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Compliance – an integral part of our culture

We are committed to making sure that we deliver success in the right way to bring benefit through both what we do and how we do it. The trust and confidence of all our stakeholders, and our license to operate in trust from society depend on it.

Earning and maintaining the trust of our stakeholders starts with making sure that we always act with integrity, wherever Grünenthal has a presence or an impact. What we do touches many people’s lives – patients and physicians, the people who pay for healthcare, our shareholders, our regulators, our partners and the communities around us. Forging strong relationships with these groups is critical to our success and the strongest relationships are built on trust.

At Grünenthal, all members of the group and their directors, officers and employees are required to observe high standards of integrity and honesty, and to act with care, diligence and fairness in all our business activities. All our interactions with stakeholders and the wider community should be conducted in an ethical and proper manner. To that end, all of us must comply with Grünenthal’s Code of Conduct, all employees are asked to fully live the Code and take pride in applying its principles. Our managers have the responsibility to set the tone, to lead by example and to ensure that their teams understand and apply the Code. There is a clear expectation that everyone at Grünenthal takes full ownership of their respective functional compliance responsibilities.


Transfers of value done to HCPs and HCOs are published together with a methodological note how Grünenthal is collecting and disclosing the data in the reports. The complete overview of the transfers of values for the whole Group is accessible here.
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