Bruno Fagali has a law firm in Sao Paulo, Brazil, named Fagali Advocacy. He takes on cases that are involved in areas of the law like compliance, election law, advertising law, parliamentary law, and public law among other specialties. He earned his MSc in Administrative law from the University Of Sao Paulo Law School. In addition to managing his own law firm he also has worked for Nova/SB for the past few years as their corporate integrity manager. He was also the coordinator for the commission on “Ethics and Advertising Agencies” for the Brazilian Institute of Business Law and Ethics.
In recent years combatting corruption has been a big focus of the Brazilian federal government. They passed an Anticorruption Law which businesses have to be in compliance with. Bruno Fagali says that compliance is such an important issue in Brazil that most of that nation’s MBA programs are making teaching about it one of their focuses. He says that these types of courses can definitely help future business people learn about the challenges of compliance and why it is so critical of a thing for them to be addressing.
The reason for the focus on compliance is that corruption scandals have been erupting on a regular basis in Brazil over the past few years. Bruno Fagali says that one in-depth study, the Deloitte audit study, delved into efforts at companies to limit fraud and corruption. The study looked at 100 companies in different sectors of the economy, and of different sizes, to see how they were addressing anti-corruption measures. He says that this study shows that 73% of these companies are now putting place formal anti-corruption initiatives, something that only 59% of companies were doing the last time this study was conducted two years ago.
All this being said, Bruno Fagali says that the Deloitte study also shows that efforts in regards to anti-corruption still need to be beefed up at most businesses. He says that less than half of the companies looked at in this study have raised their efforts in this regard up into the good or optimal levels of risk management.
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Ryan Seacrest has totally changed the culture of hosting in television. He is someone that has made a name for himself, and he has also been able to help a lot of others along the way.
When shows like “Live” where Kelly Ripa needed a co-host to revive her program Ryan Seacrest that would come to her rescue. She already knew his work because he had quite an extensive resume for hosting red carpet events and the “American Idol” show. It would make him an easy fit for a personality like the one that Kelly Ripa had.
After working for years under his mentor Dick Clark Ryan Seacrest would also find himself hosting shows that were previously part of the Dick Clark network. This is another place where Ryan Seacrest manage to fill in the gap in a place where so many people were wondering how events that were hosted by Dick Clark would carry on after his passing.
Ryan Seacrest has even been able to manage his current schedule of morning talk show host along with his hosting abilities with “American Idol.” Even when he is doing shows on a different coast than where he lives Ryan still finds the time to make it happen. This is a true part of the showmanship that was evident with Ryan Seacrest as he managed to carve out a niche for himself as one of the most prolific hosting talents in Hollywood.
Seacrest would also find himself in a place where he was producing shows as well. This would be another thing that will lend itself to a talent pool where Seacrest could show that he was able to juggle multiple jobs at one time.
Ryan, producer and radio show host, has consistently proven himself to be a person that can be counted on regardless of the challenge that may be in place. He attributes this to his hard work ethic and his early morning rising as he gets his day started. He is a man that knows just how well he can perform at peak levels if he is focused on what he needs to get done. You can read more about Ryan on Facebook and Twitter.
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