Bruno Fagali graduated in law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo – PUC/SP. He later when on to become an authority in Administrative Law by FGV-GVlaw and PUC-Cogeae. He is also an Ace in Law of the State by the Faculty of Law of USP. Legal counselor acting in Compliance and in the admonitory and hostile zones of Public and Anti-Debasement Law, with unique accentuation on issues including offering law, managerial contracts, administrative law, urban law, regulatory improbity activities, authoritative and common risk forms emerging from Law 12.846/2013 (“Anti-Corruption Law”), well known activities, open common activities, confiscation activities, orders and so forth. Notwithstanding own office.
Bruno Fagali currently fills in as the Corporate Integrity Manager of the new/sb (promoting organization represented considerable authority out in the open intrigue correspondence). Powerful partner of IBDEE – Brazilian Institute of Law and Corporate Ethics and individual from the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics – SCCE.
Bruno Fagali is at the forefront of anti-corruption scandals. Monthly, Acronym and Lava-Jet are three of the biggest corruption scandals have Investigated in Brazil. They have one characteristic in common among others: They all involve fraud by advertising agencies. As a result of this and the promulgation in 2013 of the so-called Anti-Corruption Law, Bruno Fagali began to realize the need to Implement anti-corruption compliance programs (also called “Corporate integrity programs”). But, in order for this program not to become, a “pseudo-program of Integrity,” Bruno Fagali feels it is imperative that a complete risk analysis be carried out. Through this examination is that the agency can identify “red flags,” i.e., subjects or operations where unethical conduct is more propitious to happen. It is with the “network Flags “that compliance should take special care. These skillsets have enabled Bruno Fagali to become one of the most respected lawyers in the country.