Transfers of value

Commitment towards Transparency

Collaboration between industry and healthcare organizations, professionals and patient associations is of vital importance.

The direct or indirect value transfers shown below reflect Ferrer's support to healthcare professionals to facilitate their continuing education, fees for the provision of services to healthcare professionals or organizations based on their clinical knowledge and experience, and participation fees and contribution of R&D centers and professionals.

Ferrer complies with Spain’s Código de Buenas Prácticas de Farmaindustria, Germany’s Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle für die Arzneimittelindustrie e.V. (FSA), Portugal’s Código Conduta and Código Deontológico de APIFARMA.

By selecting the year, type of recipient and country from which such value transfers are made, you can view the information.


Information updated June 2022

Read the methodological note relating to transfers of value managed from Spain


Read the methodological note relating to transfers of value managed from Germany (PDF)


Nominative individual publication: of value carried out on a yearly basis individually to each Healthcare Organisation shall be added in such a way that an amount is published for each individual Healthcare Organisation. The itemisation shall only be available for consultation, when applicable, by the individual Healthcare Organisation, the Code’s Supervisory Bodies or the competent authorities.


The information published according to the requirements of the Code on this website will be used solely for the purpose of complying with the provisions of the Code. Any other use or subsequent data processing departs from the intended purpose. 

You may exercise your rights of access and rectification, and you may direct any queries or suggestions with regard to the processing of your personal data by writing to Ferrer’s Data Protection Officer by email on, attaching a copy of your DNI or any other equivalent ID document and using the subject line “Transfers of Value”.