Monitoring of qualitative data in Resoluion Planning

Roberto Fasano

In this whitepaper you will find:

  • Regulatory framework
  • Reporting obligations and perimeter
  • Interconnections between CFR, FMIR, and CIR
  • The main operational requirements of regulatory compliance
  • CFR, FMIR, CIR Business Contents
  • Advantages and strengths of the Irion solution




Monitoring of qualitative data in Resoluion Planning

The context

In addition to the reports regarding the structure of liabilities, the banks must also provide various, mainly qualitative, information on Resolution Plans concerning CFR, FMIR, and CIR. Despite the distinct information characteristics of the reporting groups, a more careful analysis reveals a dense network of relationships that connects entities from different templates. This feature clearly expresses the need to create a coherent and consistent framework of reference, albeit structured in separate in-depth guidelines, each with specific purposes.

Roberto Fasano

Roberto Fasano
Irion Principal Business Consultant

About the Author

Roberto’s experience in financial consulting started in 2000 when he became a functional analyst for an IBM group company.

In 2004, he switched to CPM, working closely on management control, balance, and consolidated supervisory reporting and focusing on Data Integration aspects.

He assumes growing responsibilities both in the role of a Senior Project Manager and as a Coordinator of a team of consultants for the banking and insurance markets. In 2016, Roberto enhanced his international experience by guiding the development of new IFRS 9 and IFRS 17 solutions.

Roberto joined Irion’s Consulting & Solutions department in September 2018. He contributes to the development of regulatory reporting solutions, following their functional analysis and presales phases.

Since 2022, Roberto has joined the Market & Data Management Advisory team. Here, he contributes to the projects in Finance through his expertise in Business. Moreover, Roberto manages the market observatory focusing on the updates in regulatory requirements in Banking and Insurance.

He participates in the initiatives regarding the WorkStream on Testing the BIRD (Banks’ Integrated Reporting Dictionary) project, launched by ECB to support the European supervisory intermediaries in fulfilling statistical and regulatory reporting requirements.