DICJ as an authorized corporation of the Japanese government has an obligation to make disclosure (making financial and other information known publicly) pursuant to the provisions of Article 40, Paragraph 3 of the Deposit Insurance Law. Considering the disclosure obliged by law as minimum requirement, DICJ intends to actively disclose a wide range of its financial conditions.
Corporations in the private sector are obliged by statute to make disclosure to investors, shareholders, creditors and other stakeholders. On the other hand, disclosure of DICJ has a critical role in making people (depositors) to understand the activities of DICJ and enhancing their confidence, in view of the public nature of DICJ's operations as an authorized corporation.
Financial Reports are one of the DICJ's efforts to expand voluntary disclosure via internet. From a viewpoint of “who is the reader”, these sites are designed to enhance the convenience of readers by adding relevant statistics and data in the compact setting on top of basic accounting and financial information so that general public can grasp the picture of DICJ in the shortest time.
We hope the Financial Reports will help those who are interested in the financial conditions of DICJ improve their understanding.