As an international company with a long and successful history, Merz has an excellent reputation. We are fully aware of our responsibilities to our employees, customers and partners, as well as to the natural environment and the communities in which we do business.
Group Compliance is the cornerstone of all these responsibilities. Compliance at Merz means more than adhering to both external and internal rules; it means respecting and living the values that guide our business and define our way of working.
Merz is committed to setting the highest ethical standards, and all our employees are expected to do the same by following the Merz Group Code of Conduct and by exhibiting fairness, trust, open communication and transparency in all their interactions with customers, partners and colleagues.
Cooperations between the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare professionals, healthcare organisations and patient organisations play an important role in the exchange of knowledge and the improvement of patient care. MERZ is committed to comply with all rules and standards which govern these interactions.
In order to increase transparency and foster mutual trust between the stakeholders involved MERZ discloses interactions with healthcare professionals, healthcare organisations and patient organisations in accordance with applicable regional and local laws and self-regulatory codes of conduct such as the EFPIA Code of Practice.
In the following you will find a list of those countries with applicable transparency obligations which MERZ made transfers of value since 2017.