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Dividends for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2022

Regarding the dividend for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2022, the severe business environment due to the spread of COVID-19 continued and we recorded a consecutive operating loss, but in light of the progress being made in "management reforms," we have set a dividend of ¥5 per share.

Dividends for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023

Regarding the annual dividend for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023, after giving comprehensive consideration to the external securitization to be carried out on the assets in the Hotel and Leisure business, to the consolidated earnings forecasts for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023, and to the status of funds described earnings forecasts for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023, we plan to pay a dividend of ¥10 per share (interim dividend ¥5, year-end dividend ¥5).

Basic policy on profit distribution and dividends for the current period and the following period

Seibu Group’s businesses are focused primarily on the Urban Transportation and Regional business segment, the Hotel and Leisure business segment, and the Real Estate business segment, with a management objective of achieving sustainable and strong growth. Our basic policy is to strengthen the business base of our Group companies and enhance our corporate value and to strengthen our financial strength by accumulating retained earnings while continuing to make stable dividend payments.
In addition, in accordance with our long-term strategy, we aim to provide returns to our stakeholders and conduct investments that will contribute to our future growth in a balanced manner. Furthermore, our basic policy is to use retained earnings, while considering further improvement in our financial strength, and to invest in strengthening the future business base of our group, establishing a stable management base.
For the time being, our top priority is to strengthen our financial structure, which has worsened due to COVID-19, and we will proceed with rigorous screening of capital investments and “management reforms” on the theme of “asset light.” At the same time, we will emphasize returns to shareholders and strive to distribute profits.