Balance sheet planning—Build loan portfolio runoffs, including principals, prepayment, interest, deposits, fees, as well as new origination/deposit models so you can forecast a comprehensive balance sheet, income statement, and cashflow.
Product and branch profitability—Plan revenues and direct costs by product and branch. Allocate personnel and overhead to create product and branch P&Ls.
Non-interest expense budgeting—Plan for non-interest expense items such as salary, benefits, taxes, and facilities costs.
Funds transfer pricing—Adjust rates to determine the profitability of product lines or performance of various branches.
Workforce planning—Build branch and call center staffing models to optimize capacity; plan related benefits, bonuses, commissions, and raises.
Assets under management (AUM)—Wealth management companies can plan assets under management (AUM) and advisory fees.
Credit union membership—Credit unions can forecast member adds, retention and fees as well as instrument-level details (e.g., credit cards, car loans, and mortgages).