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Fundamental Policy for Distribution of Earnings

TDK recognizes that achieving increase in corporate value over the medium- and long-term ultimately translates into higher shareholder value. In line with this understanding, TDK’s fundamental policy is to work to consistently increase dividends through growth in earnings per share. By actively investing for growth, mainly in the development of new products and technologies in key fields so as to respond precisely to rapid technological innovation in the electronics industry, TDK is aiming to increase a medium- and long-term corporate value. Accordingly, TDK actively reinvests its earning in business activities and determines its dividends taking into consideration comprehensive factors, including return on equity (ROE) and dividends on equity (DOE) on a consolidated basis, as well as changes in the business environment, among other factors.

TDK plans to pay an interim dividend of 60 yen per common share and a year-end dividend of 60 yen per common share respectively in fiscal 2025.

Dividends per common share

Term FY March 2021 FY March 2022 FY March 2023 FY March 2024 FY March 2025
Dividends per common share Yen 60 Yen 78.3 Yen 106 Yen 116 (Forecast) Yen 120 (Forecast)
Interim dividends Yen 30 Yen 33.3 Yen 53 Yen 58 Yen 60 (Forecast)
Year-end dividends Yen 30 Yen 45 Yen 53 Yen 58(Forecast) Yen 60 (Forecast)
Payout ratio 28.7% 22.6% 35.2% 35.3% 35.6%

※TDK split one share of its common stock into three shares with the effective date of October 1, 2021.
Figures prior to fiscal 2021 have been converted to align with the post-stock split standard.
TDK has voluntarily adopted International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) from the consolidated financial
statements in the Annual Securities Report for the fiscal 2022.

No Special Benefits for Shareholders

We do not have a system of special benefits for shareholders.
Our basic policy is to return profits through dividends.