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Public disclosure of transfers of value

Healthcare professionals and healthcare organisations

As of June 2016, and as a member company of the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA), Sanofi discloses details of its collaborations with healthcare professionals and healthcare organisations across Europe. The disclosures include transfers of value made for activities such as research and educational grants to healthcare organisations as well as transfers of value to individual healthcare professionals (HCPs) such as sponsorship to attend educational meetings, speaker fees, consultancy activities and advisory boards.

As a UK affiliate, under both our obligations with the EFPIA Disclosure Code and the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) Code of Practice, we list all the transfers of value (payments which can be direct, indirect or in kind) made to healthcare organisations, patient organisations, healthcare professionals and research and development.

In line with the rest of the pharmaceutical industry, all transfers of value to healthcare organisations since 2015 are held on the ABPI website and are no longer available on

Since 1st July 2016, all transfers of value made by Sanofi to named individual healthcare professionals are available on the ABPI website  except for those individuals who have not consented to place their data in the public domain. Transfers of value made to those individual healthcare professionals who have not consented to disclosure will be disclosed in an aggregated pool.

Transfers of value made to Healthcare Professionals and Healthcare Organisations 2014

Healthcare Professional Attendance at Third Party Meetings 2014

Total Value of Expenses


Total Number of Recipients


Total Number of Attendances



Healthcare Professional Fees for Services 2014

Total Value of Expenses


Total Number of Recipients




Links to further public disclosure information

ABPI information on payments made to Healthcare Professionals and Healthcare Organisations 2015

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