About Renesas Electronics
Q1 When was Renesas Electronics established?
The company was established on November 1, 2002 as the former company, NEC Electronics, but it started operation on April 1, 2010, as Renesas Electronics through an integration of Renesas Technology.
Q2 Where is the company's headquarters located?
TOYOSU FORESIA, 3-2-24 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0061, Japan
Q3 What kind of company is Renesas Electronics? What are its strengths?
Renesas Electronics is a dedicated semiconductor company which has the world leading share in the microcontroller area, especially in the automotive semiconductor market. With a base of high-quality research and development, an advanced design development platform, and wide-range manufacturing technologies, we supply competitive products and provide rapid optimum semiconductor solutions.
Q1 Where is Renesas Electronics listed?
The Company is listed on the Prime Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).
Q2 What is the securities code for Renesas Electronics' shares?
The securities code is 6723.
Q3 Which securities analysts cover Renesas Electronics?
Analyst Coverage contains a list of securities analysts covering Renesas Electronics
Q4 When is your next annual shareholders' meeting?
We plan to hold shareholders' meeting at the end of March every year. For information regarding previous shareholders' meeting, please click here.
Q5 What is Renesas Electronics' policy regarding payment of dividends?
Please visit Dividend Information.
Q1 When does Renesas Electronics announce its financial results?
While Renesas Electronics concludes its fiscal year on March 31 of each year until the fiscal year 2015 and changed its fiscal year-end to December 31 from 2016, the Company announces quarterly combined financial results during the fiscal year. For more information, please consult the IR Schedule, which contains details pertaining to the release of future announcement.
Q2 Where can graphs of Renesas Electronics' operating results be found?
Please visit Financial Highlights.
Renesas' Largest Shareholder
Q1 Is the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) the Renesas' parent company?
Although INCJ is Renesas' largest shareholder with 69.16% of shares, it is not a parent company of Renesas. INCJ is an investing firm aimed at capital gain, and has an intention to let go of its shares in the future, therefore, the role of INCJ does not correspond to that of parent company of Renesas.
Q2 Is there a possibility that the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) let Renesas' shares go right after its capital injection?
While that is something for INCJ to decide, their investment principle is to keep shares of invested companies for 5 to 7 years in general and they have confirmed that they would keep our shares for medium- to long-term.
Q1 How does one request IR materials on Renesas Electronics?
Please visit Inquiry.
Q2 Where should IR-related inquires be directed?
Please visit Inquiry..