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Benefit from a single data model and common cash flow engine to perform a complex analysis of the inherit risk in your balance sheet. Gain consistency and control for your budgeting, planning, and forecasting needs.
A single, transparent data model and platform sharing component building blocks across risk and performance applications breaks down silos using common customer—and ledger-level information.
Process large volumes of data, comprehensive calculations, and multicurrency simulations. Create custom models, unlimited forecast assumptions, multiple transfer pricing methods, and more.
Cover all aspects of the planning process, including profit planning, budgeting and forecasting, strategy formulation, human resource planning, and capital expenditure budgeting.
Get an accurate view of profitability, earnings stability, and overall risk exposure of the balance sheet. Gain high-end analytics with dynamic interactive dashboards, ad-hoc intuitive reporting, alerting, open access, scenario-based what-if analysis, and waterfall list creations—all within one fully integrated framework.
Create robust planning to forecast future performance that incorporates economic conditions and forward-looking risks. Oracle Financial Services Balance Sheet Planning eliminates multiple disparate systems to produce a complete, reconciled plan that delivers better value and actionable insight.
Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing is the industry’s first matched maturity funds transfer pricing application. It enables financial institutions to determine the spread earned on assets and liabilities, and the spread earned as a result of interest rate exposure for each and every customer relationship. Gain an accurate assessment of profitability along product, channel, and business lines, as well as the centralization of interest rate risk so it can be effectively managed.
Oracle Financial Services Liquidity Risk Management provides a clear understanding of liquidity gaps under contractual, business-as-usual, and stressed conditions. It also enables contingency funding planning via a comprehensive counterbalancing capability.
To help mitigate current dynamics and into the future, the asset and liability committee (ALCO) is of most importance. Read ALCO and get the latest views on risk, regulatory, and finance issues as well as financial markets developments that will shape best practices in bank balance sheet risk management.