Corporate governance within Alligator

Corporate governance within Alligator

Good corporate governance is a prerequisite for maintaining confidence among shareholders, partners and other external
stakeholders and is built on the company’s strategies, targets and values permeating the entire organization.

Alligator’s corporate governance, prior to listing on the Nasdaq Stockholm, has been governed by the Swedish Companies Act and
other applicable laws and regulations, the Company's articles of association and internal policy documents. The internal policy
documents cover first and foremost the rules of procedure for the Board of Directors, instructions for the CEO and instructions for financial
reporting. Furthermore, Alligator also has a number of policy documents and manuals containing rules and recommendations,
which contain principles and provide guidance in the Company's business operations and for employees.

After listing on Nasdaq Stockholm, corporate governance will also be based on the Nasdaq Stockholm Rule Book for Issuers, the
Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (the "Code"), good practice in the stock market and other applicable rules and
recommendations.

The structure of the corporate governance process is illustrated below:

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In the upcoming annual report for 2016, a complete corporate governance report will be prepared in accordance with the "Code".