Corporate ethics is a top priority for Salvatore Ferragamo in its business dynamics and demands, conveying a message of loyalty, fairness and respect regarding the entire Group, and constituting a reference point in its business environment.
The Code of Ethics sets forth the ethical principles and general guidelines that, along with legal, regulatory and contractual rules, characterize the organization and activities of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A and its subsidiaries. The Board of Directors of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A approved the last amendment to the Code of Ethics on 15 December 2016.



Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 («Decree») has introduced an administrative liability of entities regime into the Italian legal system, in particular, as regards certain types of criminal offences perpetrated in their interest or to their advantage, by top executives or by persons under the latter’s management or supervision.
To ensure that the criminal offences under the Decree are prevented, Salvatore Ferragamo has adopted its own organization, management and control model («Model»).  The Board of Directors approved the last amendment to the Model on 14 March 2017.
The Board of Directors of Salvatore Ferragamo has set up a Supervisory Body, which has independent decision-making and control powers, and which is in charge of supervising the implementation of and compliance with the Model, and of fostering its continuous update.



Salvatore Ferragamo is committed to fight corruption and reject it in any form and way it may occur. For this reason, Salvatore Ferragamo has decided to undertake a project in order to identify and prevent every corruption case by adopting an Anti-Corruption Policy applicable to employees and to all those who operate on behalf of Group companies.

Code of Ethics.pdf (867 KB)

Modello 231 Salvatore Ferragamo SpA - Parte Generale.pdf (262 KB)

Anti-Corruption Policy.pdf (1.65 MB)

SA8000 Policy.pdf (55 KB)