In 2015, Brazil’s shopping centers witnessed an increase of roughly 6.5% in building development, this was during an economic crisis the country recently faced. The turnout for these malls and shopping centers that continue to grow are ultimately helping their economy. One of these centers is the well-known Manaira Shopping and is the largest one of five commercial centers located in Brazil’s Joao Pessoa, Paraiba. The owner and founder of Manaira Shopping, Roberto Santiago is an astute businessman that wholeheartedly believes in this shopping sector’s area of development. Shopping centers located in the Northeast Brazilian regions have to always stay on trend and reinvent themselves if they want to continue to prosper.
The Roberto Santiago Manaira Shopping Mall base has an area of over 135,000 square meters with a parking space that can hold up to 3,180 vehicles. The view is gorgeous, it overlooks the Jacare beach. With a humongous shopping center at hand, you can bet that it houses plenty of entertainment. The center is packed with 11 movie theaters, gaming zones with an electric bowling alley, kid zones, garden, spas, salons, shopping malls, top quality themed restaurants, a banquet hall and so much more. There are three state-of-the-art 3D theaters where the attendees can interact in rooms with 3D technology. The center’s Domus Hall is located on the rooftop and is a fully air-conditioned concert hall with a capacity of 8,000 people. The food court has gourmet themed restaurants that attract thousands each year. The Capital Steak House is a favorite amongst the locals and tourists.
Roberto Santiago is an entrepreneur and businessman that was born on February 16, 1978, in Joao Pessoa. He is the founder and owner of two large shopping centers located in the heart of his homeland, the Manaira Shopping Mall and the Mangeira Shopping Mall. Santiago went to school at the Marista Pio X College in Brazil, achieving his master’s degree. Later, he acquired an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University Center of Joao Pessoa. Santiago always dreamed of purchasing a plot of land to develop a center that could be a huge haven for the locals of his place of birth. In the year of 1989, he would construct the Manaira Shopping Mall that held the largest jewelry base during that time. This construction took almost two years to complete and there will always be plans in the future for more expansion as new innovative ideas roll in. Roberto Santiago loves his homeland and built his shopping centers in hopes to increase the economy of Joao Pessoa. To his success, the Brazilian region where his centers lay are seeing a positive increase of economic and social activities to this day.
Bruno Jorge Fagali is an experienced Sao Paulo-based attorney. Through FAGALI Advocacy, Bruno handles some of the most complicated litigation processes involving Administrative Law, Regulatory Law, and Urban Law. Bruno Fagali is a household name, owing it to the fact that he has made key contributions towards the eradication of corruption in Brazil.
Education & Experience
Bruno Fagali’s legal expertise has earned him senior roles in both private and government organizations within Brazil. The Brazilian Institute of Business Law and Ethics (IBDEE) hired him as the effective associate of its Ethics Committee agency. He also doubles up as the coordinator of IBDEE’s Advertising Agency. The new/sb, another ad agency in Brazil, has Bruno as its corporate integrity manager. As a Compliance and Ethics attorney, he belongs to the Society of Compliance and Ethics (SCE).
Bruno Fagali’s academic excellence was the prerequisite of his professional excellence. He is a Master’s of Law degree holder from the Universidade de Sao Paulo’s School of Law. The master’s degree was preceded by a bachelor’s degree in law at Pontifical Catholic University’s Faculty of Law. Bruno perfected his legal expertise by pursuing short graduate courses. He sharpened his Corporate Law and Compliance Law skills at GVlaw.
The new/sb Corporate Integrity Program
As the corporate integrity manager of the new/sb, Bruno Fagali helped the ad agency to design and implement an Anti-corruption Law compliant code of conduct in May 2016. The company also initiated a Corporate Integrity Program, in line with its commitment to integrity and transparency. This was a major achievement by both Bruno and the firm, as it became the first and only ad agency in Brazil to comply with the General Comptroller of the Union (GCU) regulations.
With the Corporate Integrity Program, new/sb had to train its staff on how the program operates. Bruno Fagali was given the responsibility of training staff from Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro offices.
Luciano Lossio is high caliber public figure with an impressive record. In 1999 she earned her Law Degree from the University Center of Brasilia, and in the same year she received approval of the Bar Association of Brazil. Although her education focused on Electoral Law, she later received graduate degrees in Civil Procedure, Constitutional and Civil Laws.
Luciana made a historical achievement in 2011, when she became the first woman appointed to the position of Substitute Minister of the Superior Electoral Court. Luciana has earned both the respect and regard of her peers and the public, by maintaining legislative decisions that remain within her moral obligations and are always in accordance with current laws.
In her spare time, Luciana spends her time developing her equestrian skills. As in her professional career, her dedication to the sport has propelled her notoriety in the arena. She has taken the reigns of her prized mare “Nakita” and earned the the title of Brazilian Champion of the Amateur Jump. Luciana overpowered forty other competitors to take this title. Lucianas riding skills are becoming world renown, as she has started competing in international arenas.
We are in a pivotal political time, around the globe. Luciana understands this and she has demonstrated her professional abilities and commitment in everything she does. She has the ability to handle complex situations, the prowess to navigate within the parameters of the law and fortitude to maintain her integrity to her constituents.
2016 will be the year Luciana Lossio takes her place as a new minister, on the seven member Superior Electoral Tribunal. In doing so, she is raising the hopes of her fellow Brazilians, that the end of government corruption is in sight. Luciana has a proven track record of public rectitude and high personal standards of morality. She is setting new standards and realigning the ambitions of public servitude.
The next year should be interesting as Luciana transitions into her role and begins making impacts on legislation and electoral standards.