Bruno Fagali, the Corporate Integrity Manager of nova / sb, is helping the firm in transparency drive, and that translates into innovation in the advertisement industry. As a leading advertising company in Brazil, nova / sb thinks that each of its public law contracts should be without any scandal or public scrutiny. It further understands that the integrity drive inside the organization would help it to earn the credibility of the clients and gain the confidence and support the public law. Due to the fact that majority of the agency’s contracts are from governmental bodies and international organizations such as World Health Organization, Food and Agricultural Organization, and more, nova / sb thinks that the integrity program would be a mandatory requirement in the industry in the coming years due to public uproar.
In nova / sb, Bruno Fagali created an employee ethics committee. He also initiated an action plan for treating both employees and members alike. Fagali also implemented a corporate integrity program and training for the employees in its Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Brasília offices. Interestingly, Bruno Fagali is appointed for 36 months, and he cannot be fired during the period. This condition is to ensure that he can implement his action plans without any hindrance. Fagali also worked with law enforcement system and the agency’s working pattern for setting strict measures that are compliant with the law. He created a compliance code, released it to the employees, and provided additional training to ensure that all the employees are sticking to management vision.
Apart from working with nova / sb, Bruno Fagali is also the founder Bruno Fagali own law firm, FAGALI advocacy. He has almost a decade of experience in expert legal services, and he is specialized in Anti-Corruption Law, Compliance, Ethics, Advertising Law, Administrative Law, Parliamentary and Electoral Law, Urban Law, and Regulatory Law.
Bruno Fagali completed his Law graduation from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and currently, continuing his master’s in State Law from the University of São Paulo. He also completed a specialization in Administrative Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo.