How Bruno Fagali Addresses Legal Issues In Brazil

 

Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian lawyer who has established his own law firm, Fagali Advocacia. The law firm was created in July 2016 and it is located in Sao Paulo. At his firm Bruno Fagali focuses on compliance, urban law, regulatory law, and administrative law, and ethics. He has 11 years of experience in the legal industry and has worked for a couple of law firms before deciding to open his own practice. He is also the Corporate Integrity Manager for Nova/SB, an advertising company that he joined in December 2015.

At Fagali Advocacia, Bruno Fagali has built a team that has deep knowledge about the legal issues that face its clients. Two of the areas that he concentrates on are Anti-Corruption Law and Electoral Law. Bruno Fagali wants to make sure that government and businesses are free of the corrosive effect of corruption by creating systems that ensure ethical compliance and/or detect unethical conduct when it arises. This is a large problem in many countries, especially Brazil.

Ethics and social responsibility are key issues that Bruno Fagali and his team at Fagali Advocacia strive to address. They work with the Brazilian Institute of Law and Business Ethics in order to show the firm’s high commitment to addressing corruption. Bruno Fagali also created the Festa da União. This is an organization that he created in order to publicize the work of non-governmental organizations and the good they achieve for others. This organization uses social networks to spread positive information about those organizations that are effective in the mission they are trying to accomplish and do so in a financially responsible way.https://twitter.com/brunofagalipr

After Deservedly Getting to the Top of Bradesco Seven Years Ago, Luiz Carlos Trabuco is Now Consistently Delivering

 

It is often said that getting to the top is easy while remaining there is the hard part. Nowhere saying manifested better than in the business world. We have seen companies valued at billions of dollars fall into liquidation within only a few years. While such incidences have been difficult to witness, they have also enabled us to develop a greater appreciation for the businesses that have consistently remained at the top. One such business is Brazilian bank, Bradesco. For the past seven decades, the bank has formed part of the crème in the Brazilian banking industry. Looking forward, the bank’s continued stay at the top is almost guaranteed, thanks to the strategic management of current president, Luiz Carlos Trabuco. Having been with the bank for close to five decades now, his loyalty and consistent performance have not escaped the attention of many in the country.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco and Bradesco have always shared a bond that goes beyond the employer-employee relationship. The bank was launched by its founder, Amador Aguiar in 1943 in the small city of Marilia. Eight years later, in 1951, Luiz Carlos Trabuco was born in the same city. The year of his birth coincidentally turned out to be the same year Bradesco became the largest private bank in the country – much later, Luiz Carlos Trabuco would become the bank’s president in the same year it lost this number one spot. The paths of the two then crossed in 1969, when an 18-year old Luiz Carlos Trabuco was employed as a clerk at Bradesco’s branch in the city where they shared their origins, Marilia.

However, contrary to what has constantly been reported, the primary motivation for acquiring HSBC was not to chase down Itau Unibanco. Rather, Luiz Carlos Trabuco signed off on it because it made great financial sense to Bradesco. While reclaiming the number one spot would bring great pride to Bradesco, a bank has to look after the interest of its stakeholders first. The acquisition greatly accelerated the bank’s growth. Among the gains, it made from the deal was the addition of approximately one million high-value clients (individuals receiving in excess of R$10,000 a month) to its books.

The purchase of HSBC by Bradesco also revealed a high degree resoluteness in the bank’s culture that Luiz Carlos Trabuco has helped to maintain. Ironically, a decade prior, it was HSBC Brazil that was considering acquiring Bradesco. However, unlike its foreign competitor, Bradesco had greater belief in the Brazilian financial sector despite a few tumulus years and consequently managed to come out on top. With Luiz Carlos Trabuco being in charge of the bank during the 2008/2009 global financial crisis and the 2015/2016 economic recession in the country, most of the plaudits for Bradesco pulling through these testing periods unscathed and turning the tables on HSBC has to go to him.https://g1.globo.com/economia/negocios/noticia/sucessao-no-conselho-do-bradesco-foi-um-ato-planejado-diz-trabuco.ghtml

Traditionally, Bradesco has been known for looking after its own. After the HSBC acquisition, Luiz Carlos Trabuco ensured the continuity of this tradition by retaining most of the employees previously working for HSBC. In the past, the practice of retaining employees of the banks it purchases has paid significant dividends for Bradesco. For example, Bradesco’s third president and Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s predecessor, Marcio Cypriano joined the bank in 1973 after it acquired Banco da Bahia. In the medium to long-term, retaining these employees will be greatly beneficial to the bank as it will bring in fresh ideas and also foster competition. As per Luiz Carlos Trabuco himself, “it is an intangible gain of the purchase.”

Why You Need A Proficient Lawyer

Are you facing a tough legal battle in Brazil? Looking for a competent lawyer to represent you and help get you the best result available in your case? If you need quality legal advice or guidance, it is important to find a reputable lawyer. Dealing with legal issues can be very stressful and frustrating, and a competent lawyer can help get you out of the situation. Whether you are going through a business dispute or you are dealing with a personal legal matter, you need to hire a good lawyer.

There are many lawyers in Brazil to choose from, but you shouldn’t hire someone without knowing about their background. Not all lawyers created equal, so find a lawyer who has great expertise in the type of legal matter you are facing. Research is absolutely necessary if you are serious about getting the best representation available.

Choose a lawyer who is well known for working hard for his or her clients, that way you can be sure you will get the best possible representation. It is extremely important to choose a lawyer you can work well with. Many lawyers offer a free consultation, so by taking advantage of a free consultation you will have a chance to meet with your potential lawyer and find out his or her style of practice.

Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho comes highly recommended in Brazil. He specializes in business and corporate law litigation and has great experience in the field. Ricardo Tosto is considered one of the most prominent legal litigation experts in Brazil, with numerous satisfied clients. With over 22 years of experience in Brazilian Law, Ricardo Tosto is well qualified to provide you with top notch representation in your case.

Ricardo Tosto believes understanding and transparency are essential for successful relationships. He makes clients’ interest and well being a top priority and takes the time to listen to his clients. Ricardo Tosto has superior skills when it comes to high profile cases and has helped numerous clients resolve cases others consider extremely difficult to handle.