IR FAQs

Business performance

Where can I obtain materials on business performance?

Please refer to the IR Library.

When is the next announcement of financial results?

Please refer to the IR Calendar.

Stocks

What is the securities code for JXTG Holdings?

The securities code is 5020. It remains unchanged from the securities code of the former JX Holdings. (The securities code of the former TonenGeneral Sekiyu, which has been delisted, was 5012.)

What is the number of issued shares per trading unit of JXTG Holdings?

There are 100 issued shares per trading unit. (The former JX Holdings had 100 issued shares per trading unit, and the former TonenGeneral Sekiyu had 1,000 issued shares per trading unit.)

Who is the administrator of the shareholder register?

The administrator is Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank. Affairs pertaining to JXTG Holdings stocks are entrusted to this bank. Please see the Guide to Stock Procedures for contact information.

How do I find out about procedures related to stocks?

Is there a special benefit plan for shareholders?

No, there isn't.

Do shareholders need to implement any special procedures for stocks exchanged in connection with the business integration?

No, shareholders do not need to implement any special procedures.

What is the share exchange ratio of the former JX Holdings and the former TonenGeneral Sekiyu?

2.55 shares of JXTG Holdings stock have been allotted for every share of the former TonenGeneral Sekiyu stock.

Is it possible to demand purchase of fractional shares (demand for purchase of fractional shares) or demand sale of a number of shares that combined with the fractional shares makes a single share unit (demand for sale of fractional shares)?

It is possible to make such demands to JXTG Holdings.
For details, please inquire at the reference contact given by the administrator of the shareholder register (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank) described in the Guide to Stock Procedures.

Receipt of dividends

What should I do if I lose or destroy a dividend receipt?

Please contact the reference contact given by the administrator of the shareholder register (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank) described in the Guide to Stock Procedures.
A Dividend Transfer Request Form will be sent to you. Please return this after affixing your seal to the "Receipt seal" column, specifying the method of transfer in the "Transfer method" column, and attaching a copy of an identity verification document. If you prefer that the transfer be made to an account other than that in the name of the shareholder, affix your registered seal to the "Receipt seal" column and return the form along with a certificate of seal impression.
If this is during the dividend payment term, the dividend will be paid by the specified method upon confirming non-payment following expiration of the payment term.

What happens if the term for receiving dividends through the post office expires?

Please return to the securities agency clerical center described in the Guide to Stock Procedures after affixing your seal to the "Receipt seal" column on the front of the dividend receipt, specifying the method of transfer in the "Transfer method" column, and attaching a copy of an identity verification document.
In addition, the divided will be paid if you take the dividend receipt to the Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank.

What methods are available for receiving dividends?

Dividends can be received by the following methods. Unless otherwise specified, method 4 will be adopted.

  1. 1.Transfer to a bank account
  2. 2.Transfer to a Japan Post Bank account
  3. 3.Transfer to a securities transaction account
  4. 4.Receipt at a window of Japan Post Bank or a post office after receiving the dividend receipt*
  • *Please be aware that delivery of the dividend receipt may be delayed depending on postal conditions.
    To ensure prompt and secure receipt of your dividend, we recommended that you use method 1 (transfer to a bank account) or method 2 (transfer to a Japan Post Bank account) above.

What procedures are required for receipt of dividends by transfer to a bank account or a Japan Post Bank account?

If you wish to receive your dividend by transfer to a bank account or a Japan Post Bank account, please apply at your securities company. If you have shares recorded in a special account*, please contact the reference contact given by the administrator of the shareholder register (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank) described in the Guide to Stock Procedures.

  • *A "special account" refers to a case where a stock certificate that was owned before the digitization of shares (not including a stock certificate that used the safe deposit of the securities company) or registered shares are managed in a "special account" that was opened by the administrator of the shareholder register (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank). In a "special account", it is not possible to conduct transfer or assignment procedures; therefore, in order to conduct purchase and sale, it is necessary to open a general account under the same name with the securities company and conduct transfer of shares.

What procedures are required for receipt of dividends in a securities transaction account?

If you wish to receive your dividend in a securities transaction account, please apply at your securities company.
Note: This applies not only our company's shares but to all shares you own.
Some securities companies do not allow dividends to be received in a securities transaction account. Please inquire with your securities company for details.
If you have shares recorded in a special account*, even if they are shares of a single brand, you cannot receive dividends in a securities transaction account.

  • *A "special account" refers to a case where a stock certificate that was owned before the digitization of shares (not including a stock certificate that used the safe deposit of the securities company) or registered shares are managed in a "special account" that was opened by the administrator of the shareholder register (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank). In a "special account", it is not possible to conduct transfer or assignment procedures; therefore, in order to conduct purchase and sale, it is necessary to open a general account under the same name with the securities company and conduct transfer of shares.

My dividend-related documents have not arrived yet. What should I do?

Dividend-related documents may not be delivered if change of address or change of name procedures have not been completed, or due to postal circumstances.
If your dividend-related documents have not arrived yet, please inquire at the reference contact given by the administrator of the shareholder register (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank) described in the Guide to Stock Procedures.

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