Entry Application Form

【STEP1. Basic information】

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Company name

Company name (English Notation)

Position (representative)

Name (representative)

Date of Birth
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Post Code
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Address

Tel

Fax

Home Page URL

Email Address

【STEP2. Person in charge】

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Positon (In charge)

Name (In charge)

Email

Address

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【STEP3.Company information】

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Company founded Date
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Number of Staff

Capital
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description of business

Latest closing date
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Sales Amount
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Operating income
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Ordinary Profit
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Listed/ Unlisted
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Kind of Business

【STEP4. Others】

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Request to the association

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【STEP5.Constitution & the article of incorporation】
Member Agreement for the Asia Leaders Association
March 19, 2014
(Purpose)

Article 1.This Agreement serves to establish the items necessary for a Member of this Entity (hereinafter, "Member(s)") to become initiated into or withdrawal from this Entity as well as their rights and responsibilities, et al. in accordance with Section 3 of the Articles of Incorporation (hereinafter, "Articles of Incorporation") for the Asia Leaders Association (hereinafter, "this Entity").

(Membership Type and Credentials)

Article 2.Members are those who have applied to this Entity, in accordance with its specified procedures, and who have been approved by its Executive Board (hereinafter, "Executive Board").
2.1 The types of membership shall be Regular Members, Special Members and Supporting Members as stipulated in Article 5 of the Articles of Incorporation.

(Application for Initiation and Approval/Disapproval)

Article 3.Persons wishing to become Members must receive the approval of the Executive Board upon application for initiation by the method designated by this Entity.
3.1 When a corporation or group becomes a Member they shall designate 1 person to execute their rights in this Entity (hereinafter, "Member Representative". However, it is unnecessary that the representative be the documented representative of the corporation) and must notify this Entity.
3.2 In the event of a change in Member Representative, prompt notification of the change must be submitted to this Entity by a separately stipulated notification of change.
3.3 Changes to an existing Member's classification will not be recognized within the Business Year (hereinafter, "Business Year") as stipulated in Article 42 of the Articles of Incorporation of this Entity. Members wishing to initiate membership, changing the membership classification previously obtained, shall, after paying the dues applicable to the newly obtained membership classification to this Entity regardless of the point in time initiated in the Business Year, initiate procedures to withdrawal from the membership classification previously obtained.
3.4 This Entity may not be able to accept applications for initiation if any of the following are applicable:
(1) When there is no agreement with the purpose of this Entity.
(2) When expulsion from this Entity has occurred in the past.
(3) When there are false statements, errors or omissions in the registration items for the application for initiation.
(4) When, in accordance with Article 4 of this Agreement, anti-social forces are present.
(5) When there are other matters deemed inappropriate upon receipt of the application.
3.5 This Entity shall promptly notify persons applying for initiation in the event their application for initiation is approved by the Executive Board.
3.6 The credentials of the persons applying for initiation shall originate from the point in time when the notification from this Entity under the previous Clause is undertaken.
3.7 In the event that an application for initiation is disapproved of by the Executive Board, this Entity bears no responsibility for the persons who undertook the application for initiation, nor does it bear responsibility for explaining or disclosing the reason for the disapproval of the application for initiation.

(Exclusion of Anti-social Forces etc.)

Article 4.The initiation of companies, as well as officers of related companies (including spouses and 2nd degree relations of the applicable officers. Hereinafter "Officers et al."), or primary shareholders (all shareholders in the case of companies not publicly listed with an exchange) as well as trading partners for which the below is applicable or becomes applicable, will not be recognized. Furthermore, should the person already be a Member, there membership status shall be immediately revoked.
(1) Anti-social forces or equivalent persons (hereinafter, "Anti-social Forces et al.").
(2) Support, operate or otherwise involved with Anti-social Forces et al. through the provision of financing or other activities.
(3) Intentionally maintain relations with Anti-social Forces at al.
4.1 If a Member loses their membership credentials based on the provisions of the previous Article or the previous Clause, any dues paid shall not be returned.

(Initiation Fees and Annual Dues)

Article 5.Members must pay the cost of the following dues, to be paid as stipulated by the Executive Board, so that this Entity may bear the expenses needed to engage in its operations and activities:
(1) Regular Members (Annual Dues/Untaxed)
Number of Employees (Regular Employees): fewer than 20; 36,000 JPY
Number of Employees (Regular Employees): more than 19 fewer than 60; 60,000 JPY
Number of Employees (Regular Employees): 60 or more; 120,000 JPY
(2) Decisions shall be made regarding Special Members upon approval of the Executive Board.
(3) Supporting Members Dues (Annual Dues) shall be paid as established by each office for each person initiating membership for each Asian office. Decisions on dues shall be made upon approval of the Executive Board.
Decisions shall be made regarding Supporting Members upon approval of the Executive Board.

(Method of Payment)

Article 6.Members shall pre-pay annual dues by automatic bank transfer by the designated due date in a lump sum based on the invoice issued from this Entity. Note that any transfer fees will be the responsibility of the Member.
6.1 Members initiating membership during the Business Year shall pay for 1 year from the month of initiation corresponding to the period of initiation.
6.2 Under Clause 1 of this Article, annual dues shall be paid to the account designated by this Entity by the end of the month following the month the invoice was delivered.
6.3 Once dues et al. have been paid they will not be returned under any circumstances.

(Period of Membership Credential Validity)

Article 7.The period of validity for a Member's credentials and dues shall be until the last day of the month a year following the month in which this Entity notifies the Member of the approval of their application for initiation.
7.1 Unless an expression of intent to withdrawal is received by this Entity or a Member in writing or by e-mail from the other party by 1 month prior to the end of the validity period, the validity period in accordance with this Agreement shall be further renewed for 1 year. The same applies to subsequent periods.

(Member Responsibilities)

Article 8.Members shall bear responsibility for each of the following:
(1) Adhering to the laws, Articles of Incorporation, this Agreement and other regulations in addition to this Entity's decisions.
(2) Payment of dues et al. of this Entity by the deadline of Article 5 of this Agreement.
(3) Introduction of the representatives of 2 companies as candidates for initiation within 3 months of initiation.

(Procedures for Optional Withdrawal)

Article 9.A Member may opt to withdrawal upon 1-month prior written or email notification to this Entity. In this event, registration in the membership roster will be removed.

(Forbidden Items)

Article 10.Members may not engage in the following behavior:
(1) Actions in the name of this Entity without approval or preparations for the same.
(2) Actions that impede, or have the potential to impede, the operation of this Entity.
(3) Actions injurious, or have the potential to be injurious, to the reputation of this Entity.
(4) Acts of false notification or reporting to this Entity.
(5) Other actions deemed inappropriate by this Entity.

(Notifications and Contacts)

Article 11.Members shall register their names (full name), addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses etc. with this Entity at the time of their application for initiation. Members shall promptly notify this Entity's offices in writing, by fax or by email in the event of a change in contact information. However, should any disadvantages occur due to a Member's neglecting said notification, this Entity shall bear no responsibility.
11.1 In accordance with this Agreement, notifications and other communications from the Member to this Entity shall be made in writing or by e-mail to this Entity's e-mail address. In this case, this Entity's notifications shall be deemed having been made using the Member's registered contact information.
11.2 This Entity may, in place of written notifications to Members whose prior approval has been obtained, supplement notifications under the previous Clause by publicizing notification content on this Entity's website. In this event the notification shall be deemed to have arrived as of the time of its publication.
11.3 In accordance with this Agreement, notifications and other communications from the Member to this Entity shall be made in writing or by e-mail to this Entity's e-mail address.
11.4 In the event that notifications under the previous Clause are conducted by e-mail, they shall be deemed to have arrived as of the point in time when they can be read by this Entity.

(Handling of Personal Information)

Article 12.This Entity shall adequately manage Members' personal information using a membership roster.
12.1 Members agree to use e-mail addresses as well as other personal information registered with this Entity for the following purposes:
(1) For requests and guidance relating to the provision of information relating to this Entity and related member benefits such as seminars.
(2) For confirmations to Members relating to dues.
(3) For disclosing an overview of membership et al. relating to Member classification, names of registered organization, and affiliations and positions.

Materials, information et. al. provided by this Entity or its Members is done so in its original format, and this Entity does not provide any securitization, including for the violation of intellectual property rights of third parties with regard to the results of using these materials and information . With regard to materials and information obtained through the course of this Entity's activities, Members shall make their own determination regarding their acceptance or rejection, methods etc. Even in the event that a Member or third party is damaged by this, this Entity shall bear no responsibility.
13.1 In the event that this Entity bears responsibility for damages to a Member, regardless of the reason, this Entity will not bear responsibility indirect damages, special damages, lost profits, or damages resulting from claims from third parties or casual negligence whether foreseen or unforeseen.
13.2 In the event that a disagreement arises between Members, the applicable Members shall resolve the matter between themselves and this Entity shall not resolve the disagreement nor bear any responsibility.
13.3 This Entity also bears no responsibility for damages resulting from the addition, change, suspension or termination of the content of any of the various benefits provided to Members as a result of enactments, revisions or abolition of the Articles of Incorporation, this Agreement and other regulations.
13.4 This Agreement continues to be valid for Members even after they withdrawal, or lose their Member credentials by expulsion.
(Abolition or Revision of this Agreement)

Article 14.Abolition of or revision to this Agreement will be made by decision of the Executive Board.
14.1 Abolition of or revision to this Agreement shall take effect upon publication on this Entity's Website and thereafter Member shall be bound by any additions, or changes to this Agreement.

(Governing Law and Agreed upon Jurisdiction)

Article 15.Should any doubts arise on the part of a Member with regard to this Entity's activities or this Agreement, they shall consult with this Entity's Executive Board and the parties shall strive in good faith to come to a resolution.
15.1 The governing law in the event of disagreements, litigation etc. between members and this Entity with regard to this Entity's activities or this Agreement shall be Japanese law.
15.2 In the event that litigation etc. arises between a Member and this Entity, the Agreed upon Jurisdiction of first instance shall be the Tokyo District Court.

Supplementary Provisions

1. Upon the enactment of this Agreement, necessary items will be stipulated separately.
2. This Agreement is enacted as of April 1, 2013.

Articles of IncorporationAsia Leaders Association
Created February 8, 2013
Created July 1, 2013
Section 1. General Provisions
(Designation)

Article 1. This Entity shall be designated the Asia Leaders Association.

(Offices)

Article 2. This Entity's primary offices will be located in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
2.1 The Entity, by a decision of the Executive Board, may establish subsidiary offices in necessary locations.

Section 2. Mission and Operations
(Mission)

Article 3. The mission of this Entity shall be to contribute to the development of the economies of Japan and the rest of Asia and the security and enhancements of the lives of those living there, by assembling managers active in Japan and the rest of Asia to help one another with the management issues they are facing and grow together.

(Operations)

Article 4. This Entity will engage in the following operations to fulfill the mission outlined in the preceding clause.
1. Holding various committee meetings, study meetings, networking events and foreign study tours for members
2. Exchanging information through communication media such as a newsletter and the Internet
3. Networking with Japanese domestic management groups
4. Holding international networking events and meetings with Asian managers and management organizations
5. Development of the next generation of management leaders
6. Arranging activities and charitable collections for social engagement
7. Any operation relating to the preceding operations

Section 3. Membership
(Entity Composition)

Article 5. This Entity establishes the following membership types.
(1) Regular Members: Corporations and/or sole proprietors who support the mission of this Entity, and have been initiated.
(2) Special Members: Corporations, groups, organizations and/or individuals who support the mission of this Entity, and have been initiated upon receiving special approval by the Executive Board.
(3) Supporting Members: Corporations and/or sole proprietors who support the mission of this Entity, and have been initiated.
5.1 Of the preceding clause, Regular Members shall be legal employees of General Corporations as well as General Foundations.

(Membership Initiation)

Article 6. Individuals wishing to become Regular Members, or Special Members of this Entity shall apply in accordance with the Executive Board's specifications and must receive the approval of the Executive Board.

(Dues)

Article 7. Members of this Entity are responsible for the payment of dues separately stipulated by the Executive Board.
7.1 Refunds will not be made for dues once they have been paid. Furthermore, unpaid dues corresponding to the term of membership must be paid even in the event of withdrawal, expulsion or loss of membership status.

(Withdrawal)

Article 8. A member may withdraw at any time by notification as separately stipulated by the Executive Board.

(Expulsion of Regular Members)

Article 9. Should any of the following apply to a Regular Member, the applicable Member may be expelled by decision of the General Meeting.
(1) A violation of these Articles of Incorporation, Member Agreement or other regulation occurs.
(2) This Entity's reputation is damaged.
(3) An action is taken that violates this Entity's mission.
(4) Another valid reason warranting expulsion.

(Expulsion of Special and Supporting Members etc.)

Article 10. Should any of the following apply to a Special or Supporting Member, this Entity, by a decision of its Executive Board, may recommend that the applicable member withdraw, and the applicable member shall be obliged to do so. Furthermore, this Entity may, by decision of the Executive Board, force the withdrawal of the applicable member and/or expel the member.
(1) A grave violation of these Articles of Incorporation, Member Agreement or other regulation occurs.
(2) This Entity's reputation is damaged.
(3) An action is taken that violates this Entity's mission.
(4) Any other action is taken that is deemed to have had a negative impact on this Entity's operations.

(Loss of Membership Status)

Article 11. Aside from the three articles above, a member may lose their status if any of the following apply.
(1) Dues have not been paid in over three months.
(2) Upon the agreement of all Regular Members.
(3) A corporate member initiates bankruptcy proceedings, civil restructuring proceedings, corporate reorganization proceedings, special liquidation or other legal bankruptcy proceeding or if a company is disbanded (including by public decree), liquidated (including special liquidation) or initiates internal reorganization proceedings.
(4) A member organization is disbanded.
(5) A member who is a sole proprietor suspends operations or becomes deceased.

Section 4. General Meeting
(Type and Composition)

Article 12. General meetings shall be either regular or extraordinary and in either case shall be comprised of Regular Members.
12.1 As of the General Meeting of the preceding clause, there shall be a General Meeting of legal employees of General Corporations as well as General Foundations, and a regular employee General Meeting shall occur in the same manner as the regular General Meeting.
12.2 Voting rights at the General Meeting shall be one vote per Regular Member.

(Authority)

Article 13. The General Meeting of this Entity's membership shall vote on the following items.
(1) Expulsion of Regular Members
(2) Selection and termination of Executives as well as Auditors
(3) Approval of the balance sheet and profit and loss statement (net worth increase and decrease statement)
(4) Changes to the Articles of Incorporation
(5) Disbanding as well as disposal of Residual Assets
(6) Other items stipulated for decision by the General Meeting per the Law or these Articles of Incorporation

(Meetings)

Article 14. A regular General Meeting shall be held within the first three months following the completion of a business year, and extraordinary meetings shall be held as necessary.

(Quorum)

Article 15. A General Meeting will result from the attendance of one half or more of its composite membership.

(Convocation)

Article 16. The General Meeting, unless otherwise stipulated by law, will be convened by the Chair based on the decision of the Executive Board.
16.1 Members holding one fifth or more of the voting rights may request a convocation of the General Meeting by indicating the items for which the General Meeting is attended to address, as well as the reason for convocation, to the Chair of the Executive Board.
16.2 With the approval of all Regular Members, the General Meeting may be held without going through convocation proceedings.
   16.3 The notification in the preceding clause may be undertaken in writing or electronically.

(Chairperson)

Article 17. The Chair of the Executive Board shall serve as Chairperson of the General Meeting. However, should the Chair of the Executive Board be unavailable due to unforeseen circumstances, another Executive Board Member, based on an order predetermined by the Executive Board may serve with the approval of the General Meeting.

(Resolutions)

Article 18. Resolutions of the General Meeting, except where otherwise stipulated by law or these Articles of Incorporation, shall be made by attendance of Regular Members holding a majority of the voting rights of all Regular Members and by a majority of votes in favor.
18.1 Regardless of the preceding clause, the following decisions shall be made by a majority of Regular Members and two-thirds or more of the Regular Members voting rights.
(1) Expulsion of Regular Members
(2) Dismissal of Auditors
(3) Changes to the Articles of Incorporation
(4) Disbandment
(5) Other items stipulated by law

(Omission of Resolution of the General Meeting)

Article 19. With the approval of all Regular Members, the General Meeting may be held without going through convocation proceedings.

(Exercise of Voting Rights by Proxy)

Article 20. Regular Members who are unable to attend the General Meeting may appoint an Officer or other Regular Member of this Entity to exercise their voting rights on predetermined matters.
20.1 The proxy in accordance with the preceding clause must demonstrate their right of proxy, to this Entity, for each General Meeting either in writing or digitally.
20.2 The Regular Member shall be deemed to be in attendance for the purposes of Article 18.

(Minutes)

Article 21. Meeting minutes shall be created, as stipulated by law, for the General Meeting and kept at the primary office for ten years from the date of the General Meeting.
21.1 The Chairperson as well as two Regular Members selected, as signatories to the Meeting Minutes, at the General Meeting from those in attendance shall sign and seal the minutes of the preceding clause.

Section 5. Officers, et al.
(Appointment of Officers)

Article 22. This Entity appoints the following Officers.
(1) Executives, three individuals or more, twenty or fewer
(2) Auditor, three individuals or fewer
22.1 Of the Executives, one shall be Chair, two or more shall be Assistant Chairs and one shall be a Senior Executive.
22.2 As of the Chair of the Executive Board of the preceding clause, there shall be a representative Executive of General Corporations as well as General Foundations, and they shall serve as operational implementation Executive for Article 91, Clause 1, (2) of the same law.
22.3 Of (2), Auditors of General Corporations as well as General Foundations shall be legal Auditors.

(Selection of Officers)

Article 23. Executives and Auditors shall be selected by decision of the General Meeting from among the corporate representatives or sole proprietors who are Regular Members.
23.1 The Chair, Assistant Chairs and Senior Executive shall be selected from among the Executives by decision of the Executive Board.

(Powers and Duties of Executives)

Article 24. Executives shall form the Executive Board and pursue their duties in accordance with the stipulations of the Law and these Articles of Incorporation.
24.1 The Chair of the Executive Board will represent the Entity and perform its duties.
24.2 The Assistant Chairs will support the Chair.
24.3 The Senior Executive will support the Chair and Assistant Chairs and share in the execution of this Entity's operations.

(Powers and Duties of Auditors)

Article 25. Auditors will monitor the performance of duties of Executives and create audit reports in accordance with the law.
Auditors may at any time, request reports on business from Executives and employees, and investigate the operations and assets of this Entity.

(Term of Officers))

Article 26. The term for Executives shall be until the end of the regular General Meeting for the final business year within two years of appointment. Reappointment is permitted.
26.1 The term for Auditors shall be until the end of the regular General Meeting for the final business year within two years of appointment. Reappointment is permitted.
26.2 The term for Executives or Auditors who were selected as replacements shall be until the completion of the term of the previous officeholder.
26.3 The term for Executives selected when increasing the size of the Executive Board shall be until the completion of the term of other current Executives.
26.4 When the number of Executives or Auditors falls below that established in Article 22, the Executive or Auditor shall retain their rights and responsibilities until a newly selected person is appointed, even should their term be complete or they resign.

(Dismissal of Officers, et al.)

Article 27. Executives or Auditors may be dismissed by a resolution of the General Meeting.
27.1 If Executives or Auditors lose their status as a Regular Member in this Entity, they also lose their standing as Officer with this Entity.

(Remuneration of Officers, et al.)

Article 28. The positions of Executive and Auditor shall be unpaid.

(Limitation of Officer's Liability)

Article 29. This Entity, in accordance with the regulations of Article 114 of the Law on General Corporations and General Association, by decision of the Executive Board, may exempt Executives (including former Executives) from responsibility pertaining to actions in Article 111 of the same law.
29.1 This Entity, in accordance with the regulations of Article 114 of the Law on General Corporations and General Association, by decision of the Executive Board, may exempt Auditors (including former Auditors) from responsibility pertaining to actions in Article 111 of the same law.

(Appointment of Advisors)

Article 30. This Entity may have 10 Advisors or fewer.
30.1 Advisors assist the Executive Board, and offer opinions on important matters for operations of the Entity.
30.2 Appointment and dismissal of Advisors are by decision of the Executive Board.
30.3 The term for an Advisor is two years. Reappointment is permitted.
30.4 Advisors shall be unpaid.

Section 6. The Executive Board
(Composition)

Article 31. This Entity establishes an Executive Board.
31.1 The Executive Board shall be comprised of all of the Executives.

(Authority)

Article 32. The Executive Board shall perform the following duties.
(1) Decisions on the performance of this Entity's operations
(2) Auditing of the performance of Executive's duties
(3) Appointment and dismissal of Representative Executives as well as Operational Executives
(4) Appointment and dismissal of Advisors
(5) Appointment and dismissal of Committee Chairs and Assistant Committee Chairs
(6) Appointment and dismissal of Regional Chiefs and Office Chiefs
(7) Appointment and dismissal of Secretaries
(8) Items related to the performance of other duties as decided by the General Meeting

(Types and Meetings)

Article 33. The Executive Board shall have regular and extraordinary meetings, with regular meetings being held six times throughout the business year and extraordinary meetings held as necessary.

(Convocation)

Article 34. The Chair of Executive Board shall convene the Executive Board.
34.1 In the event that the Chair is unavailable or unable to convene, each Executive shall convene the Executive Board.

(Chairperson)

Article 35. The Chair of the Executive Board shall serve as Chairperson of the Executive Board.
35.1 Should the Chair of the Executive Board be unavailable due to unforeseen circumstances, another Executive Board Member, based on an order predetermined by the Executive Board may serve.

(Resolutions)

Article 36. Resolutions of the Executive Board shall be made by attendance of a majority of Executives with voting rights and by a majority of votes in favor.
36.1 Executives with a conflict of interest in the resolution of any matter in the preceding clause are precluded from voting.

(Omission of Resolution)

Article 37. Should an Executive make a proposal relating to an item for decision by the Executive Board, the proposal shall be deemed approved in the event that all Executives who can vote on the matter express their assent to the Executive Board in writing or by electronic means. However, this is not the case if an irregularity is registered by an Auditor.

(Minutes)

Article 38. Meeting minutes shall be created, as stipulated by law, for the Executive Board and kept at the primary office for ten years from the date of the Executive Board.
38.1 The Chair and/or Auditor in attendance shall sign and seal the minutes of the preceding clause.

Section 7. Special Committees, Chapters and Offices

Article 39. The Executive Board, within its rights and responsibilities, may establish a Special Committee.
39.1 A Special Committee investigates, researches and discusses items delegated to it by the Executive Board and submits its reports to the Executive Board.
39.2 A Special Committee is composed of Committee Members approved by the Executive Board. However, should the Committee Chair deem it necessary a person other than a committee member may be permitted to attend.
39.3 Appointment and dismissal of Committee Chair and Assistant Committee Chairs are by decision of the Executive Board. However, the Committee Chair and Assistant Committee Chairs may be recommended to the Executive Board by the Committee.
39.4 Necessary items relating to the structure and operation of Special Committees will be established by the Executive Board.

(Establishment of Chapters and Offices)

Article 40. The Executive Board may establish Chapters domestically in Japan and Offices abroad.
40.1 Chapters and Offices can support Member activities and recruit Members in each region.
40.2 Chapters and Offices are composed of Chapter Members and Office Members from each region who have received the approval of the Executive Board.
40.3 Appointment and dismissal of Chapter Chiefs and Office Chiefs are by decision of the Executive Board.
40.4 Necessary items relating to the structure and operation of Chapters and Offices will be established by the Executive Board.

Section 8. Steering Committee
(Steering Committee)

Article 41. The Executive Board may establish a Steering Committee.
41.1 The Steering Committee discusses the activities and management of the operations of this Entity.
41.2 The Steering Committee is composed of Committee Chairs, Member Representatives and Executives from each region approved by the Executive Board.
41.3 Necessary items relating to the structure and operation of the Steering Committee will be established by the Executive Board.

Section 9. Assets and Accounting
(Business Year)

Article 42. The business year of this Entity shall begin on April 1st of each year and end on March 31st of the following year.

(Business Plan and Budget)

Article 43. The business plan and budget for this Entity must be created by the Chair by the day preceding the first day of every business year, and must be approved by the Executive Board. Changes shall be treated in the same fashion.
43.1 The documents in the preceding clause shall be kept at the primary office until the end of the applicable business year.

(Operational Report and Fiscal Results)

Article 44. This Entity's operational report and fiscal results shall be covered in the creation of the following documents by the Chair of the Executive Board after the end of each fiscal year and, after having been audited by the Auditors, must be approved by the Executive Board.
(1) Operational report
(2) Operational report supplementary statements
(3) Balance sheet
(4) Profit and loss statement (net worth increase and decrease statement)
(5) Balance sheet and profit and loss statement (net worth increase and decrease statement) supplementary statements
44.1 Of the documents approved in the preceding clause, (1), (3) and (4) shall be submitted to the regular General Meeting and the content of (1) shall be reported and other documents shall be approved.
44.2 In addition to the documents in Article 44, the audit reports shall be kept in the primary office for five years.

(Surplus Distributions)

(Surplus Distributions)

Section 10. Amendments of the Articles of Incorporation and Dissolution
(Changes to the Articles of Incorporation))

Article 46. These Articles of Incorporation may be changed by a resolution of the General Meeting.

(Dissolution)

Article 47. This Entity may be dissolved by resolution of the General Meeting or other reasons stipulated by law.

(Disposal of Residual Assets)

Article 48. The assets remaining upon liquidation of this Entity, upon resolution of the General Meeting, shall be donated to entities listed in Article 5, Clause 17 of the Law on Public Corporations and Public Foundations or to the national or local public governments.

Section 11. Method of Notification
(Method of Notification)

Article 49. Notifications by this Entity will be made in public, easily visible locations in the primary offices of the Entity.

Section 12. Panel
(Panel)

Article 50. A Panel shall be established for the processing of the affairs of this Entity.
50.1 A Panel Chair and fixed employees should be placed on the panel with a Senior Executive being designated.
50.2 Important employees of a Panel shall be appointed by the Chair with the approval of the Executive Board.
50.3 A Panel may outsource all, or part, of this Entity's operations.

(Ledgers and Documents)

Article 51. The Panel shall maintain the following Ledgers and Documents within the scope of the law.
(1) Articles of Incorporation
(2) Member Registry as well as documentation on changes
(3) Registries and resumes of Executives, Auditors and other Employees
(4) Documents relating to permissions, approvals and registration
(5) Documents related to decisions by organizations stipulated within the Articles of Incorporation, various meeting minutes
(6) The Business Plan and Budget
(7) Operational report and calculations
(8) Other ledgers and vouchers stipulated by law

Section 13. Additional Provisions
(Delegation)

Article 52. Items necessary for this Entity's operations, which have not been stipulated in these Articles of Incorporation, shall be separately determined by resolution of the Executive Board.

Supplementary Provision

1. These Articles of Incorporation shall take effect July 1, 2013.
2. Items not stipulated in these Articles of Incorporation, Member Agreement or other regulations shall adhere to the Law on General Corporations and General Foundations.

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