Intesa Sanpaolo applies AI for regulatory analysis

The image accompanying the News on the use of AI for regulatory analysis, which will make the processes of defining the Group's Regulatory Agenda more efficient and faster, portrays a man and a woman side by side as they carefully observe the screen a PC. She points to something on the screen with one hand, he holds a pair of glasses in one hand.

Intesa Sanpaolo continues to adopt innovative artificial intelligence solutions and becomes the first European bank to also use AI for regulatory analysis.

In collaboration with the Italian start-up Aptus.AI – one of the world's leading reg-tech companies – Intesa Sanpaolo will adopt a new operating model that will make the processes of setting the Group's Regulatory Agenda more efficient and faster and allow people to focus on high value-added analysis.

Aptus.AI technology will be of particular support with:

  • identifying new national and international regulations
  • analysing their impact on business
  • identifying areas of risk in correlation with the Group's internal policies
  • automatically creating customised document collections for specific job profiles

The project was conceived by the Group Regulatory Evolution Agenda Department with support from Deloitte Risk Advisory and allows Intesa Sanpaolo to continue on the path of digitalisation of the Group and the CIAECO Area, which only a few months ago adopted Lisa (Linguistic Intelligence for Supervisory Awareness), a machine-learning tool that quickly reads and processes thousands of publications on banking supervision.