The Ricoh Group Code of Conduct (Integrity in Corporate Activities)
3. Banning insider trading
The Ricoh Group shall not take advantage of insider information to which it gains access in the course of business to make profits nor do anything else that would undermine fair and healthy trading in securities.Actions
(1) No disclosures to third parties
Officers and Employees shall not, unless it is necessary in the ordinary course of business, obtain insider information concerning the Ricoh Group or other companies.
Again, if officers or employees have come to know insider information in the ordinary course of business, they shall not disclose it to third parties who do not have a need to know it in the performance of their duties.
Officers and Employees who have come to know insider information concerning the Ricoh Group or other companies either in the course of business or as a result of it, shall not trade the securities of the Ricoh Group nor or the other companies nor engage in any other related trades.
- * "Insider information" is unpublished information on increases (or reductions) in capitalization, agreements for business cooperation, sales figures, profits or other important internal information.