Code of ethics and conduct for senior officials of the AMB and its associated entities

The Agency of Transparency has driven the creation of an Code of ethics for senior officials and managers of the AMB in the mandate 2015-2019, in accordance with the performance 5.1.1.3. Due in the Plan of Metropolitan Performance. The Code of ethics is the tool of management of the ethical public that conceptualises the principles and values that have to observe the people that situate ahead of the AMB. The Code establishes the standards of behaviour, puts black on white which expects of his addressees and, in the last resort, orients his discerniment, in fulfillment of his functions of formation to the addressees, follow-up and implementation of this measure.

The Code configures how an instrument of self-regulatory that forces by means of the subscription of the commitment of individualised adhesion and in spite of not being normative is vinculat to the penalising diet of the Law 19/2014 (title VII). It addresses to all the representative charges, to all the members of the Metropolitan Council, to the senior officials and managers of the AMB (general manager and the area and service managers) and of his entities that have a similar position.

Full content of the Code of ethics and conduct and its annexes, approved by the Metropolitan Council of the AMB the January 30, 2018.

  • Code of ethics and conduct for senior officials of the AMB and its associated entities

    Preamble and principles

    Article 55.1 of Law 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance, specifies the principles and rules of conduct that must guide the actions of senior officials. Section 3 of this article states that "the government, local authorities and other public bodies and institutions included in Article 3.1 must draw up a code of conduct for their senior officials that will specify and develop the principles of action referred to in Section 1, establish other additional ones where appropriate, and determine the consequences of not complying with them, without prejudice to the penalty system established by this law". By approving this Code of Ethics and Conduct as a self-regulatory instrument for senior officials, the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona complies with this legal obligation.

    The Transparency Agency of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona, ​​for its part, states that "it bases its action on a series of principles and values ​​that define good governance, are based on the fostering of personal commitment, and are reflected in corporate teamwork".

    These principles are the following:

    — Legality

    — Responsibility

    — Integrity

    — Accountability

    — Right to information

    — Objectivity

    — Public ethics

    — Equity

    Each of these principles expresses, in one way or another, the correspondence that must exist between the rights of citizens and the duties of those who have agreed to guarantee these rights. In addition to observing the principle of legality, senior officials hold the main responsibility for complying with and enforcing the law and for adapting or interpreting it in accordance with the circumstances of each situation for the benefit of the general interest and good governance. This responsibility entails making responsible and ethical use of their position and meeting the requirement of managerial discretion in the duties entrusted to them. The Code of Ethics and Conduct, as a system of institutional integrity, must be a guarantee for the senior officials that sign it, in the sense that it offers them a tool for ethical self-regulation, reinforcing the regulations but not reproducing them, and therefore guiding and protecting them in situations of behaviour that may compromise ethics.

    Transparency is the necessary condition for satisfying the right to information, a right that must be guaranteed with diligence, impartiality, honesty and loyalty. Citizens must be able to enjoy equal access to the information they need with equal treatment, and they must be aware of the functioning and activity of the public administrations. Transparency and good governance should make it possible for citizens to continually monitor and evaluate political and administrative actions. A transparent administration is an administration that accounts for its functioning and thus encourages citizen participation.

    The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union of 7 December 2000, incorporated into the Treaty of Lisbon, introduced citizens' right to good administration (Art. 41), promoting codes of conduct and organizational simplification.

    Insofar as the Code of Ethics and Conduct presents the risks and malpractices that may arise from non-compliance with the commitment to transparency and good governance, it is a tool that facilitates the assumption of responsibilities by senior officials and the habit of being accountable for actions taken.

    The behaviour of the councillors of the AMB must always correspond to the public trust deposited in them as elected officials. They must always exercise their powers with integrity and honesty, ensuring that they do not enter into any conflicts of interest or other situations that may unduly condition the exercise of their representative position. For this reason, they must always maintain a respectful behaviour and an exemplary attitude towards the other councillors and towards citizens. This behaviour should always involve the use of correct language and relations based on constructive and cordial interaction and dialogue with all people and all groups, without exclusion.

    Likewise, the ethical dimension that forms part of senior management goes beyond compliance with the law: first, it reinforces the sense of responsibility and knowledge of the law and, second, it reinforces the individual and organizational capacity to promote best practices. Nevertheless, a code of ethics and conduct cannot reiterate compliance with the existing regulations or limit their validity.

    In the area of ​​metropolitan regulation, without prejudice to any reforms that may be made, the current Organic Metropolitan Regulations establish the following:

    Art. 1.2. Object of the regulations: formulation of the principles of transparency of the Institution's activity in the regulation of access to information and in the participation of citizens and municipalities and entities in the Metropolitan Area

    Art. 73. Principles of transparency and participation

    73.1. The AMB adopts the aim and obligation of broadening and increasing the transparency of its activities, and recognizes and guarantees the right of citizens and municipalities to access information on these public activities.

    73.4. The AMB will ensure that this culture of transparency and participation is incorporated into the practices and working methods of all its services and departments, and that these draft and publish regularly updated information on their activities related to the operation of public services, so as to ensure transparency, monitoring and control.

    The Transparency Agency, as the guarantee body of the AMB and its associated entities, will ensure compliance with this Code of Ethics and Conduct and the evaluation of this compliance, in the conviction that it must be an effective and credible tool in its functioning and deployment and in the continued evaluation of its fulfilment.

    1. Obligated subjects

    The present code applies to persons in representative positions, all members of the Metropolitan Council, the senior officials and managers of the AMB (the general manager and the area and service managers) and those of the associated entities that have a similar position.

    The adherence of senior officials to this code of ethics will be actively announced on the portal, and will be mandatory.

    Senior officers must adhere to the Code of Ethics and Conduct when they occupy their positions or join the organization; senior officials who are already members of the organization must adhere to it when it is approved.

    2. Ethics in public information and accountability

    The commitment to transparency means that it is obligatory to make public especially all important actions that are relevant with regard to the accountability of public activity and those that, by their nature, could be susceptible to malfeasance.

    The information that is explained below must be made public or accounted for to the internal guarantee system and to the responsible administration:

    2.1. Traceability of public money. The use of material resources in order to show compliance with budgetary legality and the elimination of any expenditure not clearly linked to institutional obligations.

    2.2. A culture of merit in management positions. The professional merit and curriculum of each senior official and manager, in addition to the payments, compensations and expenses that are assigned to them.

    2.3. A public schedule in relation to stakeholders. The schedule of senior officials in their interaction with stakeholders in the monitoring system implemented by the Transparency Agency in order to exercise accountability in their work.

    2.4. Compatibilities. The conditions of incompatibility and declarations of compatibility of senior officials must be communicated in a timely manner from the time of their appointment to the time when they leave their posts, in addition to their declarations of assets.

    2.5. Public procurement. Public procurement procedures must be made public in accordance with the law. Best practices must be promoted, and compliance with the regulations on transparency and good governance in public procurement approved by the Metropolitan Council must be ensured.

    2.6. Selection and recruitment of staff. Staff must be selected and recruited in compliance with the law. Best practices must be promoted, conflicts of interest must be avoided and openness of public information and free competition must be guaranteed in all processes.

    2.7. Conflicts of interest. In order to promote a culture of integrity and the prevention of conflicts of interest, and to guarantee the prevalence of public interest over private interests, the questionnaire annexed to this code must be signed. In cases of doubt regarding conflicts of interest, the person involved must refrain from acting.

    2.8. Right of access. Publishing the report and showing diligence in dealing with requests for information from users and in requests by citizens for right of access, following the established procedures.

    2.9. Publication of criteria. Drafting objective criteria based on decision making and making them public in both individual resolutions or actions and in the management of teams.

    2.10. Subjection to commitments of governing bodies. Elected officials must make public any commitments made by the governing bodies and be accountable to citizens in all public actions carried out.

    3. Ethics in senior management

    Taking on managerial responsibility entails a high level of requirement of integrity, responsibility, teamwork and self-criticism. Good governance requires ethical criteria and norms of conduct that foster ethical leadership.

    3.1. Institutional responsibility and loyalty. Taking on the management of managerial discretion in each area in a responsible manner, and justifying decisions objectively. Integrating the general interest and the common good as a guiding and prioritizing criterion in metropolitan management, applying the utmost institutional loyalty and taking into account public information and statements by the public.

    3.2. Quality and austerity. Ensuring good management of expenditure, with criteria of prudence and austerity, giving priority to the general interest and direct service to citizens. To this end, the ethical dimension of decision making, evaluation by merit and allocation of expenditure must be strengthened.

    3.3. Equity and non-discrimination. Involvement in reinforcing the working conditions of staff, promoting a culture of quality in working conditions with defined structures and established duties, promoting equal opportunities for men and women, and avoiding any form of discrimination.

    3.4. Diligence in compliance with the law. Fostering decision making based on the law, knowing the content of regulations and laws and the procedures for transparency and good governance, and exercising the utmost diligence in their implementation. Senior officials may not accept any type of incentive, gift or benefit that is related to any type of decision making or is offered because of the position occupied.

    3.5. Veracity and integrity. Accepting ethics as a tool for preventing criminal risks and conflicts of interest, and filling in the questionnaires with veracity and objectivity. Ensuring that staff recruitment is based on ability and not on political affinities or family ties. Refraining from participating in decision making when the interests converge directly or indirectly with personal or partisan interests, or ones that involve benefits to associated third parties.

    3.6. Horizontal vision and professionalism. Working in a culture of shared decisions; promoting horizontal management to ensure a good work environment, professional competence and the empowerment of workers.

    3.7. Training and self-demandingness. Encouraging continuous training and the exchange of best practices in collaboration between administrations, as well as in the ability to exchange data and to integrate and complement services. Innovation, excellence and modernization in administrative tasks must be encouraged.

    3.8. Determination and commitment. Believing in the capacity of constructive creativity and in the ethical dimension offered by transparency and good governance as a new working culture. Making a commitment to this conviction in day-to-day management, both in monitoring the protection of public goods and in promoting transformative action.

    3.9. Attention and service. Making an effort to limit bureaucracy in procedures in order to prioritize citizen service, accessibility and flexibility in procedures and information. Ensuring that existing services and programmes are not duplicated, and offering full cooperation with the local authorities and the various services of the Metropolitan Area.

    3.10. Courage and honesty. Protecting and respecting public servers who warn of risks of malfeasance or irregularities related to the Code of Ethics and Conduct, transferring the information to the Transparency Agency and channelling the decision making in order to resolve any incidents and determine their solution, including, if applicable, the right to rectification in case of possible violations of the right to honour.

    3.11. Confidentiality. Guaranteeing confidentiality and reservation in procedures that require it, prioritizing the right to privacy of workers and citizens, and observing secrecy and safekeeping in communications and documents that require them.

    3.12. Big data and use of technology. Refraining from using the data obtained by technological means or in the monitoring of electronic data in the Metropolitan Area in an interested or commercial way or one that is alien to the interest of the service.

    4. Involvement in transparency and good governance and collaboration with the Transparency Agency

    4.1. Availability and cooperation. Senior officials must show a collaborative attitude towards the Transparency Agency, as the body that guarantees the application of the Code of Ethics and Conduct, as well as towards the internal and external control services for compliance with this code, by delivering information and following the recommendations arising from the regulations regarding ​​transparency and good governance.

    4.2. Dissemination and training. Knowledge of this Code of Ethics and Conduct must be promoted through internal training, monitoring, and identification of any incidents that occur in its implementation. Application of the code by third parties that are related to the administration must be facilitated.

    4.3. Indemnity guarantee. Senior officials must be offered guarantees of confidentiality and protection against any pressures that may be placed on them to carry out acts that are incompatible with the Code of Ethics and Conduct and against any consequences of their warning of malfeasance. Senior officials must also offer such guarantees to their subordinates.

    4.4. Guarantee. The Metropolitan Transparency Advisory Council, a body of the Transparency Agency for discussion, deliberation and support, is constituted as means for resolving any doubts that may arise and for establishing the criteria for interpreting specific cases, as a non-binding tool for help, support, protection and control.

    4.5. Evaluation and monitoring. Senior officials must collaborate in the drafting of an annual report on compliance with the Code of Ethics and Conduct that will disseminate it and allow it to be evaluated by the Transparency Agency based on the indicators that are used in its external evaluation.

    4.6. Penalty system. Compliance with this code is linked to the penalty provision of Law 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance. Powers are granted to the Transparency Agency as the guarantee body for investigating and proposing disciplinary action. The president of the AMB is responsible for making decisions.

  • Declaration of adherence

    Declaration of adherence to the Code of Ethics and Conduct

    Document of adherence to the content of the Code of Ethics and Conduct for senior officials and management staff of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona and its associated entities

    The undersigned (...), who on the date (...) holds the position of (...) by virtue of [the appointment published in the Official Gazette of the Province of Barcelona dated (... )] ; [the corresponding employment contract entered into on the date (...)].

    I hereby declare as follows:

    I am aware of the content of the Code of Ethics and Conduct for senior officials and management staff of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona and its associated entities, approved by the Decision of the Metropolitan Council of 30 January 2018, and I adhere to in its entirety, including the questionnaire on conflicts of interest that forms part of it. I agree to facilitate the application of the code, and accept the principles of action on which it is based and all the obligations that are contained in it.

    In witness whereof, I sign it on the date and place stated below.

  • Questionnaire

    Questionnaire for the prevention of conflicts of interests of the Code of Ethics and Conduct for senior officials of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona and its associated entities

    Instructions

    This questionnaire, annexed to the Code of Ethics and Conduct for senior officials of the AMB and its associated entities , is the tool for early detection of any potential conflicts of interest so that the Transparency Agency can recommend appropriate measures to prevent them.

    Answering yes to any of the questions and declaring a potential interest does not necessarily presuppose the existence of a conflict of this nature, but provides the information necessary for detecting and preventing such conflicts.

    The data contained in this questionnaire must reflect the current situation, as well as that of the two years prior to the date of signing.

    You must answer all the questions in the following questionnaire, date and sign the document on the last page, and sign the rest of the pages in the margin.

    Identifying information of the declarant

    First and last name: ..................................................................................................................

    Workplace: ...............................................................................................................................

    Organization: ............................................................................................................................


    Questionnaire

    Economic interests

    1. Do you, or a member of your family up to the fourth degree of consanguinity or the third degree of affinity, have financial interests with a company that has in the past two years been a supplier of works, goods and services to the organization for which you work?

    Yes No

    If the answer is yes, please fill in the following information:

    First and last name of the affected person Name of the company with which he or she has an economic interest Description of the type of interest

    Professional activities

    2. Are you, or a member of your family up to the fourth degree of consanguinity or the third degree of affinity, a general manager or a member of a board of directors of a company that has in the past two years been a supplier of works, goods and services to the organization for which you work?

    Yes No

    If the answer is yes, please fill in the following information:

    First and last name of the person holding a position in a company supplying works, goods and services Company Position occupied by the person Consanguinity or relationship

    3. Do you, or a member of your family up to the fourth degree of consanguinity or the third degree of affinity, carry out any professional activity of consultancy, training, research or advice for a company that has in the past two years been a supplier of works, goods and services to the organization for which you work, or have any other work relationship with such a company for which you receive fees?

    Yes No

    If the answer is yes, please fill in the following information:

    First and last name of the person carrying out the professional activity Company Position occupied by the person Consanguinity or relationship

    Relationships with employees

    4. Is any member of your family, up to the fourth degree of consanguinity or third degree of affinity, a member of the corporation or staff at the service of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Barcelona or any of its related entities?

    Yes No

    If the answer is yes, please fill in the following information:

    First and last name of the person with whom you have a relationship Consanguinity or relationship Organization for which he or she works Workplace

    Final statements

    □ I declare that my statement of compatibilities and assets, deposited with the competent bodies, is up to date.

    □ If any personal, family, professional or business situation or circumstance arises that may involve any change in the answers to this questionnaire, I agree to provide notification of this fact and to sign a new questionnaire with the updated information.

    □ I agree that I will never directly or indirectly provide information that can favour a tenderer in procurement processes or a candidate in staff selection processes, nor will I carry out any action to influence the impartiality of these procedures.

    ........................................., ............ .................................. 20.......

    (place) (date) (month) (year)

    (signature)

    Glossary

    Family: Includes in all cases spouses or common-law partners and all relatives up to the fourth degree of consanguinity or the third degree of affinity: parents, parents-in-law, children, sons- and daughters-in law, grandparents, grandchildren, brothers and sisters, brothers- and sisters-in-law, great grandparents, uncles and aunts, nephews and nieces, great-grandchildren, and (only by consanguinity) cousins ​​and grandnephews and -nieces.

    Economic interests: In all cases these are understood to be bonds, shares, investments and other financial assets.

    Professional activities: A work relationship, consulting, training, research, advice, etc. for which fees are received.

    Competent bodies: It is the responsibility of the General Secretariat to manage and keep declarations of compatibility and of assets and interests, and that of the Transparency Agency to manage and keep adherences to the Code of Ethics and Conduct.

    Warning: Making false or fraudulent statements may be a criminal offence.

Law 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance.

Title V. Good governance

Chapter I. Code of conduct of senior officials

Article 54. Scope of application

1. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to senior government officials in the Administration of the Government of Catalonia, local government and other public organisations and institutions included in Article 3.1.

2. For the purposes of this title, the description of senior government officials is given in Article 4.2.

Article 55. Principles of action

1. The senior officials must act in accordance with the following ethical principles and codes of conduct:

a) Respect for the Constitution, the Statute of Autonomy and the principle of legality.

b) Respect for and protection of people's fundamental rights and freedoms and statutory rights.

c) Transparency of official activities, acts and decisions related to the management of public affairs they are entrusted with and their official agenda for the purposes of publicising the Register of interest groups established in Title IV.

d) Impartiality in decision-making, guaranteeing the necessary conditions for independent action which is not influenced by conflicts of interest.

e) Equal treatment of all people, avoiding any kind of discrimination and arbitrariness in decision-making.

f) Adjustment of the management and application of public resources to comply with budgetary legislation and with the purposes for which they were intended.

g) Accountability and responsibility for their own actions and those of the bodies they manage.

h) Full-time dedication to their position, in accordance with the provisions of the law on incompatibilities.

i) Performance of their duties for the exclusive benefit of the public interest, avoiding any activities that may enter into conflict with these interests.

j) The use of the information to which they have access through their position for the benefit of the public interest, without obtaining any kind of advantage for themselves or others.

k) A general and direct commitment to the quality of the services within their remit and compliance with users' rights.

l) Good faith.

m) The refusal of any valuable gift, favour or service they may be offered because of their position or which may compromise the execution of their duties.

n) The duty to abstain from interfering in the affairs of their jurisdiction when any of the cases of abstention established by Law should apply.

o) Maintain due reserve over the facts or information to which they have access as a result of exercising their powers.

2. The government administrations and bodies that fall within the scope of this Law must include in their contractual specifications and the rules for calls for subsidies or grants the ethical principles and rules of conduct to which the activities of contractors and beneficiaries must adapt, and must determine the outcome of a possible infringement of these principles.

3. The Government, local authorities and other public organisations and institutions included in Article 3.1 must draw up a code of conduct for their senior officials which specifies and outlines the principles of action referred to in Section 1, establishing additional principles, if necessary, and determining the consequences of infringing these principles, without prejudice to the penalty system established by this Law.

Article 56. Incompatibilities and declarations

1. Senior officials are subject to the system of incompatibilities and the obligation to declare activities, capital assets and interests established by specific legislation.

2. The Declaration of Interests Register is public. Access to registers containing declarations of capital assets and interests is governed by their specific regulations, notwithstanding the requirement for senior officials to make public a declaration regarding their financial assets, which does not have to include the location details or any other details which may be necessary to safeguard the privacy and security of the asset holders.

Article 57. Publicising the conditions of access

1. The Administration, public institutions and bodies included in Article 3.1 are required to publicise the criteria whereby a person is appointed to a senior position. For this purpose, the individual's curriculum must be made public showing the professional and technical merits of the person appointed.

2. Appointments to senior positions must be made in accordance with the criteria of professional competence from among people with the relevant qualifications and experience in positions of responsibility in public or private management.

The Code of ethics and conduct applies to persons in representative positions, all members of the Metropolitan Council, the senior officials and managers of the AMB and those of the associated entities that have a similar position.

Senior officers must adhere to the Code of ethics and conduct when they occupy their positions or join the organization; senior officials who are already members of the organization must adhere to it when it is approved. The following table shows the total numeral of charges that have adhere to the Code of ethics and conduct as the entity of reference in the mandate 2019-2023.

Number of senior officials of the AMB and of the entities linked that they have adhered* to the code of ethics according to entity of reference in the mandate 2019-2023

Group Total Adhered % adhesions
Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) 105 96 91%
Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) 48 45 94%
Institut Metropolità del Taxi (IMET) 11 10 91%
Institut Metropolità de Promoció de Sòl i Gestió Patrimonial (IMPSOL) 17 15 88%
AMB Informació i Serveis SA 7 5 71%
Institut d'Estudis Regionals i Metropolitans de Barcelona (IERMB) 17 14 82%
Consorci del Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola 21 15 71%
Consorci Ecoparc 4 20 11 55%
Consorci Besòs Tordera 13 11 85%
Consorci Metropolità de l'Habitatge 16 13 81%
Habitatge Metròpolis Barcelona 0 0 -
TOTAL 275 235 85%

Last update: 22/12/2022

(*)These data express the total number of senior officers forced by the Code of ethics (320). In occasions several charges are had by a same person.

(**) In process of identification of the senior officers

Since the content of the ethical Code, in his point 1, establishes that these adhesions are object of active publicity in the portal web, from the Agency of Transparency, formulated a query to the Catalan Authority of Data protection (APDCAT), with the object to value the possibility to publish in the corporate web the identification of the people adhered. The answer to this query as well as an explanation that realised of back form find in the following links:

Opinion CNS 3/2019 on the query formulated by a public entity in relation with the possibility to publish in the corporate web the information related with the adhesion to the Code of ethics and conduct and the questionnaire of conflicts of interest of the senior officials and managers of his entity and rest of entities linked [catalan version]

Explanation in relation with the opinion CNS 3/2019 [catalan version]


Reports on the management of potential conflicts of interest

Conflicts of interest in the era of transparency and good governance and the nature of the Transparency Agency as a metropolitan integrity body [in Catalan] Gemma Calvet Barot, Director of the AMB Transparency Agency [21/07/2020]

The management of conflicts of interest by the Transparency Agency, in accordance with the AMB's Code of Ethics and Conduct for Senior Officials, within the framework of integrity policies [in Spanish] David Velázquez Vioque [28/09/2020]

  • Historical

    Number of senior officials of the AMB and of the entities linked that they have adhered* to the code of ethics according to entity of reference in the mandate 2019-2023

    Group Adhered % adhesions
    Metropolitan Council 87 96%
    AMB senior officials 19 89%
    Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) 37 100%
    Institut Metropolità del Taxi (IMET) 11 91%
    Institut Metropolità de Promoció de Sòl i Gestió Patrimonial (IMPSOL) 14 87%
    AMB Informació i Serveis SA 4 66%
    Institut d'Estudis Regionals i Metropolitans de Barcelona (IERMB) 14 82%
    Consorci del Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola 19 82%
    Consorci Ecoparc 4 11 55%
    Consorci Besòs Tordera 11 84%
    Consorci Metropolità de l'Habitatge 11 78%
    REGESA ** **
    TOTAL 235 73%

    Last update: 12/01/2022

    (*)These data express the total number of senior officers forced by the Code of ethics (320). In occasions several charges are had by a same person.

    (**) In process of identification of the senior officers


    Number of senior officials of the AMB and of the entities linked that they have adhered* to the code of ethics according to entity of reference in the mandate 2019-2023

    Group Adhered % adhesions
    Metropolitan Council 81 90%
    AMB senior officials 17 100%
    Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) 34 100%
    Institut Metropolità del Taxi (IMET) 10 90%
    Institut Metropolità de Promoció de Sòl i Gestió Patrimonial (IMPSOL) 14 82%
    AMB Informació i Serveis SA 4 80%
    Institut d'Estudis Regionals i Metropolitans de Barcelona (IERMB) 14 82%
    Consorci del Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola 18 78%
    Consorci Ecoparc 4 10 45%
    Consorci Besòs Tordera 9 69%
    Consorci Metropolità de l'Habitatge ** **
    REGESA ** **

    Last update: 22/04/2021

    (*)These data express the total number of senior officers forced by the Code of ethics. In occasions several charges are had by a same person.

    (**) In process of identification of the senior officers


    Number of charges of the AMB and of the entities linked that they have adhered to the code of ethics according to entity of reference in the mandate 2015-2019

    Entity Signatories No signatories
    Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) 12 22
    Metropolitan Council 59 33
    Institut Metropolità del Taxi (IMET) 8 2
    Institut Metropolità de Promoció de Sòl i Gestió Patrimonial (IMPSOL) 6 0
    Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) 36 7
    AMB Informació i Serveis SA 0 2
    Institut d'Estudis Regionals i Metropolitans de Barcelona (IERMB) 11 4
    Consorci del Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola 24 23
    Consorci Besòs Tordera 3 8
    Consorci Ecoparc 4 7 9
    TOTAL 166 110

    Last update: 04/06/2019

    (*)These data express the total number of charges forced by the Code of ethics. In occasions several charges are had by a same person.

Publication of the Code of Ethics and Conduct