Sika AG, headquartered in Baar, is the only listed Sika company. The Sika AG bearer shares are listed on SIX Swiss Exchange under Swiss security no. 58797. Information on Sika AG’s stock market capitalization can be found on page 9 of the download version of this report. In the year under review, the Sika Group encompassed unlisted subsidiaries in 97 countries. 150 companies are included in the scope of consolidation. Companies of which Sika holds 50% or less of shareholder votes are not consolidated. These are namely Condensil SARL, France; Part GmbH in Germany; Sarna Granol AG, Switzerland, as well as Hayashi- Sika Automotive Ltd., Chemical Sangyo Ltd., and Seven Tech Co. Ltd. in Japan. Detailed information on the Group companies can be found on page 130 et seq. of the download version of this report.

Sika conducts its worldwide activities according to countries that have been classed into regions with area-wide managerial functions. The heads of the regions are members of Group Management. The regional and national management teams bear full profit and loss responsibility, and – based on the Group strategy – set country-specific growth and sustainability targets, and allocate resources.

Furthermore, Sika has geared its internal organization toward seven target markets from the construction industry or from industrial manufacturing. These target markets are represented by two members of Group Management as well as in the regional management teams and the national subsidiaries. The relevant managers are responsible for the definition and launch of new products, the implementation of best-demonstrated practices, and the product-line policies for Group products, i.e., those offered worldwide rather than only in one particular country.

The heads of the central Finance and Research and Development are likewise members of Group Management, which consists of nine members. All Group business is consolidated in Sika AG, the holding company, itself in turn under the supervision of the Board of Directors. The organizational structures are presented on pages 13 to 20 of the download version of this report.

As of the balance sheet date of December 31, 2016, Sika had received notification of three significant shareholders whose voting rights exceed 3%: (1) The Burkard-Schenker family, who, according to information provided by the family, held 52.92% of all voting shares via Schenker-Winkler Holding AG as of December 31, 2016. On December 8, 2014, the Burkard-Schenker family announced the sale of their Sika participation to the Compagnie de Saint-Gobain (“Saint-Gobain”), and, on December 11, 2014, the Burkard-Schenker family and Saint-Gobain announced the formation of a group. On April 7, 2015, the Burkard-Schenker family and Saint-Gobain announced the dissolution of their group. Saint-Gobain itself announced on April 7, 2015, that it held 52.92% of all voting rights via Schenker-Winkler Holding AG. Legal proceedings are underway in connection with the planned transaction, which, as far as the company is aware, has not yet been concluded. (2) BlackRock, Inc., which owned 4.93% of all voting shares on the balance sheet date. (3) A group consisting of Threadneedle Asset Management Limited, Threadneedle Investment Services Limited, Threadneedle Management Luxembourg S.A., FIL Limited, William H. Gates III, Melinda French Gates and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust, which owned 5.00% of all voting shares on the balance sheet date. A list of changes in significant shareholdings reported to the Disclosure Office of SIX Swiss Exchange Ltd during the year under review can be found at https://www.six-exchange-regulation.com/en/home/publications/significant-shareholders.html.

There are no crossover holdings exceeding 3%, either in terms of capital or votes.