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The company and its businesses: what does transcosmos do?
Q1.
When was transcosmos established?
A1.
Maruei Keisan Center, transcomos’s forerunner, was established in June 1966; transcosmos itself was established in June 1985.
Q2.
When were transcosmos’s shares first traded over-the-counter?
A2.
OTC trading started in October 1989.
Q3.
When did transcosmos get its Tokyo Stock Exchange listing?
A3.
It was listed in the TSE Second Section in October 1992 and in the TSE First Section in September 1997.
Q4.
Specifically, what services does transcosmos offer?
A4.
Our company is an outsourcing service provider that supports the business activities of companies in terms of “sales expansion” and “cost reduction.” The core services consist of call center, business process outsourcing, digital marketing and Global E-Commerce One-Stop services and are being developed globally with a focus on Asia including Japan, China and Korea.
(*Please refer to transcosmos services for further details.)

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Financial information
Q1.
When does transcosmos’s fiscal year end?
A1.
The fiscal year ends on March 31.
Q2.
Where can I find information about recent financial results?
A2.
See the company’s financial statements and materials from the investor’s results briefing.
Q3.
Is there a dividend distribution?
A3.
We have determined to pay a dividend in accordance with the Company’s basic policy on profit distribution. For more details, please refer to “Dividend Policy & Past Results”.

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Stock information
Q1.
What is transcosmos’s stock code?
A1.
The stock code is 9715.
Q2.
Why does transcosmos classify services into service categories rather than as systems integration?
A2.
Though the company is involved in systems development, its main revenue source remains call center services, support desk services, and other operations services. Moreover, CAD design support is viewed as a service in the sense of design outsourcing for client companies.
Q3.
What is the minimum trading unit for transcosmos stock?
A3.
The minimum trading unit is 100 shares.
Q4.
Does transcosmos have any hospitality programs for shareholders?
A4.
Yes, it does. Shareholders that own a minimum of 1,000 shares are given pickled plums from Kishu.
Q5.
Where should inquiries on clerical processing on stock, such as transfers of title and address changes be made?
A5.
Please refer to “Guidance on Stock Administration”.

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Group companies and affiliates
Q1.
How many subsidiaries are subject to consolidation?
A1.
As of March 2016, transcosmos has 73 subsidiaries, including 46 Consolidated subsidiaries, and 28 affiliates, Including 15 equity method affiliates.
Q2.
Are any of transcosmos’s subsidiaries listed?
A2.
Combining both domestic and overseas, there are five listed companies.
In Japan, J-Stream Inc. (4308) is listed on the Mothers exchange and Applied Technology Co., Ltd. (4356) is listed on the JASDAQ Standard exchange.
Overseas, eMnet Inc. (123570) is listed on the Korean KOSDAQ, PFSweb, Inc. (PFSW) is listed on the U.S. NASDAQ exchange, and Tensyn Interactive (300392) is listed on China’s emerging business board ChinaNext.
Q3.
Are there any plans for M&A’s in the future?
A3.
In the case of an emerging need for disclosure, appropriate disclosure on the Tokyo Stock Exchange information browser service site or our website will be provided in a timely manner.
Q4.
Do any subsidiaries plan to list their stock in the future?
A4.
In the case of an emerging need for disclosure, appropriate disclosure on the Tokyo Stock Exchange information browser service site or our website will be provided in a timely manner.

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