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Bruno Fagali’s Quest To Enhance Integrity In The Corporate World

Bruno Fagali is a popular legal practitioner in Brazil. He is the founder and owner of FAGALI Advocacy, a law firm that specializes in ethics, compliance, administrative law, regulatory law, and urban law. The firm’s main offices are in Sao Paulo.

Bruno Fagali graduated with a law degree from Pontifica Catholic University of Sao Paulo in 2009. He furthered his studies by completing a master’s degree in progress in state law from University of Sao Paulo. He acquired practical experience from working in law firms such as Manesco, Ramires, Azevedo Marques Law Firm and Radi, Calil and Associados advocacia, and Perez, among others. The work experience acquired enabled him to open his law firm in 2014. Bruno Fagali is also the corporate integrity manager of Nova/sb, a top Brazilian advertisement agency.

Bruno Fagali is not only a competent attorney but is also fluent in English and Spanish. Such attributes help him relate well with his clients. His expertise also makes him one of the most sought after attorneys in the corporate world. He not only offers legal counsel but is also an advocate of integrity. His main aim is to clean up the corruption scandals affiliated with public funds. He has enacted several measures that have proved effective in cleaning up the system. His focus is mainly on departments that receive government contracts.

With the media exposing more cases of corruption scandals, Bruno’s works and views have attracted the attention of many stakeholders in the war against corruption. His work is focused on enhancing transparency and integrity in the corporate world. His desire to see a more transparent corporate world also inspired him to work as the corporate integrity manager of Nova/sb. The advertisement firm gets many advertisement campaigns from government agencies and prominent organizations such as the International Labor Organization. He is tasked with the duty of training the agency’s employees on integrity issues. He has also helped the agency to create an ethics committee. Bruno Fagali is also a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.

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