Handling Personal Information
1 .Collecting and Using Personal Information
JEI collects personal information on its unitholders and other parties in an appropriate and legal manner on an as-required basis. The Investment Corporation discloses the purpose and intended use of collected information to related parties. Collected information is used internally to further JEI's business, and not for purposes other than those disclosed without consent of the parties involved, except as permitted by applicable laws and regulations.
2. The Purpose of Collected Information
JEI uses collected personal information for the following purposes:
- To support both the Investment Corporation in fulfilling its obligations and unitholders in exercising their rights, which are stipulated under the Law Concerning Investment Trusts and Investment Corporations (Law No. 198 of 1951, the Commercial Code of Japan and other related laws and regulations, as well as facilitating communication between the two parties
- To prepare and submit reports and statements mandated under the Law Concerning Investment Trusts and Investment Corporations, the Commercial Code of Japan, other related laws and regulations, and directives from stock exchanges
- To internally manage information concerning the Investment Corporation's unitholders
- To facilitate administrative procedures for issuing additional investment units and corporate bonds
- To swiftly respond to inquiries and requests for document
- To promote the effectiveness and efficiency of the Investment Corporation's overall operations
- To disclose collected information to third parties as necessary in the course of facilitating the purposes described above in II. A. - F.
3. Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties
The Investment Corporation is not to disclose personal information to third parties without consent of the parties involved, except as permitted by applicable laws and regulations.
4. Entrustment of Personal Information Management
The Investment Corporation may entrust personal information management to external specialists. In this case, the Investment Corporation will select a specialist that adheres to the most stringent measures to protect personal information, and undergo adequate and necessary supervision of the trustee.
Date of latest update: July 30, 2009