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Updated on August 23, 2017

The Nominating Committee

Primary roles of the Nominating Committee

  • Determines the content of proposals regarding the appointment/dismissal of Directors
  • Evaluates management succession plans

The Nominating Committee determines the content of proposals regarding the appointment/dismissal of Directors pursuant to our policy for the selection of Director candidates and Director qualification. Please refer to the page below for more details.

Policy for the composition of the Nominating Committee

Under the Companies Act, the Nominating Committee must consist of at least three Directors, the majority of whom must be outside Directors. In addition, under the Board Charter, at least one Director of the Nominating Committee shall be a Corporate Executive Officer and the chair is to be selected from among the outside Directors. In determining whether to appoint or remove a member of the Nominating Committee, continuity of the Nominating Committee shall be duly taken into account.

For a list of the latest members of the Nominating Committee, please refer to the page below.
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