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Posts Tagged ‘Managing branch network’

Control. How to make sure that the action plan is correctly implemented?

Category: Branches

How to make sure that the action plan is correctly implemented? What is the impact of each component on the bank’s commercial effectiveness?



Pricing policy. Communication policy. Human resources policy. Profile of a branch manager

Category: Branches

Pricing policy Adapt the pricing to their local markets Who is sensitive to prices? In general private clients, more than companies.



Products and services

Category: Branches

The nature of products and services that the bank is best able to sell depends on its know-how by type of customer:



Action plans

Category: Branches

Explain that after the diagnosis and recommendations have been done objectives and strategies have been decided upon, then the action programme can be designed using the 5 P’s – product, price, place, promotion and people.



Strategic recommendations

Category: Branches

Explain to the group that it is important to translate these reports by recommendations and to imagine orientations respecting the strategy of our bank.



Analysis of customer portfolio

Category: Branches

Based on the above, we now focus on the type of customers the branches deal with. According to every bank’s profile, this can be differentiated, or to the contrary not differentiated at all, from other banks.



Risks in branch networks

Category: Branches

The liquidity risk Branches are at the heart of the liquidity flow of a bank, and the main issue for the bank’s treasury department is to keep track of the overall changes in cash flows, aggregating flows from all units (branches + head office commercial business)



Consistency with bank’s ALM policy

Category: Branches

ALM: general comments Asset & Liability management is a topic not always well known, especially outside treasury and central management officers in a bank’s head office.



Internal analysis. How to keep an objective view on my branch network?

Category: Branches

Internal analysis How to analyse the network? How to keep an objective view on our institution? What are the different points to observe and analyse?



Commercial banks. Merchant and Investment Banks

Category: Branches

Commercial banks These banks, also known as “retail” of “clearing” banks, are usually understood to be banks that provide a “full” range of services via an extensive branch network and receive a large part of their funding from the public in the form of retail deposits.