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June 23, 2015

Japan Display Inc. Shifts to New Organization in July 2015

June 23, 2015 (Tokyo, Japan): Japan Display Inc. (President and COO: Shuji Aruga, JDI), a leading global supplier of small- and medium-sized displays, will be restructuring its organization at the division level on July 1, 2015.

1. Organization

2. Executive Officers

Chief Executive Officer Mitsuru Homma
Chief Operating Officer Shuji Aruga
Chief Financial Officer Keiichi Yoshida
Chief Administrative Officer Takao Yasuda
Chief Technology Officer and Chief Strategy Officer and
Research and Development Division Division Manager
Hiroyuki Ohshima
Chief Business Officer Hideya Sakaida
Chief Business Officer Ken Yanase
Chief Business Officer Jeff Hsu
Manufacturing Division 1 Division Manager Tomiaki Yamamoto
Manufacturing Division 2 Division Manager Sadahiro Numazawa
Design Division Division Manager Kazutaka Nagaoka
Procurement Division Division Manager Isao Fukui
Qality Assurance Division Division Manager Yoshiyuki Tsukizaki

About JDI
Japan Display Inc. (JDI) is the leading global manufacturer of small- and medium-sized display panels and has the world's largest manufacturing capacity for LTPS LCD panels. JDI develops, designs and manufactures displays that provide high resolution, low power consumption and an ultra thin structure for application in smartphones, tablets, automotive electronics, digital cameras, medical equipment and other electronic devices. The company's major customers include leading consumer electronics manufacturers and other well-known global companies. JDI was formed through the consolidation of the display panel businesses of Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba and commenced operations on April 1, 2012.

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