Bruno Fagali is one of the Brazilian lawyers keen on making an impact in the legal system. He is well versed with Administrative Law as he has practised this for quite sometime. He recently established Fagali Advocacy to offer more services to his growing client base. His firm specialises in a number of fields including election law, compliance law and anti-corruption law.
As corruption cases escalated in his home country, Bruno Fagali was keen to point that corporate players need to do more than just comply to set out regulations. He believes that compliance programs would lose value if they are upheld just to earn certificates. The bureaucracy stunts that firms display have done little to help the situation.
Regulators are looking to roll out continuous monitoring strategies to bring a lasting solution. The strategies are aimed at refining any discrepancies found in different companies consistently. The Integrity Program would pay dividends if it brings together all the facets of the company according to the attorney.
In 2017, the stage was set for companies to embrace and move towards real transformation. Fagali insists that firms should continue to remind their members to keep in mind the new guidelines as they conduct business. The top management should also offer the necessary support if any real progress is to be achieved.
He further stated that the profile of the company should be kept in mind as adjustments are made. Companies are structured differently. What works for one may be counterproductive for another.
Other than his law firm, Nova/SB also enjoy his stellar services as a Corporate Integrity Manager. He joined them in 2015 after enjoying successful stints at numerous other law firms including Rudi, Calli and Associates. Fagali is a graduate of the PUC-Sao Paulo University where he studied law.He would later specialise in Administrative Law at the same institution.
As his career grew, he went ahead and pursued a masters program in State Law at the University of Sao Paulo. He gained considerable experience from the Getulio Vargas Foundation which he volunteered for during school days.
The Brazilian attorney continues to make headlines as he works to cause a difference with his set of skills and expertise. His colleagues attest of his diligence in service delivery and more is yet to come from the fast-rising lawyer.