Securus Technologies has acquired over 20 subsidiaries in the past decade, so the move they announced in early January should not come as a surprise. The company announced that they have acquired payment processor, GovPayNet, and the terms of the deal were undisclosed. The move creates momentum in the payment processing sector for Securus, who is estimated to now have the capability to process over 40 million payments on an annual basis. The move coincides with the company’s 2015 deal made to buy JPay. Mark MacKenzie is the CEO of GovPayNet and he looks forward to combining forces with JPay to provide a better quality product for their over 2,300 customers. The company was formed in 1997 and has over 20 years of experience working with a number of local governments in 35 states.
Securus Technologies is based in Dallas, Texas and is considered to be the leading provider of inmate technology-base products in North America. They wholly-own over 20 subsidiaries that provide thousands of products to over 3,500 correctional facilities and local law enforcement agencies in the United States and Mexico. They provide biometric analysis, cellular phone blocking technology, inmate self-services, parolee tracking, and more. Founded in 1986, the company has over 1,300 employees in four locations in Texas and Georgia.
Bruno Fagali, of the FAGALI advocacy, worked for New/sb, a company belonging to Bob Vieira. While working for Bob, he was mandated with ensuring all practices of the company are above board. Bob realized that most cases of corruption and malpractices would happen on companies inadvertently. He chose to hire Bruno to ensure that all practices in the company were legal.
New/sb in the hands of Bruno created a code of conduct which was to be followed by employees to avoid corruption problems. At the same time, New/sb came up with an employee ethics committee to oversee all ethics matters regarding its employees. CGU and New/sb come together to fight corruption. The company presented its code of conduct to CGU thereby becoming the first company to make such a bold move. CGU which is Brazil’s organ of transparency excited to report New/sb’s commitment to anti corruption.
Fagali advocacy looks to use the knowledge of its team to deliver client satisfaction at all times. The company specializes in Compliance, advertising and electoral law. It also engages in anti-corruption law, public law and parliamentary law as well. With FAGALI Advocacy, clients are guaranteed committed and personalized service. The company is all about offering the best legal service to clients and making them feel appreciated and their problems well and truly sorted out. The company therefore offers differentiated legal services to clients who feel they are different and require to be thus treated.
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About Corporate Integrity
The management of the corporate integrity program has been entrusted to Bruno Fagali. His zero tolerance on corruption and unethical manners resulted to his appointment in this capacity. There are training groups put in place to facilitate the activities of the program. Some of these groups are established in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janiero.
The FAGALI advocacy was started by Bruno and other associates. Bruno has a master’s degree in law. He went to USP where he graduated. His area of specialization is electoral law. He is also an authority in administrative and compliance and public law. Brunos’s first degree was acquired from PUC. His standing in Brazil also promotes him to coordinate ethics matters in advertising courtesy of the Brazil Institute of Business Law and Ethics.
Bruno Fagali is an attorney from Brazil. He Studied ‘Bachelor of Law’ degree at the University of São Paulo. He proudly possesses a ‘Masters in Law’ degree from São Paulo. He specialized in Administrative Law. Fagali founded his own firm, named “Fagali Advocacia.” In addition to owning his own firm, he also fulfills the position of ‘corporate integrity manager’ for Nova/SB. Bruno Fagali is able to speak four languages.