The Brazilian government has been accused of corrupt practices during contract awards. To enhance its image and increase public confidence, the Brazilian government started a campaign to enhance transparency and accountability.
Bruno Fagali played an important role in the advert firm. Other than the code of conduct, he implemented an integrity program and formed an ethics committee made up of employees. In addition, he developed a policy to treat the customers and employees alike.
Implementing such changes in an established organization requires an overhaul of the existing systems and procedures, and this could flip the fortunes of the organization.
The lawyer completed his Bachelors of Law degree at the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo in 2009. He advanced his education and gained specialization in administrative law from the same institution. He later took Masters of State Law at the University of Sao Paulo.
He worked at Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques Law Firm and Radi, Calil, and Associados advocacia law firms. He began his career by dealing with domestic violence, consumer law, and family law.
He later decided to follow his passion for becoming a public contract advisor. He continues to excel in this field especially now that compliance and public good continue to be adulterated in the country.
Bruno Fagali is a much sought-after lawyer because he is a fluent speaker of French, English, Spanish, and Portuguese languages. This makes him able to address issues in front of a diverse range of audience.
This has given him the chance to be a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance.
Nova/sb achieved full compliance with the Brazilian Ministry of Transparency, Supervision and Control guidelines. This, however, could not be possible if Bruno Fagali was not a person of integrity.
He has, therefore, made a mark in Brazil by assisting the government to eradicate corruption and enhance transparency in public contracts.