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    April 2022 Acquisition of Shares/Share Exchange A listed company engaged in system development acquired an unlisted company in the same industry. The listed company took a step forward to achieve its business plan as early as possible, and the owner of unlisted company was able to carry out a business succession smoothly while reassuring employees in his company.
    February 2022 Acquisition of Shares The company owner sold a system development company to an investment fund. The buyer aimed for further growth of the company through synergies with other investment partners and the provision of resources that the target company lacked, and the seller was able to smoothly carry out the business succession.
    September 2019 Acquisition of Shares A case where an unlisted company that develops cloud-based software executed a management buyout (MBO). The seller accelerates investment in the main business, and the management team/the buyer aims to grow the business rapidly as an independent capital corporate entity.
    February 2019 Acquisition of Shares A listed company group which operates IT solutions business purchased an unlisted company of IT equipment trading firm. By strengthening their business areas, the purchasing company group will accelerate their mid-and-long-term growth of the company.
    March 2018 Absorption-type merger An unlisted company which operates application development, utilization of the cloud service, and agency of IT skilled engineer purchased an unlisted game development company. As a result, the two companies were able to integrate their business together to improve the operational efficiency and increase their profit.
    February 2016 Acquisition of Shares A company which dispatches IT engineers took over the online shopping business from an unlisted company. As a result, the purchasing company was able to expand the area of its business and the selling company was able to invest the capital it had secured into other businesses.
    December 2014 Acquisition of Shares A company which develops and operates mobile phone applications took over by transfer a business in the same industry from an unlisted company. As a result, the purchasing company was able to acquire various personnel, from application planners to engineers. The selling company was able to reduce fixed costs and focus resources on its main business.
    December 2012 Transfer of Business An unlisted company which operates an audio-visual business in the Kanto region transferred its main business to an unlisted company in the same industry which centers its operations around western Japan. As a result, the selling company was able to use resources in other businesses while the purchasing company was able to secure a larger share of the market and expand its area of operations.
    October 2012 Absorption-type merger A listed company which provides consulting and system development services consolidated an unlisted company which had excellent results among Japanese companies in the internet marketing support field by absorption-type merger. As a result, the company was able to provide service solutions of an even high added value to the customers of both companies.
    May 2012 Acquisition of Shares A listed company which runs a system development business acquired an unlisted company which provides SEO (search engine optimization) services for the mobile-version of websites. As a result, the listed company was able to strengthen its business in the rapidly growing mobile device sector while the target company was able to find new opportunities for growth.
    September 2011 Business Alliance A listed company which is engaged in system development entered a business alliance with a real estate leasing agency company in order to have access to its website. The system development company was able to improve its value by using its website operations business as a new pillar of profit. The leasing company used this alliance to further develop the businesses of its company group as a whole.
    July 2009 Company Split A listed company which manufactures and sells security equipment and information-related equipment executed a company split of its subsidiary and concentrated all of the group’s R&D and design functions into a newly established company. As a result, the listed company group was able strengthen product development and streamline group management.
    April 2009 Capital and Business Alliance A listed IT company which develops and sells software products entered into a capital and business alliance with a listed company which plans and sells electrical equipment. As a result, the listed IT company stabilized its financial foundation. Both companies were able to fuse their strengths in technology and development and their business operation know-how.
    February 2008 Acquisition of Shares A major IT-related company group purchased the shares of an unlisted company in the same industry from its founder. As a result, the purchasing company was able to expand its business while the seller was able to secure founder’s profit and advance its business by utilizing the managerial resources of the major company group.
    October 2006 Acquisition of Shares A company which sells security equipment experiencing a downturn sold its business to a listed information-related company. As a result, the purchasing company was able to uncover new clients and offer new products while the selling company was able to exit the business without inconveniencing its clients.
    June 2006 Capital and Business Alliance A long-standing midsize printing company acquired capital of a sales promotion systems developer subsidiary of a listed electronics manufacturer and entered into a business alliance at the same time. As a result, the sales promotion systems development company was able to utilize the client base of the printing company while the long-standing printing company was able to expand the content of proposals made to its client.
    June 2006 Business Alliance A listed information-related trading company entered into a business alliance in the security field with a listed major telecommunications equipment company. The companies designed a collaboration system for sales and maintenance. As a result, the security business became an important sector for the major company and was transformed into a confederation. The companies were able to create a system that could aim to be a leader in its field.
    May 2005 Transfer of Operations A midsize game software company acquired the operations of a company which operated game distribution sites in order to expand its content distribution business. As a result, the midsize game software company was able to make a full-scale entry into the game operations business.
    February 2005 Acquisition of Shares In order to expand its business, a listed content distribution company acquired the shares of a mobile content subsidiary of a midsize game company. The mobile content company became a subsidiary of the listed content distribution company. As a result, the listed content distribution company was able to acquire new contents.
    June 2003 Transfer of Operations A listed systems company acquired the business of a bankrupt software development venture company in order to expand its product lineup. As a result, the company was able to maintain the sales area of the bankrupt company.
    May 2003 Acquisition of Shares A midsize manufacturer of automobile parts acquired a venture company which owns a new technology in burglary prevention. As a result, the midsize automobile parts manufacturer was able to strengthen its product development division.
    April 2003 Joint Venture A midsize game software developer spun off its game development business and established a joint venture company with a listed amusement company. As a result, the midsize game software developer was able to acquire production technology while recovering its development capital.
    April 2003 Transfer of Operations In order to expand its area of business, a midsize manufacturer of automobile parts acquired a burglary prevention system business via transfer of operations from a midsize company. As a result, the midsize automobile parts manufacturer was able to expand its product line.
    September 2002 Joint Venture A midsize game software developer spun off its mobile content business and established a joint venture company with a listed amusement company. As a result, the midsize game software developer was able to strengthen the business infrastructure of its mobile content business.
    June 2001 Acquisition of Shares A midsize game software developer sold the shares of its mobile content subsidiary to a listed amusement company. As a result, the midsize game software developer was able to secure business capital and strengthen the sales capabilities of its content subsidiary.