(Policy governing the exercise of voting rights)
A juristic person shareholder with controlling power shall perform its duties and exercise its voting rights in the best interest of all shareholders of this Corporation.
When a representative is appointed by a juristic person shareholder with controlling power to act as a director of this Corporation or to represent the juristic person shareholder at a shareholders meeting, the representative shall perform duties and exercise voting rights in accordance with the following principles:
When a juristic person shareholder with controlling power is an interested party with respect to a given agenda item, and that relationship is likely to prejudice the interest of this Corporation, the juristic person shareholder may neither vote on that item nor exercise voting rights as proxy for any other director or shareholder.
- The representative shall exercise rights in accordance with the juristic person shareholder's opinion in regard to each proposal.
- When exercising voting rights on any extraordinary motion, procedural motion, or amendment to a proposal, the representative shall act in the best interest of this Corporation.
- When the juristic person shareholder with controlling power is represented by two or more representatives, the representatives shall arrive at a common opinion before exercising voting rights.
- The representative shall maintain a high degree of self-discipline, and may not have a relationship of inappropriate mutual support with another director or shareholder.