shares, please contact the securities company that has opened the account in principle.
For shareholders using special accounts, please contact Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, a special account management institution.
Please refer to "General Stock Information" on our website.
The Company implemented a stock split as follows.
June 1, 2013: 5-for-1 common stock split for shareholders of record at the time of May 31, 2013
October 1, 2013: 3-for-1 common stock split for shareholders of record on September 30, 2013
5,650yen (December 13, 2012)
The Company conducted two stock splits: a 5-for-1 stock split on June 1, 2013, and a 3-for-1 stock split on October 1, 2013. Adjusting the initial value at the time of public offering to the value after splitting will result in 376 yen.
As of the end of March 2020, analysts of securities companies, research institutes and other organizations (abbreviated names) who provide opinions, forecasts, and recommendations on our business results, etc. are as follows.
- ・Okasan Securities Co., Ltd. (Mr. Masashi Morita)
- ・Ichiyoshi Economic Research Institute Co., Ltd. (Mr. Yasuyoshi Mimura)
- ・Credit Swiss Security Co., Ltd. (Ms. Hanako Takahashi)
- ・Daiwa Securities Co. Ltd. (Mr. Takao Suzuki)
- ・Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd. (Mr. Takeshi Koyama)
- ※This report is based on information available at the time of publication and contains only information that has been approved by the customer.
It should be noted, therefore, that there may be analysts who are not listed in the list and that we do not support or sponsor any of the analysts listed.
Implementation is made.
The Company's basic policy is to ensure that cash is available to ensure sustainability and to allow for agile growth investments, and to provide a stable and continuous return to shareholders for the portion of the Company's cash that exceeds these standards. We pay dividends with a greater awareness of DOE, based on a comprehensive consideration of consolidated financial results and cash flow and other factors.
Dividends are paid to shareholders registered in the shareholders' register as of September 30 of each year.
It is necessary to purchase from September 30 every year, which is the record date for dividends, until the last day of the right dates (excluding holidays and holidays) before three business days.
The information is sent to shareholders as of September 30 of each year after the Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders held in December of the same year.
Dividend receipts will be sent after the Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders held in December of each year. You should receive it at the nearest post office by the time of the payment, with a sealing. Those who have made an account transfer in advance will be deposited directly to their bank account after the close of the General Meeting of Shareholders on the business day after the end of the General Meeting of Shareholders.
If the payment period at the post office expires, the dividend can be paid for a certain period by Sumitomo Mitsui Trust and Banking Corporation, which is an administrator of the register of shareholders. See here for details.
The Sumitomo Mitsui Trust and Banking Company, Limited, a shareholder registry administrator, can pay dividends after the payment period at the post office. See here for details.
Please confirm that we have held our shares on September 30, every year, which is the record date for dividends, by the last day with rights (excluding holidays and holidays) three business days prior to the date of dividends. Please contact Sumitomo Mitsui Trust and Banking Company Securities Department (toll-free: 0120-782-031), a shareholder registry administrator.
Please contact us after checking the contact points for the details of various inquiries.
The basic concept of corporate governance is to make fair, logical, and speedy decisions based on collaborative innovation with all stakeholders, including users, business partners, employees, local communities, and shareholders, with the aim of enhancing corporate value. Our basic policy is to strike a balance between the functions of decision-making, business execution, and management oversight so that the President and Representative Director, who is also a major shareholder, can make accurate judgments and execute business.
With the aim of further strengthening our corporate governance system and further improving the soundness and transparency of our management, we have shifted to a company with an audit and others committee at the general meeting held on December 18, 2015.
The CG Report and the Internal Control Report are available on the "Other Reports" section of our website.
We engage in a variety of CSR activities focusing on three areas: ① society, ② local communities, and ③ the next generation.
① In addition to initiatives that allow users and consumers to use our services safely and healthily, we also conduct activities aimed at nurturing the next generation of human resources. These include social contribution activities such as disaster relief and paraathlete support; ② activities that contribute to the revitalization of local communities and the resolution of issues; and ③ support for student creators through the Kuma Foundation, as well as the acceptance of corporate visits mainly by junior and senior high school students.
For details, please refer to "CSR" on our website.