Major risks related to Seven Bank’s business and other areas that have been recognized by management as possibly having significant effects on the financial
condition, operating results, and cash flows of the consolidated companies are listed below. Moreover, items that may not qualify as such but are deemed
important for investment decisions of investors are also disclosed below, for the purpose of proactive disclosure to investors. Risks related to the Bank’s
business and other areas are not limited to those stated, and the Bank does not guarantee that it is free from risks other than those stated, including those
that are unidentified.
Certain items in this section may contain forward-looking statements. However, unless otherwise stated, all judgments were made at the end of the consolidated fiscal year under review.
Under the Basic Policy on Risk Control, which is determined by the Bank’s Board of Directors, the Bank has established Bank-wide risk management policies, management policies for specific risks, and a risk management organization and structure as a framework to appropriately recognize and manage various types of risks in its operations. In addition, for appropriate risk management, the Bank has established a Risk Management Committee and an Asset-Liability Management (ALM) Committee as advisory bodies to the Executive Committee with respect to risks; the Risk Management Division, which is responsible for supervising overall Bank-wide risk management activities; and risk management divisions for managing specific types of risk.