Organization and Compliance Advisory Services

Organization and Compliance Advisory Services

In recent years, the banking market has undergone deep changes resulting from continuous development in the relevant legislation and from a deep systemic crisis, which is still continuing combined with the present recessive phase that is expected to be a long-term one.

Cedacri Information System is structured based on well-designed parametrization possibilities, which can be dynamically and continuously extended to meet, adequately and effectively, different organization requirements of the Customer Banks and to provide high responsiveness to any changes in the scenario.

In the financial services market, where effectiveness and efficiency, reengineering of processes, cost management and regulatory compliance have become binding on banks, which makes the management of the individual banks' operating organization choices critical and, concomitantly, generating a significant impact, Cedacri Organization Advisory Services are designed to facilitate the Banks' organization control and to provide support in managing the adjustment of processes/procedures to regulatory developments.

This support is provided through a service model that allows the Banks to focus on core activities, keeping control of governance and steering functions and using control tools for the management of the main operating aspects. The service is intended to:

  • support the Banks by developing a platform that integrates IT services and operating/organization control tools
  • facilitate efficient use of the Information System provided by Cedacri, steering the Banks' internal efficiency-enhancing actions
  • provide reference models for the organization management of the Banks, which are optimized on Cedacri platforms


  • Reference operating models that are efficient and managed through well-tested methods that are also continually aligned with the best practices of the community consisting in the Banks that are Cedacri system users
  • Work methods and service models that are structured and optimized, with limited requirements in terms of in-house resources and skills and with subsequent reduction in operating expenses
  • Increase in the quality of control on mandatory regulatory compliance (within the scope of the instructions issued by supervisory bodies which foster a structured and specialist approach to compliance management)
  • Ensured consistency between information system setting and reference internal regulations, as well as time continuity:
    - Alignment of the internal regulatory framework to the organization choices made
    - Increase in the effectiveness of the Bank's internal control tools