Macroeconomic Modelling

Global economy has been experiencing a sharp transformation at least for the last decade. Broadly speaking, macroeconomic modelling can be used for to understand the past and present, to predict (forecast) the future and to test alternative futures.

Organizations have begun to adopt a wide array of risk models and simulations to start addressing strategic, operational, compliance, geopolitical, and other types of risk. Wider availability of data and sophisticated analysis capabilities is making modeling more practical. At the same time, the need to cope with an increasingly risky environment is making it more valued.

Macroeconomic models are developed with the aim to answer key questions of the scenario analysis for banks, that are:

• How will the banking landscape change in future as a result of regulatory and macroeconomic influences?

• What are the possible effects on the viability and sustainability of bank's business models?

How Deloitte can help?

We help clients to shape their decisions by evaluating the possible impacts of macroeconomic developments and to incorporate Forward -Looking (“FL”) approach into the modeling of the risk parameters through:

• Development and assessment the mathematical and statistical approach taken to quantify the forecasts

• Quantitative scenario analysis

• Macroeconomic forecasting

• Outcomes and impact measurement

• Validation of the accuracy and consistency of the models.


Nebojša Nikolić PhD, CFA, FRM

Nebojša Nikolić PhD, CFA, FRM

Director, Risk Advisory

Nebojša joined Deloitte in 2022 as a Director in Risk Advisory in Belgrade’s office. His career started in 2006 as Risk Management consultant. In parallel to consultancy, he developed his academic car... More