Each shareholder can have his shares be represented by another shareholder with voting rights or the independent proxy. Proxies and instructions can be issued to the independent proxy in writing or electronically. The Annual General Meeting elects the independent proxy annually for a one-year term until the conclusion of the next Annual General Meeting. Re-election is possible.

For more detailed information on the participation, representationand instruction rights of shareholders reference is made to the chapter CAPITAL STRUCTURE and art. 7.3 of the Sika Articles of Association (available at https://www.sika.com/en/group/investors/corporate-governance/articles-of-association.html).

Information on the legal quora can be found in Article 703 etseq. of the Swiss Code of Obligations (CO); information on what constitutes a quorum under the Sika Articles of Association can be found in art. 7 para. 4 of the Sika Articles of Association. The resolutions for which a qualified majority (at least two-thirds ofthe votes represented, and an absolute majority of the par value of shares represented) is required are defined therein. The Sika Articles of Association can be found at https://www.sika.com/en/group/investors/corporate-governance/articles-of-association.html. The invitation modalities and deadlines for the General Meetings match with legal requirements (art. 699 etseq. CO). In addition, during a period published by the Company in the Swiss Official Gazette of Commerce, shareholders representing shares with a nominal value of CHF 10,000 can request in writing to have an item placed on the agenda, indicating the proposals to be put forward.

The publication of the convening of the General Meeting is made in the Swiss Official Gazette of Commerce. The convening also contains the agenda items and the proposals of the Board of Directors. In addition, the invitation to the General Meeting is sent by post to the holders of registered shares. New holders of registered shares will not be registered by the company in the two business days prior to a General Meeting. Therefore, registered shares sold between the deadline and a General Meeting are not entitled to be voted.