Regulatory Monitoring

Regulatory Monitoring

Reti offers its clients a full-fledged awareness service that provides them with every relevant information about what happens within the institutions and which has an essential impact on their business.

Thanks to the monitoring and analysis service, business operating units can have a complete overview of the framework that is being defined and addressed at all levels: from the sentiment of public decision-makers and influencers to the approval of laws expected for some time, to the dangers that lie between the lines of texts and sometimes incomprehensible procedures.

Reti’s work product is therefore an indispensable guide for the client. Continuous support both for updating contextual reading tools such as PESTEL analysis or SWOT analysis and for modulating Project Management activities. Reti also provides the client with tools to evaluate their communication and reporting skills by providing advice that can prevent and counteract risks and react successfully and profitably to crisis situations.

To foster understanding of the decision-making process, Reti monitors policy dynamics through a constant gathering of relevant information on the intentions and orientation of key public decision-makers and stakeholders by following the relevant measures under consideration by Parliament and for the attention of the Government, focusing on topics of interest.

Constant updating of institutional activities and analysis of the political and institutional context
The monitoring service provides a daily and constant update on the activities of relevant institutions and bodies at national level. The service is made up of specific outputs that allow measures of interest to be studied in greater depth, follow the exam process and highlight the positions expressed in the political and institutional context on the identified topics. It represents a specific observatory on parliamentary work relating to the committees of interest and, in fact, covering the entire range of parliamentary committees and the so-called omnibus measures.

Reti provides three types of information:

  • Targeted preventive actions;
  • Report of institutional jobs.
  • In-depth study and analysis of the measures of interest

In addition to the production of legislation and regulations in the strict sense, Reti reports on national policy initiatives and news regarding institutional and parliamentary life relating to the topics being monitored.

As well as monitoring parliamentary activities, an observatory on works of interest is produced by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, by all the relevant ministries and independent authorities.

As part of the monitoring activity, Reti reports any measure – or draft provision – of interest and amendments as soon as possible and prior to the official deadlines and the publication of the texts by the institutional bodies.

The monitoring service provides for the delivery of the following outputs:

Every Monday morning, the institutional agenda, providing the weekly calendar of parliamentary work.
Every day, a copy of the Official Gazette and the Agenda of the House of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic.
Every Monday, a document containing the list of relevant conference appointments on topics of interest

Reti provides an update via email and/or telephone during the day regarding the state of progress of the legislative process, with particular reference to examination debates and the submission and voting of amendments, and any news inherent in the examination, on the relevant measures identified in the weekly calendar.

An email update report is provided on the institutional work of the previous day on a daily basis.

Proposed amendments are also reviewed on a daily basis, notifying the client thereof even before they are published at institutional sites, where available.

Annexes A and B of the House and Senate Assembly papers are then reviewed, signalling the submission of legislative proposals, government acts and relevant address and control documents on a daily basis. A copy of the acts of interest is then sent via email.

Dossiers and ministerial measures of interest are reported from time to time.

Furthermore, there are reports of possible working groups and institutional tables dealing with themes and topics of interest.

Orders of the day and press releases of the Council of Ministers meetings are promptly sent out by email; and, where available, drafts of the measures of interest will be transmitted.

Bulletins, convocations and summaries of meetings of other independent authorities are reported.

·Text analysis

A regulatory text, a single amendment, a sub-amendment may change the life of a company.

Following the steps, knowing the decisive moments, reading the texts and figuring out what their impact will be are decisive.

As soon as they receive the draft texts (law bills, drafts of Decree Laws or drafts of Legislative Decree), the Reti team will send them “in rough copy” to clients, followed by in-depth study by Analysts.

Each regulation is studied, elaborated on and “decrypted”, through the reconstruction of the laws that may be modified and by “clear” regulatory references.

There are some formats below by way of example:

Esempio di Agenda Istituzionale

2. Esempio di invio nota sui lavori parlamentari
3. Esempio di aggiornamento attività autorità indipendenti
1. Esempio anticipazione informazione
2. Esempio di trasmissione bozza documentazione di interesse