Investor Relations/Media Relations
It goes without saying that investor and media relations are of great importance in cases of misconduct or wrongdoing. We do our best to support companies in crisis so that they can manage information appropriately and convey accurate information to the market and the public generally, thereby avoiding unnecessary damage to corporate value and restoring corporate trust as quickly as possible.
When corporate wrongdoing is recognized, a company is required not only to disclose accurate information to its shareholders and investors, but also to provide sufficient explanations to stakeholders as a whole and the public in general as part of the company’s social responsibility. There have been many cases where failures in investor and media relations (such as insufficient or delayed disclosure of information, antagonistic statements, etc.) have caused problems to become even worse. In addition, the risk of corporate information being leaked and spread to third parties is very high.
Prompt and appropriate investor and media relations activities that take these circumstances into account are extremely important for companies to minimize damage caused by wrongdoing. Our firm has been involved in dealing with many cases of serious wrongdoing that were of high public interest. From the earliest stages of making an initial response, we have assisted companies in handling investor and media relations and in regaining trust. We have provided support in coordinating global communications strategies that take into account national and regional characteristics by working together with local law firms.
Based on our extensive experience acquired over many years, we provide full support incorporating all aspects of investor and media relations to avoid unnecessary confusion and to restore corporate trust as quickly as possible.
Investor Relations/Media Relations：People
Investor Relations/Media Relations：Publications
- Magazine Article
- "Overview of Amendments to the Whistleblower Protection Act"