Promotion of Risk Management
The Anritsu Group recognizes proper risk management as a vital management issue in terms of continuously enhancing its corporate value and fulfilling corporate social responsibilities. With this point of view, we formulated the Risk Management Policy.
|Risk Management Policy
|The Anritsu Group will maintain and increase its corporate value, fulfill its corporate social responsibility and seek sustainable development for the Group by appropriately managing risks that affect management.
- We will seek to enhance the risk sensitivity of not only general managers but of all employees in an all-inclusive effort to promote risk management.
- General managers and all employees will promote risk management by complying with the Anritsu Group Charter of Corporate Behavior and the Anritsu Group Code of Conduct as well as laws and regulations as the basis of the company’s internal controls.
- We will generate profit and limit losses by controlling management risks related to strategic decision making such as entry into new business areas and product development strategy, as well as operational procedures.
- We will anticipate potential emergency situations insofar as possible to prevent their occurrence. In the event that an emergency does occur, we will seek to minimize and limit losses and promptly extricate ourselves from the critical situation into a state where autonomous recovery is possible, and subsequently prevent a recurrence.
- Risk Management Training
- Activities to Lower Global Risks
- Risk Management at Overseas Group Companies
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The Anritsu Group’s CEOs supervise risk management. In regard to the identified main risks, an executive officer serves as manager for these on a Group-wide basis, striving to raise the level of risk management to ensure ongoing business development in cooperation with the risk management promotion divisions.
Within the risk management promotion system are risks associated with legal violations, and we mainly focus on identifying such risks associated with the following laws and regulations. Moreover, personnel working in the field conduct annual inhouse reviews of activities and results to make improvements.
Key Laws and Regulations Include: Labor laws, subcontracting laws, anti-trust laws, truth-in-advertising laws, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, laws and regulations pertaining to intellectual property, the Companies Act, laws and regulations pertaining to the prevention of bribery, and the Modern Slavery Act (as well as other laws and regulations
pertaining to human rights).
Risk Management Promotion System