Bruno Fagali’s Advice To All Compliance Departments

Bruno Fagali is Brazil’s top compliance and ethics lawyer. He achieved his reputation by his uncompromising and strict principles to abide by the law. Bruno Fagali is incorruptible and dedicates himself to his clients cause.

He is currently the Corporate Integrity Manager for Nova/SB and practices law at his own firm, which he founded in 2016. In just over a year, Bruno Fagali has created a dedicated and professional team of advocates to lead his nation to a better future. Brazil’s legal system and the nations integrity has been affected by years of corruption and scandal, which Bruno and his team hope to change.

Bruno graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Law from Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo in 2009, specialized his profession in 2012 with a degree in administrative law and finally received his masters in State law from the University of Sao Paulo in 2017. His impressive educational background and legal experience can be seen with his meticulous attention to detail of each and every client.

As Bruno Fagali and his team attempt to improve Brazil’s reputation for being a nation of integrity, honesty and commitment he states in one of Fagali Advocacia’s press releases that the habits of advertisers and advertising agencies may hinder the process of improving the compliance standards of these firms. The more investigations and law suits involving advertising agencies has led to an increase in ethics and integrity programs, but loopholes are quickly found and exploited.

Bruno Fagali states that it is the middlemen or intermediate organizations that create the problems. Bruno Fagali explains the “red flags” that he tries to find when investigating anti-corruption cases. Firstly, advertising agencies use intermediates that can complicate transactions and discover loopholes. Other loopholes and unethical behavior involve changing campaigns by receiving commissions, conducting anti-competitive practices that indirectly influence others, offering gifts or other such unethical behavior, which can be seen as bribes and finally external services and supply fees are usually not paid even though it is legally required. All of these actions and behaviors that were once considered normal and legal and continue to take place are all the responsibility of the company’s integrity department. It is important for compliance departments to establish rules of conduct before any transactions, mergers or business conduct of any kind takes place.

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