• No authority ever has accused Sika of engaging in acts of bribery or corruption
  • Sika's Code of conduct, available in 44 languages, defines a zero-tolerance policy regarding bribery or corruption
  • Sika’s Compliance Management System requires managers at all levels – local, regional and global – to take an active stance against bribery and corruption
  • All Sika Senior and General Managers bi-annually commit in writing to act with integrity and not to engage in bribery or corruption
  • Each General Manager submits, on an annual basis, a GRI Compliance Confirmation reaffirming that local staff throughout the year has received adequate anti-corruption training
  • In 2020, Corporate Compliance has developed a new anti-corruption e-learning, to be rolled out globally in 2021
  • Corporate Controlling in 2020 introduced additional cost coding categories, which on a global level allow for a close monitoring of all gift, entertainment, donation and sponsoring expenses in favor of third parties
  • Employees may report misconduct via the online whistleblowing tool Sika Trust Line. External parties may report misconduct by contacting management or Corporate Compliance.