Press Releases /eng/about/news/ ja Copyright 2020 Tue, 07 Jan 2020 10:30:00 +0900 http://www.sixapart.com/movabletype/ http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss UNIQLO Monthly Sales Information of Japan (November 2020) /eng/ir/monthly/ /eng/ir/monthly/ Wed, 02 Dec 2020 15:30:00 +0900 UNIQLO Store Openings / Closings Information of Japan (November 2020) /eng/ir/monthly/shopinfo.html /eng/ir/monthly/shopinfo.html Wed, 02 Dec 2020 15:00:00 +0900 UNIQLO PARK Yokohama Bayside Store Receives Japan's First Design Registration for a Building. Design registration for an interior given to UNIQLO Harajuku Store's UT POP OUT floor UNIQLO CO., LTD.
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UNIQLO, the Japanese global apparel retailer, has received Japan's first design registration for a building. The UNIQLO PARK Yokohama Bayside Store, opened on April 13, 2020, became the first building to receive a registration since the designs of buildings and interiors were newly added to the scope of protection in revisions to the Japan Design Act that came into effect on April 1, 2020. In addition, the UT (UNIQLO T-shirt) POP OUT floor at the UNIQLO Harajuku Store which opened on June 5 received a design registration for an interior.

The UNIQLO PARK Yokohama Bayside Store is a public park, with a slide and jungle gym on its sloping roof as well as bouldering and climbing facilities. It offers a sweeping view of Yokohama and the Tokyo Bay, and on a clear day Mt. Fuji can be seen in the distance. The sloped roof provides access to each floor of the store, allowing visitors to leisurely enjoy shopping after spending time in the park. Starting with the central concept of "play," Kashiwa Sato, the total producer on the project, created a unique vision of the UNIQLO and GU stores as a public park, with architect Sou Fujimoto overseeing the basic concept and design. The playground equipment was installed in partnership with B酶rneLund Inc., a seller of educational toys.

The UT POP OUT section of the UNIQLO Harajuku Store, also created under the direction of Kashiwa Sato, occupies the store's first floor entranceway, and is one of the world's largest dedicated UT sales spaces. The latest UT items, designed together with a wide range of artists and brands, are displayed and sold, serving as a communication hub for art and culture. LED messages scroll between UT displayed in showcases like works of art, while a large screen at the back of the store plays the latest UT videos.

 


UNIQLO PARK Yokohama Bayside / GU UNIQLO PARK Yokohama Bayside
6-5 Shiraho, Kanazawa, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
UNIQLO: Approx. 2,178 m2, 1F and half of 3F, Men's, Women's, Kids & Baby items
GU: Approx. 1,815 m2, 2F and half of 3F, Men's, Women's & Kids items


UNIQLO Harajuku
WITH HARAJUKU B1 and 1F, 1-14-30 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Approx. 1,980 m2 over two floors (B1-1F), Men's & Women's items

Going forward, UNIQLO will continue to focus on design, and aim to create innovative and appealing stores.

 

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Company information sheet FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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/eng/ir/news/2011271300.html /eng/ir/news/2011271300.html Fri, 27 Nov 2020 13:00:00 +0900
Fast Retailing Included in the MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index and Dow Jones Sustainability Indices World Index FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. has for the first time been selected for inclusion in the MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index, an index for institutional investors such as Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) to make ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) investments in Japanese companies recognized for emphasizing the environment and governance, as well as the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) World Index, one of the world's foremost ESG indices. Fast Retailing has also been included for a fifth consecutive year in the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index (DJSI Asia Pacific) of companies headquartered in the Asia Pacific region.

The selection of Fast Retailing for these indices recognizes the company's ESG efforts. In the environmental field, these include regular disclosure of greenhouse gas emission volume and other environmental load data. In the social field, the company has increased the proportion of female managers, conducts human rights due diligence among employees and discloses results, and strengthened measures to prevent work accidents. Fast Retailing also publishes details of its community investment, including calculations of support amounts, the number of people assisted, and the number of organizations supported, as a means of measuring the effectiveness of its community support activities. In the governance field, Fast Retailing was recognized for its high degree of transparency relating to management and for improvements made in the disclosure of information about information security.

In addition, Fast Retailing has for the last three consecutive years since 2018 been included in the FTSE4Good Index Series, another global index for ESG investments, as well as the FTSE Blossom Japan Index for Japan's GPIF to make ESG investments in companies that emphasize the environment and governance.

In the manufacture and sale of apparel, Fast Retailing recognizes the importance of such issues as factory work environment, respect for human rights, and environmental conservation, and actively engages in efforts for the All-Product Recycling Initiative, as well as promoting the active participation of women, employing persons with disabilities, and providing support for refugees.

Fast Retailing has adopted as its corporate philosophy "Changing clothes, Changing conventional wisdom, Change the world." and "Unlocking the Power of Clothing" as the key message for its Sustainability Statement. Through its apparel business, the company continues to contribute to the sustainable development of society.

See the following link for details on Fast Retailing's sustainability program:
www.nangonggai.com/eng/sustainability/

About the MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index
The MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index comprises those companies, among the top 700 Japanese companies by market capitalization, with the best ESG performance relative to their sector peers. It considers ESG-related risk in a comprehensive manner, targeting firms with exceptional ESG ratings in their industry sectors. The index comprised 227 Japanese companies at the end of June 2020.

About the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) World Index
The DJSI World Index is an ESG investment index jointly developed by U.S. firm S&P Dow Jones Indices and the Swiss company Robeco SAM. It analyzes corporate activities from environmental, social, and governance perspectives, selecting companies with exceptional sustainability performance. In fiscal 2020, the index selected 323 companies (of which, 39 are Japanese companies) from among approximately 3,500 major corporations worldwide.

Related links:
MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index: https://www.msci.com/msci-japan-esg-select-leaders-index-jp
MSCI: https://www.msci.com/home
DJSI: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/csa/indices/index

 

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Fast Retailing Included in the MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index and Dow Jones Sustainability Indices World Index /eng/sustainability/news/2011261500.html /eng/sustainability/news/2011261500.html Thu, 26 Nov 2020 15:00:00 +0900 Fast Retailing Sends Aid to Victims in the Philippines of Typhoon Goni and Typhoon Vamco FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. offers its deepest condolences to the victims in the Philippines of Typhoon Goni and Typhoon Vamco. To support the victims of these typhoons, Fast Retailing is donating 1 million dollars (approx. JPY 104 million) in aid.

The donation will be made through the SM Foundation, an entity that manages the CSR activities of the SM Group - the management partner of the UNIQLO in the Philippines. The donation will be used to provide emergency food supplies and rebuild flooded housing, as well as build preventative infrastructure in areas susceptible to flooding.

Furthermore, Fast Retailing Philippines Inc., which manages UNIQLO in the Philippines, will donate 300,000 AIRism Masks to affected areas through the SM foundation. The masks will be donated to evacuees in the affected areas of the Bicol Region, Bulacan, Cagayan, Isabela, Pampanga, and Rizal provinces, as well as Marikina City in Metro Manila.

Torrential rains caused by Typhoon Goni and Typhoon Vamco, have led to flooding and landslides in the Philippines, causing widespread damage affecting over 3 million people from 720,000 households. Reports show approximately 40,000 homes have been flooded, and over 300,000 people have been evacuated to about 2,500 shelters.

Fast Retailing opened its first UNIQLO store in the Philippines in June 2012 in the capital city of Manila, and now has a total of 60 stores in the country. No one was directly affected by these typhoons at UNIQLO stores.

Fast Retailing stands by its corporate statement - committed to changing clothes, changing conventional wisdom, and change the world - and hopes for the speedy recovery of these regions and that the victims of these disasters can return to their normal lives as soon as possible.

 

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/eng/sustainability/news/2011201500.html /eng/sustainability/news/2011201500.html Fri, 20 Nov 2020 15:00:00 +0900
Announcements and Notices - [Overseas Regulatory Announcement - Other] FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited take no responsibility for the contents of this announcement, make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness and expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising from or in reliance upon the whole or any part of the contents of this announcement.


FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

OVERSEAS REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT

This overseas regulatory announcement is made by Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") pursuant to Rule 13.10B of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Please refer to the attached notice regarding "Changes in officers" of the Company issued on the website of the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 19 November, 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

19 November 2020
FAST RETAILING CO., LTD
(Tokyo: 9983 / Hong Kong: 6288)

Notice of FAST RETAILING CO., LTD. (the "Company")
regarding the Company's Changes in officers

This is a notice informing you that there has been changes in officers of the Company pursuant to the ANNUAL RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2020 AND RESUMPTION OF TRADING we published on October 15, 2020.

(1)Change in representative
Not applicable.

(2)Other changes in executives scheduled on 26 November 2020
Changes in directors assume approval by the General Meeting of Shareholders for the 59th fiscal term, scheduled to be held on 26 November 2020.

(i) Candidates for reappointment as directors
  • Director Tadashi Yanai (current Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer)
  • Director Toru Hambayashi (current Director)
  • Director Nobumichi Hattori (current Director)
  • Director Masaaki Shintaku (current Director)
  • Director Takashi Nawa (current Director)
  • Director Naotake Ohno (current Director)
  • Director Takeshi Okazaki (current Director)
  • Director Kazumi Yanai (current Director)
  • Director Koji Yanai (current Director)
Note:
Tadashi Yanai is expected to be reappointed as Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer after re-election by the General Meeting of Shareholders scheduled on 26 November 2020. Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa, and Naotake Ohno are External Directors as stipulated in Article 2-15 of the Companies Act.
(ii) Candidate for new appointment as statutory auditor
  • Statutory Auditor Masakatsu Mori
Note:
Masakatsu Mori is an External Director as stipulated in Article 2-16 of the Companies Act.

(iii) Candidate for reappointment as statutory auditor
  • Statutory Auditor Masaaki Shinjo (current Statutory Auditor)
  • Statutory Auditor Keiko Kaneko (current External Statutory Auditor)
(iv) Auditors scheduled to retire
  • Statutory Auditor Takaharu Yasumoto (current External Statutory Auditor)
Note:
Mr. Yasumoto's retirement is due to end of his term of office.

 

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Overseas Regulatory Announcement - The Issuance of Stock-Based Compensation Stock Options (Share Subscription Rights) FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited take no responsibility for the contents of this announcement, make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness and expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising from or in reliance upon the whole or any part of the contents of this announcement.


FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

OVERSEAS REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT

This overseas regulatory announcement is made by Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") pursuant to Rule 13.10B of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Please refer to the attached notice related to "The issuance of stock-based compensation stock options (share subscription rights)" of the Company issued on the website of the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 13 November 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

November 13, 2020
FAST RETAILING CO., LTD
(Tokyo: 9983 / Hong Kong: 6288)

Notice of FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
(the "Company", and together with its subsidiaries, the "Group")
regarding the issuance of stock-based compensation stock options (share subscription rights)

The Company has finalized details regarding the issuance of the stock-based compensation stock options (share subscription rights), which was resolved at the board meeting of the Company on 15 October 2020, and hereby announces the following.

1. Share subscription rights (Fast Retailing 11th share subscription rights type A)

(1)Number of the share subscription rights to be allotted2,175 shares

(2)Number and description of persons to be invited to apply to exercise the share subscription rights and the number of share subscription rights issued
Employees of the Company (including operating officers)18 persons, 604 shares
Employees of the Group subsidiaries47 persons, 1,571 shares

(3)Type and number of shares to be issued upon exercise of the share subscription rights
Common stock of the Company2,175 shares

(4)Amount to be paid upon allocation of the share subscription rights
Amount to be paid per share subscription right77,559 yen
The above amount to be paid by the person to be allotted the share subscription rights and any monetary claims that person has against the Company will be offset.

(5)Date of allotment of the share subscription rights13 November 2020

(6)Value of property to be incorporated upon exercise of the share subscription rights
Value per share subscription right1 yen
(Value per share 1 yen)

2. Share subscription rights (Fast Retailing 11th share subscription rights type B)

(1)Number of the share subscription rights to be allotted22,306 shares

(2)Number and description of persons to be invited to apply to exercise the share subscription rights and number of the share subscription rights issued
Employees of the Company694 persons, 7,183 shares
Employees of the Group subsidiaries1,435 persons, 15,123 shares

(3)Type and number of shares to be issued upon exercise of the share subscription rights
Common stock of the Company22,306 shares

(4)Amount to be paid upon allocation of the share subscription rights
Amount to be paid per share subscription right78,236 yen
The above amount to be paid by the person to be allotted the share subscription rights and any monetary claims that person has against the Company will be offset.

(5)Date of allotment of the share subscription rights13 November 2020

(6)Value of property to be incorporated upon exercise of the share subscription rights
Value per share subscription right1 yen
(Value per share 1 yen)

3. Share subscription rights (Fast Retailing 11th share subscription rights type C)

(1)Number of the share subscription rights to be allotted3,777 shares

(2)Number and description of persons to be invited to apply to exercise the share subscription rights and number of the share subscription rights issued
Employees of the Company (including operating officers)41 persons, 3,777 shares

(3)Type and number of shares to be issued upon exercise of the share subscription rights
Common stock of the Company3,777 shares

(4)Amount to be paid upon allocation of the share subscription rights
Amount to be paid per share subscription right79,192 yen
The above amount to be paid by the person to be allotted the share subscription rights and any monetary claims that person has against the Company will be offset.

(5)Date of allotment of the share subscription rights13 November 2020

(6)Value of property to be incorporated upon exercise of the share subscription rights
Value per share subscription right1 yen
(Value per share 1 yen)

 

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/eng/ir/news/2011131300.html /eng/ir/news/2011131300.html Fri, 13 Nov 2020 13:00:00 +0900
J Brand to Strategically Change Direction FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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The Fast Retailing Group today announced a strategic plan to rearticulate the business model of premium denim brand J Brand, Inc. and shift direction toward direct distribution. Beginning with the Summer 2021 collection, J Brand will be distributed exclusively via select direct-to-consumer channels operated by its parent company, the Fast Retailing Group.

"J Brand's current business model is not aligned with the vision we have for its future success. This change in direction will bring energy and focus back to a celebrated denim brand in what has become an increasingly saturated marketplace," stated Kazumi Yanai, Chairman of J Brand, Inc. and Group Senior Executive Officer of Fast Retailing.

The Los Angeles-headquartered Fast Retailing Jeans Innovation Center (JIC), opened in 2016, will continue to innovate sustainable, next-generation denim development and support denim production for Fast Retailing brands globally, including the future J Brand assortment. As a consequence of the change in business strategy, the current J Brand workforce will be reduced in the coming months in proportion to the needs of a redefined corporate structure.

Yanai underlined Fast Retailing's commitment to J Brand and the denim category generally: "The reality of the denim market today and our ability to figure in it significantly depends on our ability to react and adapt quickly - not only to the marketplace, but also to the changing needs of our customers. Ultimately, I believe J Brand will be best served by a streamlined operation, a sharper distribution network and a greater focus on the dynamic lifestyle of the end customer. Fast Retailing's global concept of LifeWear has never been more relevant to us."

 

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/eng/group/news/2011120700.html /eng/group/news/2011120700.html Thu, 12 Nov 2020 07:00:00 +0900
UNIQLO Debuts at China Import Expo with The Art and Science of LifeWear - First time to hold LifeWear Global Brand Exhibition in China UNIQLO CO., LTD.
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Japanese global apparel retailer UNIQLO confirms today that it has successfully concluded its debut at the annual China International Import Expo (CIIE) held this year from November 5 to 10 in Shanghai. The event also marked the first time UNIQLO hosted The Art and Science of LifeWear, a LifeWear global brand exhibition, in China, following similar events in New York, Paris and London in previous years.

At 1,500 square meters The Art and Science of LifeWear was the largest exhibition space in the customer goods category of the CIIE. The space, known as "Museum of Tomorrow," showcased the innovation and technologies behind iconic UNIQLO products, the craftsmanship that goes into creating high-quality clothing, sustainability initiatives, as well as the first public exhibition of the upcoming +J collection in collaboration with legendary designer Jil Sander.

Additionally, with the upcoming of Double 11, or Singles' Day Sales, the world's largest online shopping festival, UNIQLO demonstrated its seamless online-offline integration by inviting customers to visit the Museum of Tomorrow through a simultaneous online exhibition on the UNIQLO Digital Flagship Store.

Jalin Wu, Group Executive Officer of Fast Retailing and Chief Marketing Officer of UNIQLO Greater China, said, "UNIQLO is pleased to have introduced The Art and Science of LifeWear and its product and services innovations to consumers in China, and around the world, through the CIIE platform. We hope that with our participation we could inspire a better future life, and new lifestyles, for people everywhere. UNIQLO is full of confidence about the Chinese market and consumers going forward, and the company plans to continue to deepen its roots into low tiered cities in China."

The Museum of Tomorrow attracted more than 300 domestic and foreign media, as well as more than 200,000 visitors to experience the exhibition and understand the technology behind the products.

One media representative said, "For the first time I saw the technology behind Ultra Light Down, and through technology experiments featuring AIRism and HEATTECH, I realized how many innovations of science and design actually go into a piece of clothing that allows us to switch freely between different life scenarios more efficiently, comfortably, and stylishly."

"UNIQLO's booth was very big and impressive. It is hard to believe that UNIQLO staged such an amazing performance for its first time at the exhibition. Whether it was the giant Ultra Light Down jackets or various lab devices, you could feel the brand's dedication and attention to details," said a visitor from Shanghai.

Museum of Tomorrow Inspired Future Lifestyles with Clothing of Tomorrow
CIIE also saw the world first public exhibition of the +J Fall/Winter 2020 collection, which will be available in UNIQLO stores and online starting November 13. The collection marks the return of UNIQLO's collaboration with Ms. Sander, who brings her signature modern style to this exceptional line for women and men.

Greeting visitors to the Museum of Tomorrow were Giant versions of Ultra Light Down jackets hanging in the air. The actual Ultra Light Down jackets sold at UNIQLO feature a fabric made of a durable and light ultrafine fiber that is treated to eliminate down packs, combining warmth and lightness while being compact enough to easily fold into an accompanying pouch.

Showcasing UNIQLO innerwear offerings, the Museum of Tomorrow featured three experiments to demonstrate how the various functions of AIRism regulate the air under clothing, releasing heat and humidity to provide a comfy dryness. Another station highlighted the bio-warming technology found in HEATTECH innerwear, loved around the world since its inception in 2003.

Publicly displaying a knitting machine using WHOLEGARMENT廬鋦?technology in China for the first time, UNIQLO showed the art of the revolutionary 3D seamless knitting, which fits the body perfectly and brings a new wearing experience of stylish comfort. The space also featured a BLOCKTECH lab, where experiments clearly demonstrated the high-tech utility outer's windproof, waterproof and breathable functions, which provide comfortable protection against the cold.

UTs (UNIQLO T-shirts), which offer an array of authentic pop culture and art graphics from around the world, allowing the wearer to express their individuality, were also exhibited at the Museum of Tomorrow as a focal point of the world's cultural and creative influences. At the UNIQLO Masterpiece Studio display, UNIQLO highlighted the quality created through persistent craftmanship, refined cutting and fabric selection, which defines the value of clothing.

In addition, UNIQLO's global sustainable development and innovation efforts, which use the power of clothing to help protect the earth and care for people and communities, were also on display. CIIE also marked the world debut of BlueCycle, a rebranding of innovative UNIQLO water-saving technology that allows for significantly less water use in the jeans production process. This technology from the company's Jeans Innovation Center, established in Los Angeles in 2016, was part of a wider exhibit highlighting the history and evolution of UNIQLO jeans and the six types of UNIQLO jeans fabrics.

LifeWear Exhibition Beyond CIIE
Fast Retailing is committed to becoming the world's number one Digital Retail Consumer company. With this in mind, UNIQLO continues to turn information into products by understanding its customer needs and integrating online and offline functions to provide customers a seamless shopping experiences. During CIIE customers were also invited to visit the Museum of Tomorrow through a simultaneous online exhibition in the cloud through the UNIQLO Digital Flagship Store and get an up-close virtual experience of The Art and Science of LifeWear through the 10 innovative exhibition areas.

Appendix: Pictures of UNIQLO's Museum of Tomorrow at CIIE

1) Panoramic View of the Exhibition Hall

2) Pictures of Exhibition Areas

The world's largest Ultra Light Down hanging in mid-air at UNIQLO's Museum of Tomorrow at CIIE

HEATTECH lab with a visualization of world-renowned bio-warming technology

3D knitting machine using WHOLEGARMENT廬鋦?technology on display in China for the first time

Experiments to demonstrate the various functions of AIRism

The world's first public exhibition of the +J 2020 Fall/Winter collection at CIIE

The sustainable development of LifeWear for people, planet and community

BLOCKTECH lab experiments demonstrate windproof, waterproof and breathable functions

Six types of UNIQLO jeans fabrics feature at an exhibit highlighting the history and evolution of UNIQLO jeans

The UNIQLO Masterpiece Studio highlights how quality of craftmanship defines the value of clothing

UT featured at the Museum of Tomorrow as a focal point of the world's cultural and creative influences

The UNIQLO Digital Experience at CIIE

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/eng/group/news/2011101700.html /eng/group/news/2011101700.html Tue, 10 Nov 2020 17:00:00 +0900
Fast Retailing Announcements and Notices -[Announcement of Payment of Final Dividend for Year Ended 31 August 2020] FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited take no responsibility for the contents of this announcement, make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness and expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising from or in reliance upon the whole or any part of the contents of this announcement.


FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

ANNOUNCEMENT OF PAYMENT OF FINAL DIVIDEND
FOR YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2020

Reference is made to the announcements of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") dated 5 August 2020 and 4 November 2020 in relation to the final dividend for the year ended 31 August 2020.

Based on the information provided by the depositary of Hong Kong Depositary Receipts ("HDRs"), the Company is pleased to announce that:

(1)the final gross amount of the year-end dividend payable per HDR is HK$ 0.1794148 based on the Japanese yen / Hong Kong dollar exchange rate of 0.0747562 as of 6 November 2020;

(2)the final net amount of the year-end dividend payable per HDR is HK$ 0.1179375 based on the Japanese yen / Hong Kong dollar exchange rate of 0.0747562 as of 6 November 2020, after deduction of the following charges by the HDR depositary:
(a)a withholding income tax of 15.315%* or HK$ 0.0274773
(Holders of HDRs should consult their own tax advisers for advice on the reduction of any withholding tax based on their own particular circumstances.); and
(b)a dividend fee of HK$ 0.034.

* The current withholding income tax rate on dividends for Japanese listed equities is 15.315%.

(3)holders of HDRs will receive the payment through JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., the depositary for the HDRs, on 17 November 2020.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 9 November 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

 

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Announcement and Notices - [Dividend or Distribution] FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited and The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited take no responsibility for the contents of this announcement, make no representation as to its accuracy or completeness and expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising from or in reliance upon the whole or any part of the contents of this announcement.


FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

ANNOUNCEMENT OF FINAL DIVIDEND
FOR YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2020

Reference is made to the announcement of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") dated 5 August 2020 in relation to the proposed record date of payment of final dividend.

The Company is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors today approved the payment of the final dividend for the year ended 31 August 2020 to its shareholders amounting to JPY 240 per common share (JPY 2.40 per Hong Kong Depositary Receipt).

The payment will be made from 6 November 2020 onwards. Holders of Hong Kong Depositary Receipts ("HDRs") will receive the payment through JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., the depositary for the HDRs, on 17 November 2020. A withholding income tax will be levied on the amount distributed as interest on capital, in accordance with Japan's tax code.

The record date for the holders of HDRs traded on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited was Monday, 31 August 2020.

Based on the Japanese Yen / Hong Kong dollar exchange rate of 0.074 as of 4 November 2020, the estimated Hong Kong dollar amount of the proposed final dividend is approximately HK$ 0.1776 per HDR. The final amount of the dividend in Hong Kong dollars will be determined on 6 November 2020. Where applicable, fees, charges and / or taxes may be deducted by the HDR Depositary from the dividends payable to holders of HDRs, details of which will be announced in due course and are expected to include:

(1) a withholding income tax of 15.315%*; and
(2) an estimated dividend fee of HK$ 0.035,

resulting in an estimated net final dividend of HK$ 0.1154 per HDR.

* The current withholding income tax rate on dividends for Japanese listed equities is 15.315%.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 4 November 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

 

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/eng/ir/news/2011041305.html /eng/ir/news/2011041305.html Wed, 04 Nov 2020 13:05:00 +0900
Announcement and Notices - [Overseas Regulatory Announcement - Other] FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

OVERSEAS REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT

This overseas regulatory announcement is made by Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") pursuant to Rule 13.10B of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Please refer to the attached notice regarding "The Company's Stance on Reducing Investment Units" of the Company issued on the website of the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 4 November, 2020

As at the date of this announcement, the Executive Director is Tadashi Yanai, the Non-executive Directors are Takeshi Okazaki,Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai, the Independent Non-executive Directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ohno.

 

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/eng/ir/news/2011041300.html /eng/ir/news/2011041300.html Wed, 04 Nov 2020 13:00:00 +0900
Announcements and Notices - [Other - Miscellaneous] FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

VOLUNTARY ANNOUNCEMENT

The board of directors of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") hereby announces that the directors of the Company will consider passing of a written resolution on November 4, 2020 to approve payment of final dividend of the Company for the year ended August 31, 2020.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, October 22, 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

 

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/eng/ir/news/2010221300.html /eng/ir/news/2010221300.html Thu, 22 Oct 2020 13:00:00 +0900
Results Summary for Fiscal 2020 (Year to August 31, 2020) FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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Consolidated Business Performance

Performance by Group Operation

FY2020 Main Points

鈻燙onsolidated results: Fast Retailing FY2020 revenue and profit declines, but by much less than predicted in July

  • Full-year revenue and profit declined. Revenue: 樓2.0088 trillion (鈭?2.3% year-on-year), operating profit: 樓149.3 billion (鈭?2.0%).
  • Recorded a full-year impairment loss of 樓23.0 billion primarily following significant decline in 2H revenue in the wake of COVID-19.
  • Japan and Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan) performance recovered at a faster pace than expected, resulting in an overall full-year result that was much better than we had forecast back in July.
  • Scheduled to offer a year-end dividend payment of 樓240 per share to generate a scheduled annual dividend of 樓480 in FY2020.

鈻燯NIQLO Japan: Achieves full-year profit rise. Exceeds latest July estimates

  • UNIQLO Japan revenue fell but profit rose in FY2020. Revenue: 樓806.8 billion (鈭?.6%), operating profit 樓104.6 billion (+2.2%).
  • Same-store sales declined 6.8%. That measure declined 4.6% in 1H on warm winter weather, and 9.6% in 2H after many stores were temporarily closed due to COVID-19. However, sales recovered once stores were reopened in June, resulting in a large 20.2% year-on-year rise in 4Q revenue from June to August.
  • E-commerce sales rose 29.3%, with especially strong year-on-year growth of 54.7% in 2H.
  • The gross profit margin improved 2.4 points to 49.1% on improved discounting rates, and a lower cost of sales as a result of continued appreciation of internal yen exchange rates.

鈻燯NIQLO International: Revenue and profit decline sharply on COVID-19, but better than expected thanks to early recovery in Greater China

  • Revenue declined to 樓843.9 billion (鈭?7.7%), operating profit fell to 樓50.2 billion (鈭?3.8%) on COVID-19.
  • E-commerce was strong, rising approximately 20% year-on-year, thanks to stronger conveying of information on products designed to satisfy stay-at-home demand, and an expansion in the number of markets offering e-commerce operations.
  • While Greater China revenue declined and profit contracted sharply, that region recovered at a faster pace from March onwards than we had predicted. FY2020 e-commerce proved strong, with revenue there expanding by approximately 20% year-on-year.
  • South Korea reported a sharp fall in revenue and recorded an operating loss. South, Southeast Asia & Oceania (Southeast Asia, Australia, and India) reported large revenue and profit declines, but Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Australia recovered favorably in 4Q. North America (USA and Canada) and Europe were both hard hit by COVID-19, resulting in a wider loss in North America and a slight loss in Europe.

鈻燝U: Full-year revenue up, profit down. In line with plan

  • GU revenue rose but profit fell in FY2020. Revenue: 樓246.0 billion (+3.1%), operating profit: 樓21.8 billion (鈭?2.5%).
  • Full-year same-store sales declined 5.2%, but e-commerce sales proved strong, expanding roughly 60% year on year. Products designed to satisfy stay-at-home demand, such as pajamas and loungewear, sold well along with products that perfectly captured the latest mass-trend fashions, such as shirts made out of sheer material and chef's pants for men.
  • The GU gross profit margin declined 0.7 point in FY2020 to 48.3% on stronger discounting of Spring Summer inventory in the wake of COVID-19.

鈻燝lobal Brands: Large revenue fall and overall operating loss fell short of plan

  • Global Brands FY2020 revenue: 樓109.6 billion (鈭?6.9%), operating loss: 樓12.7 billion (v. a 樓3.6 billion operating profit in FY2019). All operations recorded a loss as COVID-19 forced stores to temporarily close their doors and people to stay at home.
  • Theory recorded a large decline in revenue and an operating loss on the back of losses in the USA and Europe, which have both been hit hard by COVID-19.

鈻燜Y2021 consolidated estimates: Expect revenue rise, large profit gain, and a recovery to record profit levels

  • FY2021 estimates for consolidated revenue: 樓2.2000 trillion (+9.5%), consolidated business profit: 樓265.0 billion (+55.9%), consolidated operating profit: 樓245.0 billion (+64.0%), and profit attributable to owners of the parent: 樓165.0 billion (+82.6%).
  • We forecast an annual dividend per share in FY2021 of 樓480, including an interim dividend of 樓240. Same level as FY2020.
  • Revenue predicted to decline in 1H on continued COVID-19 impact, but we forecast large revenue and profit gains in 2H assuming the virus is brought under control. All business segments are forecast to generate full-year revenue and profit gains.
  • We expect other income/expenses to total 鈭捖?0.0 billion after incorporating losses on the retirement of fixed assets and store-closure losses related to our scrap and build policy primarily at UNIQLO operations, and the risk of incurring impairment losses at large-format and global flagship stores.

FY2020 Performance in Focus

鈻燯NIQLO Japan: Achieves full-year profit rise. Exceeds latest July estimates

UNIQLO Japan reported a decline in revenue but a rise in profit in fiscal 2020, with revenue declining to 806.8 billion yen (鈭?.6% year-on-year) and operating profit expanding to 104.6 billion yen (+2.2% year-on-year). Meanwhile, fiscal 2020 same-store sales (including e-commerce) declined 6.8% year-on-year. In the first half from 1 September 2019 through 29 February 2020, same-store sales declined 4.6% year-on-year after sales of warm clothing struggled during the warm winter weather. In the second half from 1 March through 31 August 2020, same-store sales declined by 9.6% year-on-year as the spread of COVID-19 prompted us to temporarily close a maximum of 311 stores during the period from late March through early May 2020, and customer visits declined as people were encouraged to stay at home. However, same-store sales rebounded by an impressive 20.2% year-on-year in the fourth quarter from 1 June through 31 August 2020 after we reopened our stores thanks to strong sales of core Summer ranges, products designed to satisfy stay-at-home demand, and AIRism face masks.

Meanwhile, UNIQLO Japan e-commerce sales increased 29.3% year-on-year in fiscal 2020 to 107.6 billion yen, raising the proportion of online sales to total revenue from 9.5% to 13.3%. Of particular note in the second half, we successfully strengthened our ability to convey e-commerce information through digital advertising and TV commercials and significantly increased the number of new online customers by launching limited-period special prices for our registered app users. These elements helped generate an impressive 54.7% year-on-year increase in second-half e-commerce sales. The UNIQLO Japan gross profit margin rose 2.4 points year-on-year in fiscal 2020 as yen-based exchange rates on product purchasing continued to appreciate and we decided to restrict any excessive discounting of products to attract customers. UNIQLO Japan's selling, general and administrative expense ratio increased by 1.0 point year-on-year in fiscal 2020, but those expenses declined year-on-year in monetary terms. As a result of the above, UNIQLO Japan was able to record a slight increase in operating profit for the full business year.

鈻燯NIQLO International: Revenue and profit decline sharply on COVID-19, but better than expected thanks to early recovery in Greater China

UNIQLO International recorded significant declines in both revenue and profit in fiscal 2020, with revenue falling to 843.9 billion yen (鈭?7.7% year-on-year) and operating profit contracting to 50.2 billion yen (鈭?3.8% year-on-year). This weak performance was due primarily to large declines in revenue and profit in the second half on the back of COVID-19 and the recording of full-year impairment losses for the segment of 15.8 billion yen mainly on operations in South Korea and the United States. However, e-commerce sales increased by roughly 20% year-on-year as our online operations continue to expand favorably in all markets.

Breaking down the UNIQLO International performance into individual regions and markets, UNIQLO Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan) reported a decline in revenue and a significant contraction in operating profit, with revenue for the year totaling 455.9 billion yen (鈭?.3% year-on-year) and operating profit totaling 65.6 billion yen (鈭?6.3% year-on-year). However, Greater China performance improved at a faster pace than predicted from March onwards as local support for our LifeWear concept grew and customers increasingly recognized LifeWear products as essential items for daily living. Greater China e-commerce sales continued strong, expanding by approximately 20% year-on-year in fiscal 2020. Sales at UNIQLO South, Southeast Asia & Oceania (Southeast Asian nations, Australia, and India) declined by approximately 13% year-on-year to 150.0 billion yen and operating profit shrank by approximately 40% year-on-year in fiscal 2020. Having performed extremely well in the first half to generate double-digit growth in both revenue and profit, the region was heavily impacted by COVID-19 in the second half. While it will take some time for sales to recover in the Philippines and Indonesia, which were hit especially hard by COVID-19, sales in other parts of the region began recovering favorably from June onwards. In South Korea, same-store sales declined significantly and the operation posted an operating loss on the back of ongoing Japan-South Korea tensions and the impact of COVID-19. In North America (USA and Canada), nearly all our stores were closed from the middle of March through to the end of June. Changes in the social climate from June onwards and a resurgence in COVID-19 infections resulted in a large decline in revenue and a wider operating loss for the full year through 31 August 2020. UNIQLO Europe was also hit hard by COVID-19 with many stores being closed temporarily and a huge decline in tourist numbers knocking revenue lower and resulting in a slight operating loss for the full year.

Fast Retailing continued to aggressively enter new markets over the period with the first UNIQLO store opening in Italy in Milan in September 2019, the first store opening in India in New Delhi in October 2019, and the first store opening in Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City in December 2019. While all those markets were impacted by COVID-19, UNIQLO Italy managed to post a full-year profit, and the Vietnam operation, which was only launched in December 2019, turned a profit in the second half.

鈻燝U: Full-year revenue up, profit down. In line with plan

Our GU segment recorded an increase in revenue but a decline in profit in fiscal 2020, with revenue reaching 246.0 billion yen (+3.1% year-on-year) and operating profit totaling 21.8 billion yen (鈭?2.5% year-on-year).

GU Japan same-store sales (excluding e-commerce sales) increased in the first half on the back of strong sales of knitwear that perfectly captured the mass fashion trend as well as lightweight outerwear. However, the impact of COVID-19 in the second half resulted in a 5.2% year-on-year decline in GU Japan same-store sales for the full year. That said, same-store sales did start to recover favorably in the fourth quarter, recording a 2.2% year-on-year increase for that quarter on the back of standout sales of products that captured mass fashion trends and products that fulfilled stay-at-home demand. Full-year e-commerce sales performed strongly, expanding by approximately 60% year-on-year on the back of fewer shortages of popular products and more powerful transmission of attractive product-related information. The GU gross profit margin declined 0.7 point year-on-year in fiscal 2020 compared to the extremely strong performance in the previous year and also due to our continued rundown of excess Spring Summer inventories. The GU selling, general and administrative expense ratio rose 1.8 points year-on-year in fiscal 2020 following a large decline in revenue in the second half.

鈻燝lobal Brands: Large revenue fall and overall operating loss fell short of plan.

The Global Brands segment reported large declines in both revenue and profit in fiscal 2020, with revenue totaling 109.6 billion yen (鈭?6.9% year-on-year) and the segment reporting an operating loss of 12.7 billion yen compared to a 3.6 billion yen operating profit in the previous year. This weak performance was due primarily to the large impact of COVID-19 in the United States and Europe, which resulted in continued losses for our France-based Comptoir des Cotonniers and Princesse tam.tam brands and our US-based J Brand label and also forced our Theory operation into the red. That new operating loss for Theory was generated by a significant decline in revenue resulting from temporary store closures and stay-at-home practices as well as strong discounting of stock. Our PLST brand also saw revenue decline due to COVID-19, resulting in a slight full-year operating loss. Comptoir des Cotonniers stores were temporarily closed for nearly two whole months resulting in a large decline in revenue and continued operating losses for the full business year.

鈻燜Y2021 consolidated estimates: Expect revenue rise, large profit gain, and a recovery to record profit levels

In the financial year ending August 31, 2021, Fast Retailing expects to see a rise in revenue, a large increase in profit, and a recovery to similar record profits levels achieved in FY2019. We forecast consolidated revenue will increase to 樓2.2000 trillion (+9.5% year-on-year), consolidated business profit will rise to 樓265.0 billion (+55.9%), consolidated operating profit will reach 樓245.0 billion (+64.0%), and profit attributable to owners of the parent will expand to 樓165.0 billion (+82.6%), translating into earnings per share of 樓1,616.05. Other income/expenses are expected to total 鈭捖?0.0 billion after incorporating losses on the retirement of fixed assets and store-closure losses related to our scrap and build policy primarily at UNIQLO operations, and the risk of incurring impairment losses at large-format and global flagship stores. We forecast the annual dividend per share for FY2021 will remain the same as for FY2020 at 樓480, split equally between interim and year-end dividends of 樓240.

In the first six months from September 2020 through February 2021, we are forecasting a decline in revenue based on the assumption that COVID-19 will continue to heavily impact business in Southeast Asia, North America and Europe. However, in the second half from March through August 2021, we expect all business segments will report a large increase in revenue and a considerable improvement in operating profit assuming COVID-19 has been brought under control by that point.

We expect UNIQLO International will see large gains in revenue and a more than doubling in operating profit in FY2021. Breaking down that forecast geographically, we expect a significant increase in revenue in Greater China and double-digit year-on-year growth in e-commerce sales. While the pace of growth in Greater China e-commerce sales may slacken somewhat, we expect profit margins will improve considerably as we control discounting during major bargain sale events and strengthen our appeal of product value. Owing to a continued tough environment in South Korea, we forecast revenue will decline and operating profit break even in that market in FY2021. We expect South, Southeast Asia & Oceania will generate large revenue and profit gains, North America will report a rise in revenue and a narrower operating loss, and Europe will achieve a large rise in revenue and a return into the black. UNIQLO Japan is forecast to achieve higher revenue and a significant increase in profit on the back of an improved gross profit margin and SG&A ratio. GU is expected to generate a large rise in full-year profit on the back of a near doubling in operating profit in the second half. Global Brands is forecast to achieve a rise in revenue and a positive operating profit on the back of large revenue and profit gains from our Theory and PLST operations and reduced losses at our Comptoir des Cotonniers label.

Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. discloses business results data and offers a variety of press releases on its IR website http://www.nangonggai.com/eng/ir/.

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/eng/ir/news/2010151800.html /eng/ir/news/2010151800.html Thu, 15 Oct 2020 18:00:00 +0900
Annual Results Announcement for the Year Ended 31 August 2020 and Resumption of Trading /eng/ir/library/tanshin.html /eng/ir/library/tanshin.html Thu, 15 Oct 2020 15:20:00 +0900 [Overseas Regulatory Announcement-Amendment of Fast Retailing Articles of Incorporation] FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

OVERSEAS REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT

This overseas regulatory announcement is made by Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") pursuant to Rule 13.10B of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Please refer to the attached notice regarding "Partial Amendment to Fast Retailing Articles of Incorporation" of the Company issued on the website of the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 15 October, 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

 

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Overseas Regulatory Announcement - Notice related to the issuance of stock-based compensation stock option (share subscription rights) FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
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FAST RETAILING CO., LTD.
榪呴姺鏈夐檺鍏徃
(Incorporated in Japan with limited liability)
(Stock code: 6288)

OVERSEAS REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT

This overseas regulatory announcement is made by Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (the "Company") pursuant to Rule 13.10B of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Please refer to the attached "Notice related to the issuance of stock-based compensation stock option (share subscription rights)" of the Company issued on the website of the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.

By order of the Board
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
Shea Yee Man
Company Secretary

Japan, 15 October 2020

As at the date of this announcement, our executive director is Tadashi Yanai, our non-executive directors are Takeshi Okazaki, Kazumi Yanai and Koji Yanai and our independent non-executive directors are Toru Hambayashi, Nobumichi Hattori, Masaaki Shintaku, Takashi Nawa and Naotake Ono.

 

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Fast Retailing Announcements and Notices - [Trading Halt / Inside Information] /eng/ir/news/2010151300.html /eng/ir/news/2010151300.html Thu, 15 Oct 2020 13:00:00 +0900
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