GENKAI Investment Advisor Co., Ltd. (the “Company”) declares the following basic policies to prevent damages caused by Anti-Social Forces.

 

  1. The Company shall reject any relationship with Anti-Social Forces.
  2. In order to prevent damages caused by Anti-Social Forces, the Company shall collaborate with external specialized organizations such as the police, the Center for the Elimination of Boryokudan and lawyers, and make a suitable response in an organized way.
  3. The Company shall reject any unreasonable demand from Anti-Social Forces and take legal actions in a resolute attitude.
  4. The Company shall never provide funding for or engage in backdoor dealings with Anti-Social Forces.
  5. The Company shall ensure the safety of its officers and employees who deal with unreasonable demands from Anti-Social Forces.

 


 

Anti-Social Forces shall mean a group or individual listed in the following items:

 

  1. an organized crime group (as specified in Article 2, Item 2 of the Act on Prevention of Unjust Acts by Organized Crime Group Members (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”));
  2. a member of an organized crime group (as specified in Article 2, Item 6 of the Act);
  3. a quasi-member of an organized crime group (person under certain control of an organized crime group or a member of an organized crime group who himself/herself is not a member of such group, but who may commit violent and illegal acts by using the power of an organized crime group (as specified in Article 2, Item 1 of the Act; hereinafter the same shall apply in this article), or who cooperates in the maintenance or management of an organized crime group by providing such group or a member of such group with funds, weapons, etc.);
  4. a company related to an organized crime group (company where a member of an organized crime group is substantively involved in its management or that is substantively managed by a quasi-member or ex-member of an organized crime group, and that actively cooperates or gets involved in the maintenance or management of an organized crime group by providing funding, or that actively utilizes an organized crime group in conducting its business and cooperates in the maintenance or management of such group);
  1. a corporate racketeer, etc. (person such as a corporate racketeer or a corporate hoodlum who may commit violent and illegal acts against business enterprises to pursue unlawful profits, which threatens the safety of people’s daily lives);
  2. a hoodlum engaging in criminal activities under the pretext of conducting social activities, etc. (person who may commit violent and illegal acts for unlawful profits by faking or professing social or political activities and threatens the safety of people’s daily lives);
  3. a crime group specialized in intellectual crimes (group or individual other than those described in the preceding items who plays a central part in structural injustice by using the power of an organized crime group against the backdrop of the relationship with such group or having a financial relationship with an organized crime group); or
  4. any other person equivalent to the preceding items.