Stock Information

This section provides information about the Company's stock, including the number of issued shares and the breakdown of share ownership.


(as of December 31, 2023)

Listed Market Growth Market on the Tokyo Stock Exchange
Security Code 2195
Number of shares constituting one unit of stock 100
Total number of issued shares 17,556,360
Fiscal year Starts on January 1 and ends on December 31
Record date December 31
Ordinary general meeting of shareholders March
Administrator of shareholder registry The Stock Agency Transfer Department of Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.
Administrator's mailing address and telephone number 2-8-4 Izumi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168-8507, Japan

Dividend Policy

The AMITA Group's purpose is to achieve a sustainable society in which natural and relational capital will be enhanced in a virtuous circle as society grows. To put this purpose into practice, the Group implements stakeholder-centric business management that pursues the collective best interests of shareholders, clients, business partners, employees, and communities.

Achieving greater sustainability is, however, becoming challenging in this increasingly volatile business environment, in which the global supply chains and markets have lost momentum as growth drivers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, surging energy and materials costs, and other developments with global implications. It is, therefore, imperative for us to invest in developing new markets to become resilient against future risks. This attempt will enable the Group to become more competitive and increase its enterprise value, which will in turn ensure the Group's sustainability for the collective interests of stakeholders. This attempt will also enable the Group to return profit to stakeholders in the medium and long term.

Over the next several years, we will invest aggressively in developing and providing integrated new services to meet the growing needs of businesses and municipalities to achieve greater sustainability. During this period, we will return up to 10% of annual profit to shareholders as year-end dividends. When sustainable circular supply chains and local community networks are up and running as new growth drivers, and the Group establishes a more robust financial position and operating foundation, we will return up to 30% of annual profit to shareholders as dividends after retaining sufficient internal reserves. This will fulfill our commitment to returning a reasonable level of profit to stakeholders.

■Dividend Payment History

FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024
Dividend rate 3.00 yen 4.00 yen 4.00 yen
Dividend payout ratio 9.9% 22.8% 18.9%

Method of public notice

The Company posts public notices electronically to its website. In the event that an electronic public notice is impracticable as a result of an accident or for other unavoidable reasons, the Company will post public notices in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun [Japan Economic Daily].

Electronic Public Notice