ROHM CO., LTD. Financial Highlights for the Year Ended on... 1. Consolidated Financial Results May 9, 2012

ROHM CO., LTD. Financial Highlights for the Year Ended on... 1. Consolidated Financial Results May 9, 2012

ROHM CO., LTD. Financial Highlights for the Year Ended on March 31, 2012

May 9, 2012

1. Consolidated Financial Results

Year ended

March 31, 2012

Actual

Year ended March

31, 2011

Actual

(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen. Any fraction less than the unit is rounded off)

Increase/decrease from the year ended

March 31,2011

Year ending March 31,2013 (Projected)

Amount Percentage

Annual

Increase/decrease from the previous year

First six

Increase/decrease from the first six months of the previous year

Net sales

Cost of sales

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

Selling, general and administrative expenses

Millions of yen

Operating income

Millions of yen

Ordinary income

(Ordinary income margin)

Net income

(net income margin)

Basic net income per share

Millions of yen

Millions of yen yen

304,652

209,046

89,253

6,352

(2.1%)

7,286

(2.4%)

-16,106

(-5.3%)

-149.41

26,805

(7.8%)

9,632

(2.8%)

88.07

341,885

219,149

89,999

32,736

(9.6%)

-19,519

(-5.4%)

-25,738

(-8.1%)

-237.48

-37,233

-10,103

-746

-26,384

(-7.5%)

-10.9%

-4.6%

-0.8%

-80.6%

-72.8%

315,000

217,400

83,600

14,000

(4.4%)

14,500

(4.6%)

10,000

(3.2%)

92.75

+3.4%

+120.4%

+99.0%

157,000

108,600

42,600

5,800

(3.7%)

5,500

(3.5%)

3,000

(1.9%)

27.83

-4.7%

-41.6%

-17.2%

Ordinary income to total assets

Total assets

Net assets

Equity ratio

Net assets per share

%

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

% yen

1.0

737,326

634,280

86.0

5,880.27

3.4

759,988

668,778

87.7

6,184.91

-2.4

Capital expenditures

Depreciation

Research and development costs

Net financial revenue

Foreign currency exchange gains/losses

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

51,117

35,915

39,763

1,599

(loss) 1,284

40,042

37,216

37,898

1,385

(loss) 7,152

+11,075

-1,301

+1,865

+214

(gain) 5,868

-22,662

-34,498

-1.7

-304.64

-3.0%

-5.2%

-4.9%

+27.7%

-3.5%

+4.9%

+15.4%

62,000

46,200

38,500

+21.3%

+28.6%

-3.2%

36,400

20,800

19,900

+108.9%

+22.3%

+2.5%

Foreign exchange rate

(Average yen-dollar rate) yen/US$

79.31

85.82

-6.51

-7.6%

80.00

80.00

* The projected data are based on the information available at the time of release of this report. Therefore, a number of important factors including changes in business conditions may cause actual results to differ materially from those projected.

Contact: Public Relations and Investor Relations Dept., ROHM CO., LTD.

21, Saiin Mizosaki-cho, Ukyouku, Kyoto 615-8585 +81-75-311-2121

Note: This report is a translation of the financial highlights of the Company prepared in accordance with the provisions set forth in the Securities and Exchange Law and its related accounting regulations, and in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in Japan. The original version of this report is written in Japanese. In the event of any discrepancies in words, accounts, figures, or the like between this report and the original, the original Japanese version shall govern.

- Financial Highlights 1 -

1. Consolidated Financial Results (Continued from the previous page)

(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen. Any fraction less than the unit is rounded off)

Year ended

March 31, 2012

Year ended March

31, 2011

Increase/decrease from the year ended March 31,2011

Year ending March 31,2013 (Projected)

Actual

Actual Amount Percentage

Annual

Increase/decrease from the previous year

First six months

Increase/decrease from the first six months of the previous year

Sales by individual segments and by individual regions (Note1)

IC

Millions of yen 149,134

176,672 -27,538 -15.6%

149,232

+0.1%

74,815

-7.6%

(Asia)

(Americas)

(Europe)

Discrete semiconductor devices

(Japan)

(Asia)

(Americas)

(Europe)

Others

(Japan)

(Asia)

(Americas)

Total

(Japan)

(Asia)

(Americas)

(Europe)

(76,956)

(6,765)

(2,492)

103,861

(37,394)

(58,140)

(3,947)

(4,379)

51,656

(17,304)

(29,035)

(1,894)

304,652

(117,618)

(164,133)

(12,606)

(10,294)

341,885

(122,632)

(190,917)

(16,056)

(12,278)

(66,193)

(4,752)

(4,747)

51,669

(13,957)

(31,439)

(2,416)

(93,284)

(8,888)

(3,674)

113,543

(37,849)

(-16,328)

(-2,123)

(-1,182)

-9,682

(-455)

(-8,053)

(-805)

(-368)

-13

(+3,347)

(-2,404)

(-522)

(-17.5%)

(-23.9%)

(-32.2%)

-8.5%

(-1.2%)

(-12.2%)

(-16.9%)

(-7.8%)

-0.0%

(+24.0%)

(-7.6%)

(-21.6%)

-37,233

(-5,014)

(-26,784)

(-3,450)

(-1,984)

-10.9%

(-4.1%)

(-14.0%)

(-21.5%)

(-16.2%)

(87,276)

(5,770)

(2,393)

106,751

(36,438)

(61,461)

(4,478)

(4,372)

59,016

(24,373)

(29,588)

(1,905)

+5.7%

+13.5%

-0.1%

+14.2%

+40.8%

+1.9%

+0.6%

+13.4%

-14.7%

-4.0%

+2.8%

-2.6%

(44,534)

(2,778)

(1,096)

53,862

(18,360)

(31,160)

(2,210)

(2,131)

28,321

(11,001)

(14,713)

(968)

-5.0%

+13.9%

-5.1%

+2.4%

+23.5%

-7.6%

-3.0%

+5.6%

-28.3%

-20.0%

-4.0%

-4.1%

315,000

(114,603)

(178,326)

(12,154)

(9,915)

+3.4%

-2.6%

+8.6%

-3.6%

-3.7%

157,000

(55,767)

(90,408)

(5,957)

(4,867)

-4.7%

-9.5%

-0.5%

-12.5%

-10.5%

Visual

Audio

Home appliance

Other consumer

Computer and OA

Telecommunications

Automotive

Other industrial

Subassemblies

Others

%

13.9

12.5

12.9

5.4

9.3

3.4

15.1

5.5

17.5

4.5

14.2

11.9

14.0

7.7

9.3

3.1

12.9

4.7

17.5

4.7

-2.3

0.0

+0.3

-0.3

+0.6

-1.1

+2.2

+0.8

0.0

-0.2

Capital expenditures by individual segments

IC

Discrete semiconductor devices

Millions of yen

Others

Sales and Administrative Expenses Division

Total

Notes: 1 The sales mentioned above are for external customers.

27,252

11,334

7,603

4,925

51,117

14,913

16,872

5,426

2,829

40,042

+12,339

-5,538

+2,177

+2,096

+11,075

+82.7%

-32.8%

+40.1%

+74.1%

+27.7%

25,000

20,300

13,400

3,300

62,000

-8.3%

+79.1%

+76.2%

-33.0%

+21.3%

14,700

12,100

8,400

1,200

36,400

+137.3%

+159.3%

+145.9%

-61.8%

+108.9%

2 Since ROHM changed the way it classifies sales by application as of the year ended March 31, 2012, the company changed its components for the year ended

March 31, 2011 and posted those component ratios by application accordingly.

- Financial Highlights 2 -

2. Relevant information

Annual cash dividends

(Year-end cash dividends)

Number of employees

Domestic

Overseas

Total

(Number of R&D employees)

Number of consolidated subsidiaries

(Domestic)

(Overseas)

Number of affiliated companies

(Number of companies accounted for by equity method)

Number of non-consolidated subsidiaries

(Number of companies accounted for by equity method)

Number of shareholders

Financial institution shareholding ratio

Foreign shareholding ratio yen

(yen)

(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen. Any fraction less than the unit is rounded off)

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011 Increase/decrease from the year ended March 31,2011

Actual

Actual

Amount Percentage

60.0

(30.0)

130.0

(65.0)

-70.0

(-35.0)

%

%

5,900

15,395

21,295

(3,243)

48

(12)

(36)

6

(0)

1

(0)

29,255

21.52

49.72

5,833

15,727

21,560

(2,900)

50

(15)

(35)

6

(0)

1

(0)

28,577

21.76

49.03

+67

-332

-265

(+343)

-2

(-3)

(+1)

0

(0)

0

(0)

+678

-0.24

+0.69

+1.1%

-2.1%

-1.2%

(+11.8%)

+2.4%

- Financial Highlights 3 -

Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(Japan GAAP, Consolidated)

May 9, 2012

Listed Company Name: ROHM CO., LTD.

Code No.:6963 URL http://www.rohm.co.jp

Company Representative: (Title) President

Contact Person: (Title) Director, Accounting & Finance Headquarters

Scheduled date of annual meeting of shareholders June 28, 2012

Scheduled date of securities report for submission

Supplementary material prepared for account closing:

June 28, 2012

Yes

Financial results briefing available: Yes (For analysts and institutional investors)

(Name) Satoshi Sawamura

(Name) Eiichi Sasayama

Scheduled first-dividend payment date

Stock Exchange Listings Tokyo, Osaka

TEL +81-75-311-2121

June 29, 2012

(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen.)

1. Consolidated Business Results for the Year Ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

(1) Consolidated Operating Results (Accumulated total)

(The percentages [%] represent changes from the previous year)

Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011

Millions of yen

304,652

341,885

(Note) Comprehensive Income

% Millions of yen

-10.9 6,352

1.9 32,736

% Millions of yen

-80.6 7,286

74.0 26,805

% Millions of yen

-72.8 -16,106

55.1 9,632

Year ended March 31, 2012: -22,585 million yen ( – % )

Year ended March 31, 2011: -14,219 million yen ( – % )

%

35.0

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011

Basic net income per share

Yen

-149.41

88.07

Diluted net income per share

(Reference) Investment loss (-gain) on equity method

Ratio of net income to equity

Yen %

-2.5

1.4

Year ended March 31, 2012:

Year ended March 31, 2011:

(2) Consolidated Financial Position

Total assets

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011

Millions of yen

737,326

759,988

Net assets

Millions of yen

634,280

668,778

Ordinary income to total assets

%

1.0

3.4

– million yen

– million yen

Equity ratio

%

86.0

87.7

Operating income to net t sales

%

2.1

9.6

Net assets per share

Yen

5,880.27

6,184.91

(Reference) Shareholder’s equity Year ended March 31, 2012: 633,982 million yen

Year ended March 31, 2011: 666,831 million yen

(3) Consolidated Cash Flows

Cash flows from operating activities

Millions of yen

Cash flows from investing activities

Millions of yen

Cash flows from financing activities

Millions of yen

Cash and cash equivalents at end of year

Millions of yen

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011

36,858

63,557

-45,788

-52,985

-10,494

-24,434

208,745

230,721

2. Dividend Details

End of the first quarter

End of the interim

Dividend per share

End of the

End of year third quarter

Annual

Total annual dividend

Shareholder payout ratio

(consolidated)

%

Dividend on equity ratio

(consolidated)

%

Year ended March 31, 2011

Year ended March 31, 2012

Yen Yen

65.00

30.00

Yen Yen

65.00

30.00

Yen

130.00

60.00

Millions of yen

14,129

6,468 ―

147.6 2.1

1.0

Year ending March 31, 2013

(Estimates)

30.00 ― 30.00 60.00 64.7

3. Consolidated Business Results Forecast for the Year Ending March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)

(The percentages [%] shown for Fiscal 2013 figures represent changes from the previous fiscal year and those for the quarter figures represent changes from the interim data of the previous fiscal year.)

Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income

Basic net income per share

Interim

Fiscal 2013

Millions of yen

157,000

315,000

%

-4.7

3.4

Millions of yen

5,800

%

-41.6

14,000 120.4

Millions of yen

5,500

%

-17.2

14,500 99.0

Millions of yen

3,000 ―

10,000 ―

% Yen

27.83

92.75

* Note

(1) Major Change in Subsidiaries during the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(Changes to specified subsidiaries accompanying revision on the scope of consolidation): None

New company

Excluded company

-

-

(Company name:

(Company name:

)

)

(2) Changes in Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates, and Restatement of Revisions

[1] Changes in accounting policies according to revisions to accounting standards:

[2] Changes in accounting policies other than items indicated in [1]:

[3] Changes in accounting estimates:

[4] Restatement of revisions:

None

None

None

None

(3) Number of Shares Outstanding (common shares)

[1] Year-end number of shares outstanding Year ended March 31, 2012

(incl. treasury stocks)

[2] Year-end number of

Year ended March 31, 2012 treasury stocks

[3] Average number of shares during the term

Year ended March 31, 2012

113,400,000 shares

5,585,173 shares

107,815,275 shares

Year ended March 31, 2011

Year ended March 31, 2011

Year ended March 31, 2011

115,300,000 shares

7,484,318 shares

109,357,216 shares

(Reference) Summary of non-consolidated operating results

1. Non-consolidated Business Results for Year Ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

(1)Non-consolidated Results of Operations

(The percentages [%] represent changes from the previous year)

Year ended March 31, 2012

Net sales

Millions of yen

Operating income

% Millions of yen

Ordinary income

% Millions of yen %

Net income

Millions of yen %

Year ended March 31, 2011

255,787

294,303

-13.1

7.3

-7,506

3,374

-39.0

8,428

55,041

-84.7

197.1

-68,982

50,514

264.7

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011

Basic net income per share

Yen

-639.82

461.92

Diluted net income per share

Yen

(2)Non-consolidated Financial Position

Total assets

Millions of yen

Year ended March 31, 2012

Year ended March 31, 2011

467,061

541,789

Net assets

Millions of yen

Equity ratio

%

Net assets per share

Yen

403,511

484,811

86.4

89.5

3,742.63

4,496.67

(Reference) Shareholder’s equity Year ended March 31, 2012: 403,511 million yen

Year ended March 31, 2011: 484,811 million yen

*Disclosure regarding implementation status of auditing procedures

This financial report is not subject to auditing procedures under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. At the time of disclosure of this financial report, auditing procedures for financial statements under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act had not been completed.

*Explanation on Adequate Usage of Business Results Forecast

Since the statement regarding the business results forecast accounted for in this financial report is based on current information acquired by ROHM as well as specific legitimate prerequisites, actual business results may be considerably different due to various factors. For conditions on the preposition of business forecasts and notes in using business forecasts, please refer to the financial report “1. Business results (1) Analysis of business results,” on page 4 of the supplementary materials.

ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

Appendix

Table of Contents

1. Business Results ........................................................................................................................................................ 2

(1) Analysis of Business Results ................................................................................................................................. 2

(2) Financial Analysis ................................................................................................................................................. 5

(3) Basic Policy for Profit Distribution for the Year Ended March 31, 2012 and Year Ending March 31, 2013 ........ 6

(4) Risk concerning the Company’s Businesses ......................................................................................................... 6

2. Status of the ROHM Group ....................................................................................................................................... 8

3. Management Policies ................................................................................................................................................. 9

(1) ROHM’s Basic Management Policy ..................................................................................................................... 9

(2) Referenced Corporate Performance Indices .......................................................................................................... 9

(3) Mid- to Long-term Corporate Strategies ............................................................................................................... 9

(4) Priority Issues...................................................................................................................................................... 10

4. Consolidated Financial Statements for the Year Ended March 31, 2011 ................................................................. 12

(1) Consolidated Balance Sheets .............................................................................................................................. 12

(2) Consolidated Statement of Income and comprehensive income ......................................................................... 14

Consolidated Statement of Income ...................................................................................................................... 14

Consolidated statement of comprehensive income .............................................................................................. 15

(3) Consolidated Statement of Shareholders' Equity ................................................................................................ 16

(4) Consolidated Statement of Cash Flow ................................................................................................................ 18

(5) Note on Going Concern ...................................................................................................................................... 19

(6) Major Items for the Preparations of Consolidated Financial Statements ............................................................ 19

(7) Change in Indication Method .............................................................................................................................. 19

(8) Additional Information ........................................................................................................................................ 19

(9) Notes on Consolidated Financial Statements ...................................................................................................... 20

(Notes on Consolidated Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity) ............................................................ 20

(Segment information) ......................................................................................................................................... 21

(Per Share Data) ................................................................................................................................................... 24

(Significant subsequent events) ........................................................................................................................... 24

5. Others ....................................................................................................................................................................... 25

(1) Production, orders and actual sales status ........................................................................................................... 25

(2) Transfer of directors ............................................................................................................................................ 26

*Separately attached as supplementary material is an “Overview of business results of the year ended March 31, 2012.”

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

1. Business Results

(1) Analysis of Business Results

[1] Business results for the year ended March 31, 2012

Overall condition of business performance

During the year ended March 31, 2012, the severe conditions of the world economy deepened further due to the effects of the Great

East Japan Earthquake, financial and monetary problems in Europe, and a spontaneous decline in stock values worldwide. Within individual regions, in the US, personal consumption stopped growing at a low level and consumer prices were on an upward trend as unemployment rate remained high in the first half of the year. Although some improvements were seen after autumn, the recovery of the overall economy has been weak. Nonetheless, since the beginning of the new year, the jobs situation has improved, and the economy has gradually headed towards a recovery.

In Europe, personal consumption, which was sluggish in the first half of the year, stopped slowing down in Germany after autumn. Due to the financial crisis that started in Greece, business confidence worsened mainly in Southern Europe, and the average unemployment rate in the Euro zone rose to the highest level since 1997; thus, the overall economy was at a stagnated shape.

In Asia, during the first half of the year, the overall economy was robust as personal consumption was strong, but the pace of business expansion slowed down due to increasing anxiety over inflation and the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake and flooding in

Thailand.

As for exports, though strong in the first half of the fiscal year, the pace of growth slowed down due to the deteriorating

European economies. In Japan, exports sank and personal consumption fell considerably due to decreased production of automobiles and other products, on account of the earthquake. The economy progressed along a recovery track after summer, but then again reverted towards a slowdown due to a stabilized but appreciated yen, while the jobs situation still remained bleak.

After mid-February, the economy gradually recovered due to the Bank of Japan’s monetary easing measures, an appreciation of the yen, and an adjustment to fallen stock prices.

Within the electronic industry, although smart phones and energy-saving related equipment, including LED lighting and solar power generators, enjoyed solid sales, inventory adjustment was prolonged due to a slowdown in production and sales of electronic products.

Market segments for audio visual equipment, game consoles, personal computers and flat-screen TVs remained in a distressed state, having been affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and a worsening economy. In addition, flooding in Thailand cast a shadow over the production of automobiles and other electronic equipment.

Consequently, the electronic component industry suffered from these harsh conditions as well.

In individual sectors, in Japan, production volume of audio-visual equipment, including digital still cameras, game consoles, and automotive equipment drastically decreased due to the effects of supply chain interruptions and energy-saving measures that went to effect after f the Great East Japan Earthquake in March, 2011. After the summer, accompanied by the recovery from the earthquake, the overall economy tended to pick up, but did not achieve a full-fledged recovery. In addition, after autumn, the market of digital still cameras was affected by the flooding in Thailand, and sales of flat screen TVs considerably decreased as replacement demand spurred by the transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting had come to the end of its cycle. In Asia, the production of personal computers and flat-screen TVs decreased as it was affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and the deteriorating European economies. Also, the production of digital still cameras and hard disks temporarily decreased due to the flooding in Thailand. Sales of smart phones and tablet PCs were strong.

In the US, the telecommunication infrastructure market and automotive market enjoyed robust sales, but the consumer-electronics market including TV sets, as well as the personal computer market remained sluggish.

In Europe, the consumer-electronics market remained in a slow state. Markets of automotive segments and telecommunication infrastructure, which were robust in the first half, entered into an adjustment phase due to a deteriorating interregional market in the second half of the year.

Under these circumstances, the ROHM Group exerted itself to strengthen production lines of automotive and electronic equipment, industrial instruments including medical equipment, digital home appliances, IT and mobile equipment, and also enhanced sales by increasing the number of FAEs (*1) at individual sales bases including China. In addition, the group continued to strengthen its sales structure for non-Japanese customers by establishing new sales companies in India and Brazil, and proceeding with efforts to form a structure capable of responding to changes in global markets.

The ROHM Group also aims to improve the global environment, by continuing to develop new power devices including SiC (silicon carbide) and other eco-friendly products. The group also started the world’s first mass-production of full-SiC power modules in March.

ROHM group has developed specific driver ICs for automotive LED rear lighting, head lights and daytime running lights, whose markets continue to expand. Furthermore, product lineups of the household LED lighting equipment including LED ceiling lights were drastically enhanced by AGLED Co., Ltd. (renamed from Maruzen Electric Co., Ltd. on October 1, 2011). Recently, the group started selling mini- krypton type LED light bulbs of 180 degree light distribution angle. In March, LED ceiling lights equipped as a standard feature with a “circadian lighting mode.”(*2) were offered to the market,, thus the group continued to focus on increasing sales of

LED-related devices and LED lighting whose markets are expanding rapidly as next-generation energy-saving lighting sources.

The ROHM Group also worked to augment business synergy, by strengthening partnership structures with LAPIS Semiconductor Co.,

Ltd. (renamed from OKI Semiconductor Co, Ltd. on October 1, 2011), which ROHM acquired in 2008, SiCrystal AG, a German SiC wafer manufacturer that ROHM purchased in 2009, and the US-based Kionix, Inc., which is a MEMS acceleration sensor (*3) supplier.

On the other hand, in the manufacturing arena, the ROHM Group was forced to temporarily suspend operations at the two strongholds of Miyagi and Ibaragi on account of the Great East Japan Earthquake, and at factories including two semiconductor assembly plants and a molding plant due to the flooding in Thailand. It is important to note that recovery from the damages caused by the flooding was

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012 much faster than anticipated and ROHM resumed full-volume supplies of products, earlier than initial estimates, from January 1, 2012, as a result of efforts by the entire group. However, unfortunately the whole process also attributed to a considerable decrease in sales.

Under these circumstances, consolidated net sales in the year ended March 31, 2012 were 304,652 million yen (a decrease of 10.9 percent from the year ended March 31, 2011), and operating profits were 6,352 million yen (a decrease of 80.6 percent from the year ended March 31, 2011), which were due to a stabilized but appreciated yen in this fiscal year. Ordinary income was 7,286 million yen

(a decrease of 72.8 percent from the year ended March 31, 2011).

Although a gain on insurance adjustments related to the flooding disaster in Thailand and the Great East Japan Earthquake was recorded, the net loss of the year ended March 31, 2012 was 16,106 million yen (net profit of 9,632 million yen for the year ended

March 31, 2011) as taxes increased as a result of an impairment of fixed assets and rounding off of deferred tax assets.

*1. FAE (Field Applications Engineer)

Engineers and technicians who provide technical support and proposals including technical information to customers.

*2. Circadian lighting mode

Automatic light modulation and toning functions that stimulate the biological rhythm of humans.

Lighting mode that is embedded with a program that automatically selects between white-color lighting in daytime use and warm-color lighting in time slots after sunset.

*3. MEMS acceleration sensors

Electronic device having a micro-electromechanical structure that mounts a sensor for measuring changes in speed on a silicon chip by means of semiconductor micro fabrication technology.

Overview of performance in each segment

<ICs>

Consolidated net sales in the year ended March 31, 2012 recorded 149,134 million yen (a decrease of 15.6 percent from the year ended

March 31, 2011), and segment losses amounted to 6,665 million yen (segment profits of 6,599 million yen recorded in the year ended

March 31, 2011).

In the digital audio and visual equipment segments, system power source ICs for digital still cameras enjoyed robust sales, but lens controller driver ICs, which experienced growth in the first half of the year, slowed down after January. For flat-screen TVs, as replacement demand slowed down due to the Great East Japan Earthquake and the switching to terrestrial digital broadcasting after the summer, power source ICs, LED backlight drivers, and speaker amplifiers marked a sizable drop in sales.

The sales of timing controllers for panels were sluggish in the first half of the year, but increased right after the new calendar year. In the mobile phone market, although illumination and proximity sensor ICs enjoyed strong sales, the sales of LED driver ICs dropped, and the sales of system power source ICs, which were strong in the first half of the year, decreased after the new year.

In the personal computer category, sales of fan motor driver ICs and power supply ICs performed poorly. For the automotive components market, in the first half of the year, sales of power source ICs for engine control units deteriorated, but, after the summer, sales went on a positive trend thanks to a recovery from the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake.

In the general-purpose equipment category, although stepping motor driver ICs (*4) continuously enjoyed strong sales, sales of

EEPROMs and LDO regulators (*5) temporarily slowed down due to the damage from the flooding in Thailand.

At LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd., a ROHM Group company, sales of LCD driver ICs were strong, but sales of memory ICs for amusement fell off considerably.

With regards to production systems, ROHM continued efforts to improve efficiency in pre- and post-processes, and strengthen the supply system against risks such as disasters by sharing production lines with LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd. .

*4. Stepping motor driver ICs

Motor driver ICs which drive stepping motors (motors that rotate a certain degree in accordance with the number of DC pulses added)

*5. LDO (Low Drop Out) regulator

A circuit for outputting a desired constant voltage from a certain input voltage. LDO stands for Low Drop Out type, which suffers minimal loss in conversion.

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<Discrete semiconductor devices>

Consolidated net sales for the year ended March 31, 2012 recorded 103,861 million yen (a decrease of 8.5 percent from the year ended

March 31, 2011), and segment profits were 11,616 million yen (a decrease of 39.0 percent from the year ended March 31, 2011).

In the diode and transistor categories, overall sales slowed down due to the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the flooding in Thailand, and a sluggish flat screen TV market. Sales of high efficiency power MOSFETs, which were robust in the first half of the fiscal year, deteriorated after autumn.

In the light emitting diode category, blue LEDs, which had experienced weak sales, enjoyed a robust trend after the new year. Overall sales results were on a recovery path, but did not achieve considerable growth.

In the area of laser diodes, sales of dual wavelength pulsation lasers for CD/DVD (*6) and lasers for DVD moved towards recovery.

In addition, ROHM strengthened its lineup of SiC diode / transistor products, which the company began selling as next-generation high efficiency devices in 2010, and the group started mass-production of full SiC modules by modulizing these devices.

ROHM also continued to improve production efficiency at individual group factories in Thailand, the Philippines, and Tianjin, China, as well as making efforts to enhance the BCM (Business Continuity Management) structure.

*6. Dual wavelength pulsation laser for CD/DVD

Dual wavelength laser diode of self-pulsation type in which a single element generates two lights, of 780 nm used in playing CDs and 650 nm used in playing DVDs.

<Others>

Consolidated net sales for the year ended March 31, 2012 marked 51,656 million yen (a decrease of 0.0 percent from the year ended

March 31, 2011), and segment losses were 482 million yen (segment profits of 4,633 million yen recorded in the year ended March 31,

2011).

In the resistors category, sales of super-small 0402 size resistors greatly increased, but overall sales slowed down.

In the tantalum capacitor category, sales decreased due to the effects of the flooding in Thailand.

In the module product category, as the result of enhancing product line up of LED lighting module products, which have been garnering attention, sales of power modules used in LED lighting and infrared reception modules for remote control steadily increased.

Demand for lighting products (LED lighting) also increased as demand for energy-saving products drastically increased for straight tube type LED lights. Consequently, the sales were on the rise.

In the sensor category, sales of proximity sensors were strong as smart phones enjoyed strong sales.

In the print head category, sales were sluggish because of adjustments continuing in the mini-printer market.

In the LED display category, as the existing mobile phone market was sluggish, sales of mainly dot-matrix displays slowed down.

In medical segments, micro blood testing systems started seeing an increase in sales after autumn in partnership with Arkray, Inc., a company that manufactures and sells medical equipment.

In the area of production systems, the ROHM Group continued efforts to strengthen production management systems and BCM structure, to improve production efficiency, and to reduce costs at a group factory in Dalian, China.

The net sales mentioned above are sales to external customers.

[2] Prospects for the Next Fiscal Year

Overall conditions concerning the performance prospects for the next fiscal year

In regards to the world economy, the US economy is seeing a recovery trend, but its resilience is weak. European economies remain in a volatile state as the financial crisis continues to smolder. In the electronics industry, the flat screen TVs market, which greatly decreased, seems to have at last gotten off the bottom, but did not reach to a full-fledged recover. We cannot help judging that the market still remains in a severe state.

The ROHM Group continues to develop new products that fit market needs, and improve new product lineups, and especially develop products in new fields and launch them on markets in a timely manner, to note SiC devices, sensor devises and LED related devices.

The group also continued to make utmost efforts to increase sales by expanding sales in the automotive and industrial equipment markets where further market growth is expected, strengthen our customer support system in overseas markets, and restructure production systems and cost reduction efforts, thus we are working to improve performance and corporate values.

With these conditions in mind, consolidated business result forecast throughout the fiscal year is as follows.

Net Sales:

Operating Income

Ordinary Income:

Net Income

315,000 million yen

14,000 million yen

14,500 million yen

10,000 million yen

( 3.4 percent up from the previous fiscal year)

( 120.4 percent up from the previous fiscal year)

( 99.0 percent up from the previous fiscal year)

( Loss of 16,100 million yen for this fiscal year)

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Details of consolidated sales prospects of individual segments are as follows.

Integrated circuits 149,200 million yen (0.1 percent up from the previous fiscal year)

Discrete semiconductor devices

Others

106,700 million yen (2.8 percent up from the previous fiscal year)

59,000 million yen (14.2 percent up from the previous fiscal year)

The forecasts are based on an exchange rate of ¥80 to US$1.

(2) Financial Analysis

Analysis on status of assets, liabilities, net assets and cash flow

During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2012, total assets decreased by 22,662 million yen from the previous fiscal year and amounted to 737,326 million yen. The main factors behind the decrease are as follows: cash and time deposits decreased by 19,087 million yen, intangible fixed assets decreased by 16,615 million yen, and securities decreased by 12,476 million yen, respectively, while liquidity assets increased by 30,709 million yen (of which accrued insurance increased 29,504 million yen).

Liabilities increased by 11,837 million yen from the previous fiscal year and amounted to 103,046 million yen. The main cause was our accounts payable increasing by 6,682 million yen.

Net assets decreased by 34,498 million yen from the previous fiscal year and amounted to 634,280 million yen. The main causes behind were a decrease in owners’ equity by 26,353 million yen and foreign currency translation adjustments by 4,417 million yen, respectively.

Consequently, equity ratio decreased from the 87.7 percent from the previous fiscal year to 86.0 percent.

The cash flow status in the year ended March 31, 2012 is as follows.

Cash flow from operating activities recorded a decrease of 26,699 million yen, which amounts to a plus of 36,858 million yen (a plus of 63,557 million yen in the year ended March 31, 2011). This is mainly attributable to certain negative factors in that the net profit before tax changed to a loss and gains on insurance claims, which did not incur in the previous year, were earned, and to certain positive factors in that accrued losses increased and insurance payments accrued in this term, which did not incur in the previous year.

Cash flow from investment activities recorded a minus of 45,788 million yen (a minus of 52,985 million yen in the year ended March

31, 2011) by decrease in expenses 7,197 million yen. This is mainly attributable to time deposits changing from an increase to a decrease, which worked as a positive factor, and expenses increasing due to purchase of subsidiary stocks, which worked as a negative factor.

Cash flow from financial activities decreased by 13,940 million yen (a minus of 24,434 million yen in the year ended March 31, 2011) and recorded a minus of 10,494 million yen in the year ended March 31, 2012. It was mainly due to the positive effects of a decrease in expenses due to the acquisition of own shares.

As a result of adding a decrease in exchange rate changes of 2,551 million yen, cash and cash equivalents decreased by 21,976 million yen from the previous fiscal year, and amounted to 208,745 million yen.

Plant and equipment investment of 62,000 million yen and depreciation of 46,200 million yen are scheduled as events with potential to significantly affect cash flow in the next fiscal year.

(Reference) Changes in cash-flow indicators

Year ended

March 31, 2008

Year ended

March 31, 2009

Year ended

March 31, 2010

Year ended

March 31, 2011

Year ended

March 31, 2012

Equity ratio

86.7% 87.5% 87.4% 87.7% 86.0%

Equity ratio on the market value basis

77.6% 66.2% 94.7% 73.9%

Ratio of cash flow to interest-bearing liability

Interest coverage ratio

-

-

0.012/year

4,066.3

0.012/year

2,886.4

0.007/year

3,031.2

(Computation) Equity ratio = equity/total assets

Equity ratio on the market value basis = aggregate market value of shares/total assets

Ratio of cash flow to interest-bearing liability = interest-bearing liability/cash flow

Interest coverage ratio = Cash flow/interest payment

59.7%

0.008/year

2,716.4

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(3) Basic Policy for Profit Distribution for the Year Ended March 31, 2012 and Year Ending March 31, 2013

[1] Basic Policy for Profit Distribution

In profit distribution to shareholders, ROHM is implementing actions in order to meet shareholders’ expectations for improving future value of the Company, by thoroughly considering the Company’s business results, financial status, and funding demands for business investment.

Under the global-scale restructuring and shakeout of the semiconductor industries, ROHM aggressively infuses funds to necessary capital investments and M&A to win out over competition, and strives to improve business performance from a long-term perspective, in order to live up to the expectations of shareholders.

On the other hand, from the long-term viewpoint of making continuous improvements to corporate value and ensuring stable and continuous payment of dividends, ROHM will make utmost efforts to stably pay dividends and maintain business performance and cash flow.

The world economy is expected to remain unstable for a while. In addition, due to the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the flooding in Thailand, the electronics market still remains in a sluggish state. In the semiconductor industries, market growth in the mid- to long-term can be expected alongside further development of informatization despite such negative effects. However, global competition will intensify. The group is conducting company-wide efforts to enhance its corporate value through investment in cash reserves and generated cash flows both carefully and effectively, and ensure its manufacturing facilities are equipped with the proper equipment required to enhance its developmental and technological expertise. ROHM’s competitiveness is based on its expertise in technology, which leads to joint ventures and company acquisitions that ensure attractive returns. This allows ROHM to improve its net income per share (EPS) and return on equity (ROE).

[2] Profit Distribution for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

In consideration of obligations to provide a return to shareholders, the performance for this fiscal year (ended March 31, 2012), and future capital requirements, the year-end dividend will be 30 yen per share. As a result, the annual dividend, with 30 yen per share added as an interim dividend, is scheduled to be 60 yen per share.

[3] Schedule of Profit Distribution for the Year Ending March 31, 2013

Profit distributions for the year ending March 31, 2013 are scheduled, in consideration of performance for the next fiscal year and cash flow status, at 30 yen per share as an interim dividend and 30 yen per share as a year-end dividend, totaling 60 yen.

[4] Retirement of Treasury Stock

The ROHM Group considers the maximum treasury stock holdings to be 5 percent of the total outstanding shares, and, in principle, any amount beyond this limit shall be retired at the end of every fiscal year. The group continuously possesses treasury stocks on hand in order to secure management flexibility by utilizing them for merger and acquisition activity and other needs as required.

(4) Risk concerning the Company’s Businesses

The following are risks that may have a significant impact on the financial status and operating results of the ROHM Group.

[1] Risks Associated with Market Changes

The semiconductor industry and electronics component industry are subject to sharp, abrupt changes in market conditions, due to factors such as the tendency of end-set manufacturers in adjusting production according to the sales status of electronic products, as well as competition in prices and technology development. Prices are especially susceptible to sudden drops according to the supply-demand relationship, while competition from emerging Asian manufacturers tends to cause instability with regard to maintaining and increasing sales and procuring profits.

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[2] Exchange Risks

The ROHM Group has expanded its stronghold in global development, production, and sales; meaning the financial statements prepared in each local currency are converted into the Japanese yen in order to prepare consolidated financial statements. Accordingly, even if the values in local currencies remain the same, the profits and losses on the consolidated financial statement may be affected because of the exchange rates at the time of conversion.

The ROHM Group, while conducting production activities in Japan and Asian countries, sells its products in Japan, Asia, the U.S., and

Europe. This means different currencies are used between production and sales bases and consequently exchange rate fluctuations exert a continual influence on ROHM. Generally, a strong Japanese yen conversion adversely affects our business performance, while a weak yen conversion has a favorable impact.

[3] Risks of Product Defects

As stated in the Company Mission, the ROHM Group places top priority on quality, and produces products subject to stringent quality control standards. However, this does not guarantee that it never produces defective products or that it will never be liable to compensate buyers for product defects. If a buyer should make a claim for defects with regard to ROHM products, company performance might be adversely affected.

[4] Legal Risks

In order to manufacture products distinguished from those of other companies, the ROHM Group develops various new technologies and know-how, and produces and sells products worldwide based on these proprietary technologies. The ROHM Group has a division that specializes in the strict supervision of in-house activities so as to ensure that the technologies and know-how used by the Group do not infringe on the intellectual property rights of other companies such as patent rights. In addition, in all business fields in which the

ROHM Group is involved, the Group complies with all relevant laws and regulations with respect to the utilization and handling of exhaust air, drainage, harmful materials, waste treatment, surveys on soil/underground water pollution, and protection of the environment, health, and safety. However, the Group may incur legal responsibilities in this respect due to unexpected events, possibly having an adverse influence on business results.

[5] Natural Disasters and Geopolitical Risks

The ROHM Group performs development, manufacturing, and sales activities not only in Japan, but also worldwide. To diversify the risks, the Group locates production lines at different bases as a countermeasure. However, these production bases may be damaged due to earthquake, typhoon, flooding, and other natural disasters, or political uncertainty or international conflicts. Business results could be adversely affected by stalled product supply or considerable changes in electronics markets due to these disasters.

[6] Mergers and Acquisitions Risks

The ROHM Group, taking into account future business prospects, considers it necessary to investigate and implement mergers and acquisitions worldwide with a focus on entering new fields that are relevant to our existing business, and to always make utmost efforts to improve corporate value and broaden the size of business. In conducting mergers and acquisitions, we thoroughly study, review, and discuss before any acquisitions are made. Nonetheless, due to unexpected circumstances or significant changes in market forces after an acquisition, an acquired business may not progress as expected and we may suffer loss in some cases as a result.

[7] Other Risks and Corporate Risk Management System

In addition to the above-mentioned risks, there are various other risks that may influence the financial condition and business performance during business activities, such as risks related to logistics, material procurements, security leaks, and information systems. The ROHM Group set up a “Risk Management and BCM (Business Continuity Management) Committee” with the aim of averting these risks or minimizing such effects, by strengthening our risk management structure in ways that would consent business to continue.

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2. Status of the ROHM Group

The ROHM Group consists of ROHM Co., Ltd., 49 consolidated subsidiaries (13 in Japan and 36 outside Japan) and 6 affiliated companies (4 in Japan and 2 outside Japan). We are a comprehensive electronic component manufacturer, whose principal business is the manufacture and sales of electronic components.

The group diagram and information on affiliated companies are given below.

Users

Finished products

Finished products

Raw materials

Semi-finished products

Finished products

Sales

ROHM Semiconductor U.S.A.,LLC

ROHM Semiconductor GmbH

ROHM Semiconductor Korea Corporation

ROHM Semiconductor Trading (Dalian) Co., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

ROHM Electronics (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor Hong Kong Co., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor Taiwan Co., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor Singapore Pte., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor Philippines Corporation

ROHM Semiconductor (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

ROHM Semiconductor India Pvt. Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor do Brasil Ltda.

Raw materials

Semi-finished products

Finished products

Metallic molds

Manufacture

ROHM Hamamatsu Co., Ltd.

ROHM Tsukuba Co., Ltd.

ROHM Wako Co., Ltd.

ROHM Apollo Co., Ltd.

ROHM Mechatech Co., Ltd.

ROHM Korea Corporation

ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc.

ROHM Integrated Systems (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

ROHM Semiconductor (China) Co., Ltd.

ROHM Electronics Dalian Co., Ltd.

ROHM-Wako Electronics (MALAYSIA) Sdn. Bhd.

ROHM Mechatech Philippines, Inc.

ROHM Mechatech (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.

ROHM Mechatech (Tianjin) Co.,Ltd.

Finished products

Manufacture,

Development and Sales

Kionix, Inc.

ROHM Co., Ltd.

Raw materials

Raw materials for semiconductor manufacturer

Manufacture,

Development and Sales

SiCrystal AG

Manufacture,

Development and Sales

AGLED Co., Ltd.

Finished products

Finished products

Manufacture, Development and Sales

LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd.

.

Raw materials

Semi-finished products

Manufacture

LAPIS Semiconductor Miyagi Co., Ltd.

LAPIS Semiconductor Miyazaki Co., Ltd.

Finished products

Semi-finished products

Finished products

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3. Management Policies

(1) ROHM’s Basic Management Policy

ROHM believes that, in creating and improving perpetual and overall corporate status, added-values created by the company’s business activities should be allocated to all constituents, including shareholders, employees, and stakeholders in local communities in appropriate proportions, while retained earnings should be allotted to business investment and efforts to increase its competitive strength. To pursue this objective, it is also essential to obtain the understanding and cooperation of all those with a stake in the company’s performance. Making ROHM shares more attractive to investors has been one of the highest priorities of company management.

With these perspectives, ROHM has committed itself to developing market-leading products by focusing on high value-added system

ICs, Power Devices, LED related products, and Sensor devices for digital information technologies, mobile electronic equipment, industrial instruments and automotive components, where we can expect further market expansion. As a fundamental policy, ROHM pursues a stable supply of high quality, cost-competitive products in high volume through optimal utilization of its distinctive production technologies, and will consequently maintain a leading position in the global electronic components market.

(2) Referenced Corporate Performance Indices

ROHM is moving forward with various efforts, including the development of new products, while reinforcing sales operations to ensure profits. ROHM uses indices representing profits, such as EBITDA (*), as well as asset turnover ratio and plant and equipment investment efficiency. In addition, we are also striving to improve the net income per share (EPS) and financial efficiency, in order to enhance shareholder value.

* EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization)

An index obtained by adding interest expenses and depreciation to income before income taxes and minority interests. It is commonly used to compare corporate earning power internationally.

(3) Mid- to Long-term Corporate Strategies

Amidst anticipated expansion in the electronics industry over the medium to long term, and parallel to further progress of informatization, global competition is expected to intensify, due mainly to broader demand fluctuations, ultimately mandating a realignment of the industry and an elimination of noncompetitive businesses.

To ensure stable growth and a strong, well-balanced financial position under these circumstances, a range of measures should be implemented: the development of original high value-added products, utilizing world-ranked advanced technologies, enhanced cost competitiveness, the establishment of a global production and distribution network that conveys high customer satisfaction in both domestic and overseas markets, as well as strengthening of sales and technical support for customers.

We also consider it extremely important to construct a concrete BCM system that maintains a stable supply chain in the event of natural disasters.

ROHM puts top priority on consistent development and production systems and the significance of quality, and devotes ceaseless effort to achieve these values.

As concrete measures, ROHM will enhance digital, analog, and integrated digital/analog technologies via continuous enhancements to our R&D system. For this purpose, ROHM is reinforcing customer support and in-house R&D system for further future growth with the development bases of the “Kyoto Technology Center”, “Yokohama Technology Center”, and “Optical Device Research Center” at the core of technological enhancement.

ROHM is actively involved in a wide range of joint projects with a multitude of domestic and foreign universities regarding next-generation R&D, including comprehensive industrial-academic collaboration alliances with Kyoto University and Tsinghua

University in China; joint efforts with the Semiconductor Industry Research Institute of Japan—a think-tank of the Japanese semiconductor industry; and participation in other Japanese national leading-edge R&D projects that integrate industry-government-academia expertise. ROHM is also promoting partnerships with other companies whenever necessary to complement its technologies and consequently improve the efficiency of its R&D activities. Furthermore, ROHM is advancing with research and development for the next generation by moving forward with the development of using SiC substrates, which are expected to be far superior in terms of voltage endurance, high electric current, and low-loss to semiconductor devices made with conventional silicon substrates, and will proceed with the introduction of these devices to the market. At the same time, ROHM will move into new fields and technologies including bio-related business for medical related fields. In addition, the company is expanding into new fields and technologies by enhancing the lineups of biochips for the medical equipment industry and developing non-volatile logic ICs that nullify power consumption when on standby. ROHM makes the utmost efforts to build partnerships with SiCrystal AG, a

SiC wafers manufacturer in Germany, and Kionix, Inc. in the US, a supplier of MEMS acceleration sensors, which we acquired in

2009, as well as strengthening lineups of sensor related products via internal development. In addition, ROHM will enrich its product lineup for LED products including LED lighting, peripheral LED devices that are mounted in LED lighting, and LED driver ICs.

At production bases, ROHM is responding to global competition in the industry by enhancing its cost competitiveness and supply system to achieve global success. As concrete schemes, in the front-end process centered on domestic group factories, ROHM is advancing with the enlargement and miniaturization of wafers, while in the back-end process - focused on overseas group factories,

ROHM is working to improve production efficiency and establish a prompt supply system of new high quality products globally.

By focusing first and foremost on quality not only in manufacturing operations but also in the field of technological development including IC design and development of manufacturing technologies, the ROHM will extend its efforts group-wide to enhance product reliability. ROHM will also continue to produce components such as wafers, photomasks, and lead frames in-house, develop products

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In addition, with a view to expanding the company’s share in growing overseas markets, ROHM not only consolidates design center networks in Europe, the USA, and Asia, but also strengthens sales, technology, and quality support systems for customers worldwide by increasing local design personnel and FAEs. To respond to increasing global needs for digitalization and standardization, the company makes the utmost efforts to reinforce the lineup of ASSPs (application-specific standard products) (*). At the same time,

ROHM is dedicated to restructuring and integrating corporate organizations both in and outside Japan, in order to continue improving its business efficiency and accelerate the decision-making process.

In regards to sales, ROHM exerts itself to enrich the organizational structure so as to rapidly respond to changes in global markets and enhance the sales system to non-Japanese customers by increasing sales strongholds in inland China, India, and Brazil.

In the area of environmental conservation, the ROHM Group will continue to establish and implement environmental management systems based on “ISO 14001” as well as develop new products that contribute to energy conservation such as low-power-consumption products. ROHM is committed at both domestic and overseas production bases to attaining zero-emission goals by promoting the recycling of waste and continuing to support “green” procurement and supply. In Australia, ROHM has promoted a tree-planting project as part of its efforts against global warming. Furthermore, ROHM swiftly responded to the RoHS

Directive, the European environmental regulations, and imposed analyses of toxic substances by acquiring accreditation of the

“ISO/IEC 17025” laboratory and undertaking business activities in consideration of global environmental protection.

As for CSR activities, ROHM signed the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in May 2011, and requested the ROHM Group as well as procurement partners to uphold universal principles related to “human rights,” “labor standards,” “the environment” and

“corruption prevention.” The group also was the first to introduce ISO 26000, an international standard for social responsibility, and promote CSR management within the scope of a global standard.

* ASSP (Application Specific Standard Product)

General-purpose ICs specializing in functions for specific fields. They are advantageous in that they serve as general-purpose components as well as support a broad base of customers rather than being limited to specific customers.

(4) Priority Issues

The world economy gradually moved toward recovery from the abrupt economic slowdown triggered by the financial crisis in the US in 2008. However, because of continuing tough employment environments in the individual regions, as well as the financial crisis in

Europe, pressure was newly put on the overall economy, thus it has not yet achieved a full-fledged recovery.

The electronics industry is expected to grow in the mid- to long-term due to increasing demand for digital home information equipment and more sophisticated automotive electronic control systems. However, worldwide economic deterioration, technological competition and price wars are expected to continuously intensify. These factors mandate the increasing necessity of a constant supply of internationally competitive, innovative and high quality products and technologies with sustained efforts toward comprehensive cost reduction efforts.

The ROHM Group had continued to use the “OKI” brand as a transitional measure regarding “OKI Semiconductor Co., Ltd.,” which

ROHM purchased in 2008. After its acquisition and the elapse of a certain period of time, their recognition as a member of the ROHM

Group increased. So, in October 2011, the company changed its name to “LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd.” Furthermore, Maruzen

Electric Co., Ltd., a company that develops, manufactures, and sells lighting equipment was added to the ROHM Group in October

2011, and had its name changed to “AGLED Co., Ltd.” They are strengthening the lineup of household lighting products of the

“AGLED®” brand.

Under these circumstances, the ROHM Group will make utmost efforts in developing new products and technologies such as SiC related products including SBD (*1), DMOSFET (*2), and IPM (*3) and new technologies, chip sets for next-generation embedded processor by Intel in the US - through cooperation with LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd., and LED lighting products. Such efforts, will promote the development and expansion of sales of eco-friendly products targeted at improving power conversion efficiency and power-saving devices in a variety of markets including automotive, flat-panel TVs, information and telecommunication, and mobile equipment markets.

ROHM expanded its sensor business through acquisition of Kionix, Inc. in the US, in 2009, The company also increased sales of LED lighting by way of cultivating new sales channels, thus strengthening efforts to develop new markets that will respond to business needs in the near future.

Furthermore, ROHM will take vigorous steps to enter different market segments such as the human health and fitness business based on bio-sensing via enhanced micro-fabrication technology it has cultivated, thus exerting company-wide efforts to synergize business resources to the fullest extent in order to further increase stock value and corporate value.

On the other hand, in order to keep pace with rapid changes in the global and Asian electronic components markets, and increase market share, ROHM will not only develop and disseminate new products but also continue with enhancements intended to strengthen sales structures for non-Japanese customers, by increasing sales bases in inland China and FAEs, and developing new sales companies set up in India and Brazil.

Regarding the effects of massive flooding in Thailand in October 2011, the ROHM Group was forced to temporarily suspend operations at two production bases and one molding plant. Afterwards, in regards to the recovery efforts, ROHM made the utmost efforts to minimize the effects on various fields of endeavor, with special consideration going to the recovery of production as the top priority issue. In addition, the group resumed full-volume supply on January 1, 2012 by recovering production via a substitute production system and outsourced consignment.

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In the future, based on the experiences of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the flooding in Thailand, ROHM will further strengthen the management system needed for continuous business by reviewing and restructuring measures against natural disasters and geopolitical risks.

*1. SBD (Schottky Barrier Diode)

Diode of good properties at high frequency.

*2. DMOSFET (Double-Defused MOSFET) SiC transistor that ROHM started mass-producing before everyone else in the world. It can conduct both low-ON resistance and high speed movement.

*3 IPM (Intelligent Power Module)

Power module embedded with driver circuits, power device including SBD of SiC, DMOSFET, and IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar

Transistor), and a self-protection function.

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4. Consolidated Financial Statements for the Year Ended March 31, 2011

(1) Consolidated Balance Sheets

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(March 31, 2011)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(March 31, 2012)

Assets

Current assets

Cash and time deposits

Notes and accounts receivable trade

Securities

Commodities and products

Products in progress

Raw materials and inventories

Prepaid pension cost

Deferred tax assets

Refundable income taxes

Others

Allowance for doubtful accounts

Total current assets

Fixed assets

Tangible fixed assets

Buildings and structures

Accumulated depreciation

Buildings and structures (net)

Machinery, equipment and vehicles

Accumulated depreciation

Machinery, equipment and vehicles (net)

Tools and furniture

Accumulated depreciation

Tools and furniture (net)

Land

Construction in progress

Total tangible fixed assets

Intangible fixed assets

Goodwill

Others

Total intangible fixed assets

Investments and other assets

Investment securities

Deferred tax assets

Others

Allowance for doubtful accounts

Total investments and other assets

Total fixed assets

Total assets

476,651

-416,041

60,609

42,672

-36,637

6,035

85,903

15,026

252,216

20,346

7,879

28,225

230,286

73,297

28,094

23,525

35,350

25,077

2,263

8,475

397

9,765

-286

436,247

211,806

-127,164

84,641

37,159

1,597

5,088

-545

43,299

323,741

759,988

460,311

-

400,069

60,242

40,600

-

34,478

6,121

79,791

20,015

245,386

5,561

6,049

11,610

211,199

67,393

15,618

24,366

38,508

30,652

2,250

1,369

2,887

40,474

-265

434,457

208,252

-129,037

79,215

39,886

1,735

4,784

-

533

45,872

302,869

737,326

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Liabilities

Current liabilities

Notes and accounts payable trade

Other accounts payable

Accrued income taxes

Deferred tax liabilities

Allowance for restructuring expenses

Allowance for disaster loss

Others

Total current liabilities

Long-term liabilities

Deferred tax liabilities

Liabilities for retirement benefits

Others

Total long-term liabilities

Total liabilities

Net assets

Shareholders' equity

Common share

Capital surplus

Retained earnings

Treasury stock-at cost

Total shareholders' equity

Other comprehensive income

Net unrealized gain on available-for-sale securities

Foreign currency translation adjustments

Total unrealized or translated gains/losses

Minority interests

Total net assets

Total of liabilities and net assets

ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(March 31, 2011)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(March 31, 2012)

91,209

86,969

102,403

633,388

-67,120

755,641

5,859

-94,669

21,904

22,486

3,180

1,053

147

1,745

13,815

64,333

16,554

8,344

1,976

26,876

-88,810

1,947

668,778

759,988

86,969

102,403

589,999

-50,084

729,288

3,780

-99,086

-95,306

297

634,280

737,326

23,979

29,168

1,551

1,227

2,056

61

16,291

74,337

18,899

7,700

2,109

28,709

103,046

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(2) Consolidated Statement of Income and comprehensive income

(Consolidated Statement of Income)

Net sales

Cost of sales

Gross profit

Selling, general and administrative expenses

Operating income

Non-operating income

Interest income

Dividend income

Rent Income

Others

Total non-operating income

Non-operating expenses

Foreign currency exchange loss

Laid-off expenses

Others

Total non-operating expenses

Ordinary income

Extraordinary gains

Gain on sales of fixed assets

Reversal of allowance for doubtful accounts

Profit from ending retirement benefit scheme

Gain on insurance adjustments

Total extraordinary gains

Extraordinary losses

Loss on sale/disposal of fixed assets

Abandonment loss on fixed assets

Impairment loss

Loss from disaster

Advance depreciation deduction of fixed assets

Loss on revaluation of investment securities

Loss on revaluation of affiliate companies’ shares

Provision for allowance for doubtful accounts

Special severance payments for early retired employees

Restructuring expenses

Environmental spending

Affected amount accompanying application of accounting standards on asset retirement obligations

Total extraordinary losses

Income (Loss) before taxes

Income taxes-current

Income tax-deferred

Total income taxes

Income (Loss) before minority interests

Minority interests

Net income (Loss)

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011)

341,885

219,149

122,736

89,999

32,736

991

415

120

444

1,971

7,152

749

7,902

26,805

87

34

1,796

1,919

109

1,967

2,516

995

270

341

5

2,969

148

9,324

19,400

7,372

2,152

9,524

9,875

243

9,632

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012)

304,652

209,046

1,847

7,286

275

18,320

18,596

8

340

24,180

134

164

812

778

1,939

220

95,606

89,253

6,352

1,171

441

130

1,036

2,781

1,284

322

240

28,578

-2,696

3,724

9,649

13,374

-16,070

35

-16,106

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(Consolidated statement of comprehensive income)

Income (Loss) before minority interests

Other comprehensive income

Valuation difference of available-for-sale securities

Other valuation difference of foreign exchange translations

Total other comprehensive income

Comprehensive Income

(breakdown)

Comprehensive Income Attributable to Parent Company

Shareholders

Comprehensive Income Attributable to Minority Shareholders

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011)

9,875

-2,261

-21,833

-24,095

-14,219

-14,439

219

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012)

-16,070

-2,079

-4,434

-6,514

-22,585

-22,602

17

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(3) Consolidated Statement of Shareholders' Equity

Shareholders' equity

Common share

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Total changes during the fiscal year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Capital surplus

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Retired treasury stocks

Transfer from retained earnings to capital surplus

Total changes during the fiscal year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Retained earnings

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Dividends from retained earnings

Net income (Loss)

Transfer from retained earnings to capital surplus

Total changes during the fiscal year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Treasury stock

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Acquisition of treasury stock

Retired treasury stocks

Total changes during the fiscal year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Total shareholders' equity

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Dividends from retained earnings

Net income (Loss)

Acquisition of treasury stock

Total changes during the fiscal year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011)

86,969

86,969

102,403

102,403

637,999

-14,243

9,632

-4,611

633,388

-57,105

-10,014

-10,014

-67,120

770,267

-14,243

9,632

-10,014

-14,625

755,641

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012)

86,969

86,969

102,403

-17,039

17,039

102,403

633,388

-10,242

-16,106

-17,039

-43,388

589,999

-67,120

-3

17,039

17,035

-50,084

755,641

-10,242

-16,106

-3

-26,352

729,288

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Total of Accumulated other comprehensive income

Net unrealized gain on available-for-sale securities

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders' equity during the fiscal year

Total changes during the year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Foreign currency translation adjustments

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders' equity during the fiscal year

Total changes during the year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Total of accumulated other comprehensive income

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders' equity during the fiscal year

Total changes during the year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Minority interests

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders' equity during the fiscal year

Total changes during the year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

Total net assets

Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year

Changes during the fiscal year

Dividends from retained earnings

Net income (Loss)

Acquisition of treasury stock

Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders' equity during the fiscal year

Total changes during the year

Balance as of the end of the fiscal year

ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011)

8,121

-2,262

-2,262

5,859

-72,860

-21,809

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012)

5,859

-2,079

-2,079

3,780

-94,669

-4,416

-21,809

-94,669

-64,738

-24,071

-24,071

-88,810

2,189

-242

-242

1,947

707,718

-14,243

9,632

-10,014

-24,313

-38,939

668,778

-4,416

-99,086

-88,810

-6,496

-6,496

-95,306

1,947

-1,649

-1,649

297

668,778

-10,242

-16,106

-3

-8,145

-34,498

634,280

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(4) Consolidated Statement of Cash Flow

Operating Activities

Net income (Loss) before tax and other adjustments

Depreciation

Impairment loss

Gain on insurance adjustments

Amortization of goodwill

Increase (-decrease) in net liability for retirement benefits

Decrease (-increase) in prepaid pension cost

Increase (-decrease) in allowance for restructuring expenses

Increase (-decrease) in allowance for disaster loss

Interest and dividends income

Foreign currency exchange loss (-gain)-net

Revaluation loss (-gain) on securities/investment securities

Decrease (-increase) in notes and accounts receivable -trade

Decrease (-increase) in inventories

Increase (-decrease) in notes and accounts payable -trade

Increase (-decrease) in other accounts payable

Others

Subtotal

Insurance proceeds received

Interest and dividends -received

Interest expenses

Income taxes -refunded (-paid)

Net cash used by operating activities

Investing Activities

Decrease (-increase) in time deposits

Purchase of securities and investment securities

Revenue from sales and paying-off of securities and investment securities

Purchases of tangible fixed assets

Proceeds from sales of tangible fixed assets

Expense accompanying purchases of subsidiary shares

Others

Net cash used in investing activities

Financing Activities

Purchases of treasury stock

Dividends paid

Others

Net cash used in financing activities

Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash and Cash Equivalents

Net Increase(-decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents

Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of the Fiscal Year

Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of the Fiscal Year

Year Ended March 31, 2011

(From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011)

19,400

39,019

2,516

7,058

-1,830

351

-282

1,745

-1,406

2,427

611

2,246

-1,493

3,104

-4,999

1,884

70,354

1,384

-21

-8,160

63,557

-6,310

-7,746

4,498

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year Ended March 31, 2012

(From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012)

-2,696

34,924

24,180

-18,320

5,251

-629

12

1,911

-1,684

-1,613

842

977

5,336

-13,791

2,274

998

-1,926

36,045

6,593

1,530

-13

-7,297

36,858

5,039

-10,204

6,675

-40,628

208

-601

-2,405

-52,985

-10,014

-14,243

-176

-24,434

-14,551

-28,414

259,135

230,721

-41,708

361

-4,521

-1,430

-45,788

-3

-10,242

-248

-10,494

-2,551

-21,975

230,721

208,745

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(5) Note on Going Concern

No applicable items

(6) Major Items for the Preparations of Consolidated Financial Statements

Items regarding standards for accounting procedures

Standard for accounting important allowance

Liabilities for retirement benefits

In order to provide retirement benefits to employees, ROHM is allocating the allowance based on retirement liabilities and estimated amount for pension assets as of the end of the year ended March 31, 2012.

Actuarial gain and loss are amortized in the fiscal year following the fiscal year in which the gain or loss is recognized by the straight-line method over stated years that do not exceed the average remaining service period of eligible employees as of the relevant consolidated fiscal year (10 to 13 years).

Past service liability is calculated by the straight-line method, using a certain number of years (10 to 13 years) within the average remaining service period of the employee at the time of occurrence, and allotting it as costs.

Regarding matters other than those mentioned above, since there are no significant changes from the descriptions in the latest securities report (submitted on June 29, 2011), information other than that listed above has been omitted from this disclosure.

(7) Change in Indication Method

(Consolidated cash flow statement)

In the consolidated fiscal year ended March 31, 2011, “Expense accompanying purchase of subsidiary shares”, which was included in “Others” of “Investing Activities,” became more significant in terms of monetary value, therefore ROHM decided to record the amount independently from the current consolidated fiscal year. In order to reflect the change in posting method, the company has changed the sequence in consolidated financial statement.

As a result, -3,006 million yen, which was listed in “Others” in “Investing Activities” in the consolidated cash flow statement of the previous year, was changed to -601 million yen of “Expense accompanying purchase of subsidiary shares” and -2,405 million yen of

“Others.”

(8) Additional Information

(Accounting standards and implementation guidance on correction of accounting changes and errors)

Effective from the accounting changes and errors after the beginning of the current fiscal year, the group is applying the

“Accounting Standard for Accounting Changes and Error Corrections” (ASBJ Statement No.24 of December 4, 2009) and

“Guidance on Accounting Standard for Accounting Changes and Errors” (ASBJ Guidance No.24 of December 4, 2009).

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(9) Notes on Consolidated Financial Statements

(Notes on Consolidated Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity)

Year ended March 31, 2011 (From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

1. Classifications and total number of shares outstanding and classifications and numbers of treasury stocks

(Unit: thousand shares)

At the beginning of the year ended

March 31, 2011

Increase during the year ended

March 31, 2011

Decrease during the year ended

March 31, 2011

Number of shares on

March 31, 2011

Shares outstanding

Common shares

Total

Treasury stocks

115,300

115,300

-

-

-

-

115,300

115,300

Common shares

5,732 1,752 - 7,484

Total

5,732 1,752 - 7,484

(Note) The 1,752 thousand units under own shares include 1,749 thousand units acquired according to Article 156 of Companies

Act and 2 thousand shares of less than one unit that were purchased.

2. Notes on dividends

(1) Dividend paid

(Decision)

Annual meeting of shareholders

June 29, 2010

Board of Directors’ meeting

November 8, 2010

Classification of shares

Common shares

Common shares

Total dividend amount

7,121 million yen

7,121 million yen

Dividend per share

65.00 yen

65.00 yen

Base date

March 31, 2010

Date of Effect

June 30, 2010

September 30, 2010 December 3, 2010

(2) Of the dividends whose base date belongs to the year ended March 31, 2011, those whose dates of effect are after the end of the year

(Decision)

Classification of shares

Total dividend amount

Assets available for dividends

Dividend per share

Base date Date of Effect

Annual meeting of shareholders

June 29, 2011

Common shares

7,008 million yen

Retained earnings

65.00 yen March 31, 2011 June 30, 2011

Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

1. Classifications and total number of shares outstanding and classifications and numbers of treasury stocks

(Unit: thousand shares)

At the beginning of the year ended

March 31, 2012

Increase during the year ended March

31, 2012

Decrease during the year ended March 31,

2012

Number of shares on March 31, 2012

Shares outstanding

Common shares (Note 1)

Total

115,300

115,300

-

-

1,900

1,900

113,400

113,400

Treasury stocks

Common shares (Note 1,2) 7,484 0 1,900 5,585

Total 7,484 0 1,900 5,585

(Note) 1. Regarding the number of issued stocks, the decrease 1,900 thousand units in own shares were due to cancellation.

2. Concerning common shares, the increase of 0 thousand units of treasury stocks comes from the purchase of odd stock.

2. Notes on dividends

(1) Dividend paid

(Decision)

Annual meeting of shareholders

June 29, 2011

Board of Directors’ meeting

November 9, 2011

Classification of shares

Common shares

Common shares

Total dividend amount

7,008 million yen

3,234 million yen

Dividend per share

65.00 yen

30.00 yen

Base date

March 31, 2011

Date of Effect

June 30, 2011

September 30, 2011 December 2, 2011

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(2) Of the dividends whose base date belongs to the year ended March 31, 2012, those whose dates of effect are after the end of the year

(Decision)

Classification of shares

Total dividend amount

Assets available for dividends

Dividend per share

Base date Date of Effect

Annual meeting of shareholders

June 28, 2012

Common shares 3,234 million yen

Retained earnings

30.00 yen March 31, 2012 June 29, 2012

(Segment information)

1. Segment information

(1) Overview of reportable segments

The reportable segments of the ROHM Group are units of the group for which separated financial information is available, and which is the subject of the periodical review by the board of directors for the purpose of deciding the distribution of management resources and evaluating business performance.

The ROHM Group is a comprehensive manufacturer of electronic components, and sets up operational divisions by individual product categories at its headquarters. Each operational division draws up comprehensive production plans and business strategies for both domestic and overseas operations, and develops global production activities. Therefore, from a management standpoint, the group attaches great importance to the supervision of profits and losses by operational segments organized as operational divisions of individual product categories. For this reason, the group is consolidating operational segments in consideration of characteristics of the products each operational division is manufacturing and similarities of production process, and setting up two reportable segments as “ICs” and “Discrete semiconductor devices”.

In the “ICs” segment, products such as analog ICs, logic ICs, memory ICs and ASICs are manufactured and foundry business operations are conducted.

Products manufactured in the “Discrete semiconductor devices” segment include diodes, transistors, light-emitting diodes, and laser diodes.

(2) Calculating method of amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, liabilities, and other items of individual segment information

Accounting processing for each reported operating segment is basically identical to accounting standards used for compiling consolidated financial statements.

Profits of reported segments are operating profits. “Internal sales between individual segments or amount transferred” are calculated based on market price.

Although assets of common categories such as sales and administrative expenses, are included in “Adjustments,” depreciation costs derived from these assets are allocated to individual segments according to in-house standards to calculate individual segment profits.

(3) Information regarding amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, liabilities, and other items of individual segment information

The year ended March 31, 2011 (From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

Reportable segments

ICs

Discrete semiconductor devices

Subtotal

Sales

Sales to customers

Inter-segment sales or transfer

Total

176,672

2,067

113,543

1,191

290,216

3,259

Segment profit

Segment asset

178,740

6,599

130,262

114,734

19,036

81,655

293,475

25,635

211,918

Other items

Depreciation expense

Depreciation of goodwill

Increase in tangible fixed asset and intangible fixed asset

19,872

6,817

15,574

14,789

192

17,140

34,662

7,010

32,715

Others

(Note) 1

51,669

5

51,675

4,633

38,040

5,523

48

6,316

Total

341,885

3,264

345,150

30,269

249,958

40,185

7,058

39,031

(Unit: millions of yen)

Amount on

Adjusted amount

(Note) 2 consolidated income statement

-

-3,264

341,885

-

-3,264

2,467

510,030

-1,244

-

3,341

341,885

32,736

759,988

38,941

7,058

42,373

(Note) 1. “Others” is an operational segment that is not included in reportable segments, consisting of business in resistors, printheads, optical modules, tantalum capacitors, power modules, and lightings.

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2. Adjustments are as follows.

[1] The adjusted amount of the segment profit, -2,467 million yen, mainly includes general administrative expenses of

-1,100 million yen that do not attribute to the segment, and the settlement adjusted amount of 3,567 million yen, which is not allocated to the segment (such as adjustment for retirement benefits).

[2] The adjusted amount of 510,030 million yen in segment assets contains corporate assets of 514,861 million yen that have not been allocated to individual segment information and a downward adjustment of fixed assets of -4,830 million yen. Corporate assets do not belong to reported segments, consisting of cash and time deposits of 230,286 million yen, land of 85,903 million yen, and notes receivable and accounts receivable of 73,297 million yen.

[3] Adjustments to increases in tangible fixed assets and intangible fixed assets apply to fixed assets of common categories such as sales and administrative expenses.

The year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

Reportable segments

Sales

Sales to customers

Inter-segment sales or

ICs

149,134

1,795

Discrete semiconductor devices

103,861

1,009

Subtotal

252,995

2,805 transfer

Total

150,930 104,870 255,801

Segment profit (-loss)

-6,665 11,616 4,951

Segment asset

Other items

Depreciation expense

128,798

18,446

83,362

13,277

212,161

31,723

Depreciation of goodwill

Increase in tangible fixed asset and intangible fixed asset

4,953

30,132

174

13,484

5,127

43,616

Others

(Note) 1

51,656

0

51,657

-482

35,446

5,115

123

7,603

Total

304,652

2,805

307,458

4,469

247,608

36,839

5,251

51,220

(Unit: millions of yen)

Adjusted

Amount on amount

(Note) 2

-

-2,805

-2,805

1,883

489,718

-

1,914

-

2,793 consolidated income statement

304,652

-

304,652

6,352

737,326

34,924

5,251

54,014

(Note) 1. “Others” is an operational segment that is not included in reportable segments, consisting of business in resistors, printheads, optical modules, tantalum capacitors, power modules, and lightings.

2. Adjustments are as follows.

[1] The adjusted amount of the segment profit (loss), 1,883 million yen, mainly includes general administrative expenses of -623 million yen that do not attribute to the segment, and the settlement adjusted amount of 2,506 million yen, which is not allocated to the segment (such as adjustment for retirement benefits).

[2] The adjusted amount of 489,718 million yen in segment assets contains corporate assets of 494,432 million yen that have not been allocated to individual segment information and a downward adjustment of fixed assets of -4,714 million yen. Corporate assets do not belong to reported segments, consisting of cash and time deposits of 211,199 million yen, land of 79,791 million yen, and notes receivable and accounts receivable of 67,393 million yen.

[3] Adjustments to increases in tangible fixed assets and intangible fixed assets apply to fixed assets of common categories such as sales and administrative expenses.

2. Relevant information

Previous fiscal year (From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

(1) Information on individual products and services

As the classification of products and services is identical to segment classification, it has been omitted.

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

(2) Information on individual regions

[1] Sales

Japan China Others

(Unit: millions of yen)

Total

122,632 99,032 120,220 341,885

(Note) Sales are based on the location of customers, and categorized by country.

[2] Tangible fixed assets

Japan

170,132

China

29,392

Others

52,690

(Unit: millions of yen)

Total

252,216

(3) Information on individual significant customers

Since there are no customers who account for more than 10 percent of sales to external customers in the consolidated income statement, this section has been omitted.

This fiscal year (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

(1) Information on individual products and services

As the classification of products and services is identical to segment classification, it has been omitted.

(2) Information on individual regions

[1] Sales

Japan China Others

(Unit: millions of yen)

Total

117,618 82,457 104,576 304,652

(Note) Sales are based on the location of customers, and categorized by country.

[2] Tangible fixed assets

Japan

159,333

China

30,814

Others

55,238

(Unit: millions of yen)

Total

245,386

(3) Information on individual significant customers

Since there are no customers who account for more than 10 percent of sales to external customers in the consolidated income statement, this section has been omitted.

3. Information regarding depleted loss of fixed assets of reported individual segments

Previous fiscal year (From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

Segment information

IC

Semiconductor device

Total

Depleted loss

1,794 212 2,006

(Note) Other amounts are mainly the amount incurred by the tantalum condenser sector.

Others

(Note)

234

This fiscal year (From April 1, 2011to March 31, 2012)

Segment information

IC

Semiconductor device

Depleted loss

14,608 921

Total

15,530

(Note) Other amounts are mainly the amount incurred by the tantalum condenser sector.

Others

(Note)

2,429

(Unit: millions of yen)

Corporate/

Cancellation

274

(Unit: millions of yen)

Corporate/

Cancellation

6,220

Total

2,516

Total

24,180

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4. Information regarding depreciation amount of goodwill and undepreciated balance

Previous fiscal year (From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

Segment information

IC

Semiconduct or device

Undepreciated amount of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011

19,101 708

Total

19,809

Others

(Note)

536

(Unit: millions of yen)

Corporate/

Cancellation

Total

20,346

(Note) 1. The amount under “Others” is for the lighting sector.

2. “Depreciation of goodwill” has been omitted, as similar information is disclosed in “1. Segment information (3)

Information regarding amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, liabilities, and other items of individual segment information.”

This fiscal year (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

Segment information

IC

Semiconduct or device

Undepreciated amount of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2012

5,561

Total

5,561

Others

(Note)

(Unit: millions of yen)

Corporate/

Cancellation

Total

5,561

(Note) “Depreciation of goodwill” has been omitted, as similar information is disclosed in “1. Segment information (3)

Information regarding amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, liabilities, and other items of individual segment information.”

5. Information regarding profits of negative goodwill of reported individual segments

Previous fiscal year (From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

There is no relevant information.

This fiscal year (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)

There is no relevant information.

(Per Share Data)

Year ended March 31, 2011 Year ended March 31, 2012

Net asset per share

Net income (loss) per share

6,184 .91yen

88 .7yen

5,880 .27yen

-149 .41yen

(Notes) 1. Net income per share after adjustment of residual securities is a net loss per share, and as residual securities do not exist, it has been omitted. The amount of net income per share after adjustment of residual securities is not posted as there are no residual securities.

2. The basis for the calculation of the net asset per share is as follows:

Year ended March 31, 2011 Year ended March 31, 2012

Total net asset 668,778 million yen 634,280 million yen

299

(297)

633,980

Amount deducted from the total of net asset

(Minority interests included in the above amount)

Year-end net asset from common shares 666,829

Year-end number of common shares used to calculate net asset per share

107,815 thousand shares

3. The basis for the calculation of the net income per share is as follows:

Year ended March 31, 2011

Net income (Loss) 9,632 million yen

Amount not attributable to common shareholders

Net income (loss) from common shares

Average number of common shares during the year

1,949

(1,947)

1

9,631

109,357 thousand shares

107,814 thousand shares

Year ended March 31, 2012

-16,106 million yen

1

-16,108

107,815 thousand shares

(Significant subsequent events)

There is no relevant information.

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

5. Others

(1) Production, orders and actual sales status

[1] Actual production

ICs

Semiconductor device

Total of reported segment

Other

Year ended March 31, 2011

From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011

177,924

113,596

291,521

52,947

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year ended March 31, 2012

From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012

147,359

106,910

254,269

51,659

Total 344,468 305,929

(Notes) The amounts above are calculated based on the average sale prices for each fiscal year and consumption tax and the like are excluded.

[2] Orders

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year ended March 31, 2012

From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012

ICs

Semiconductor device

Total of reported segment

Other

Year ended March 31, 2011

From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011

Order received

173,757

115,704

289,462

51,758

Order backlog

26,736

18,239

44,975

8,715

Order received

146,001

99,872

245,873

50,353

296,227 Total 341,220

(Notes) The above amount does not contain consumption tax and the like.

53,690

Order backlog

23,602

14,250

37,853

7,412

45,265

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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2012

[3] Actual sales

Actual sales by product category (domestic)

ICs

Semiconductor device

Total of reported segment

Other

Year ended March 31, 2011

From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011

Sales

70,825

Domestic Ratio

40.1%

37,849

108,675

13,957

122,632

33.3

37.4

Total

Actual sales by product category (overseas)

27.0

35.9

Year ended March 31, 2011

From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011

ICs

Semiconductor device

Total of reported segment

Sales

105,847

75,693

181,541

Oversea Ratio

59.9%

66.7

62.6

Other

Total

Actual sales by product category (total)

37,712

219,253

73.0

64.1

ICs

Semiconductor device

Total of reported segment

Other

Year ended March 31, 2011

From April 1, 2010

To March 31, 2011

Sales

176,672

113,543

290,216

51,669

Percent Distribution

51.7%

33.2

84.9

15.1

Total 341,885 100.0

(Notes) The above amount does not contain consumption tax and the like.

(2) Transfer of directors

There is no relevant information.

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year ended March 31, 2012

From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012

Sales

62,919

37,394

100,314

17,304

117,618

Domestic Ratio

42.2%

36.0

39.7

33.5

38.6

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year ended March 31, 2012

From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012

Sales

86,214

66,466

152,681

Oversea Ratio

57.8%

64.0

60.3

34,352

187,033

66.5

61.4

(Unit: millions of yen)

Year ended March 31, 2012

From April 1, 2011

To March 31, 2012

Sales

149,134

103,861

252,995

51,656

304,652

Percent Distribution

48.9%

34.1

83.0

17.0

100.0

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