Learn How To Make Compliance Meaningful With Bruno Fagali

Bruno Fagali has built an excellent reputation since he began working in the field of Administrative Law, Parliamentary Law, and State Law. He has a lot of legal experience as he started working with various law firms in 2006.

He currently oversees his agency, the FAGALI Advocacy, where he practices as an independent Business Law expert. Mr. Bruno Fagali also works for Nova/SB as the Corporate Integrity Manager as well as S2 Consulting associate as legal adviser. Bruno holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and Specialization in Administrative Law from the Pontifical Catholic University in São Paulo, Brazil. Later on, Bruno enrolled for his MA in State Law in the University of São Paulo.

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Bruno Fagali believes that fulfilling an obligation is not enough for labeling an entity compliant. Bruno was referring to the arguments of Renato Almeida dos Santo when he talked about corporate governance and compliance, and his focus is on the recent widespread scandals in organizations. He says that scandals arise when companies treat their legislative requirements as mere obligations. According to Bruno, people lose the essence of the subject when they put much of their focus on the compliance checklist.

Companies often don’t consider the spirit of compliance when they rush to meet the Anti-Corruption Law requirements, which are predetermined. A change of culture must be permanent for it to be meaningful, and it should not be viewed as a bureaucratic issue. The compliance topic may soon be replaced by other guidelines, which will prompt companies to create ongoing monitoring strategies to enhance their Corporate Integrity Program. Moreover, there will also be a need to develop mechanisms for identifying weak points and design mechanisms to improve and update them.

Bruno Fagali argues that companies need to free themselves from malice and integrate the Integrity Programs to their routines to maximize their success. That will allow departments such as the accounting, legal, internal audits, and human resources to connect with each other seamlessly. Finally, Bruno underscores the importance of irregularity prevention strategies, elaborating the company’s policies, and observing the code of ethics and conduct.

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