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Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: New Zealand 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Dec-2016
The New Zealand market is small, and less densely populated outside of Auckland, making it challenging to service. It is thus essential that digital channels form the basis of issuers’ strategies. At the core of the payment market is consumers’ embrace of debit cards and EFTPOS, which has been the main driver behind the growth in all non-cash payments. It is a highly mature market in terms of card penetration, although consumers appear to struggl.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Spain 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Dec-2016
The Spanish payments market was significantly impacted by the economic crisis. While the crisis affected banks’ reputations, it also accelerated their efforts to rejuvenate in order to regain the trust of Spanish consumers. CaixaBank, BBVA, Banco Popular, and Banco Santander are the leading players in this process. The Spanish economy has only recorded positive values since 2014, raising the employment rate and stimulating consumption. This has c.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: China 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Dec-2016
China represents a mature payment card market in Asia, with over 5 billion payment cards in issue. Despite a high card-per-customer ratio China is expected to see mild growth in both card numbers and the value of transactions, as mobile has become the payment mechanism of choice in the country. China UnionPay is the fastest-growing card scheme in China, claiming a more than 90% market share in 2015.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: India 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Dec-2016
The second largest consumer market globally, India remains a cash-driven economy. However, digital payments will see growth in the Indian market, and are forecast to overtake cash transactions by 2023.The key opportunity is the digitization of payments – if they are as easy to use, convenient, and secure as cash then they will contribute to the growth of financial inclusion in the country. The main factors that will play a significant role in the.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Sweden 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Dec-2016
Sweden has the potential to become the world’s first cashless society. The use of cash is declining quickly in Sweden and over half of all bank branches no longer deal with cash-based transactions. Payment cards are widely held and widely used in Sweden, and it has a strong alternative payments market.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Netherlands 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Nov-2016
The Dutch payments market is highly mature, with consumers very comfortable using debit cards and online payment channels (especially local brand iDEAL, backed by wide acceptance and a convenient user experience). In spite of a high level of consumer comfort with established payment instruments, recent developments in mobile proximity payments as well as contactless technology by the likes of ING, Rabobank, and ABN Amro will see these payment opt.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Mexico 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Nov-2016
The Mexican cards market is generally underdeveloped. Despite a high penetration of pay-now cards, financial inclusion is incomplete and the market in general is heavily reliant on cash. The cards market is growing strongly but not explosively, and current trends make it unlikely that there will be a major shift in the near future.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: UAE

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Nov-2016
The UAE market is defined by limited penetration of payment cards and a high reliance on cash among consumers. In spite of an increasing trend in the use of technology, contactless payment rollout and adoption have yet to reach full potential in the Emirati market and there continues to be a significant share of non-mobile wallet owners who are not interested in using mobile wallets. Pay-later cards continue to be the most frequently used cards a.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: France 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Nov-2016
The French consumer payments market is unlike many other developed markets in the Western world in that card holding is low, with fewer payment cards than people in 2015. France has a highly developed point of sale (POS) infrastructure as well as a high penetration of contactless cards, although the market as a whole is heavily reliant on cash.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Norway 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Oct-2016
The card reigns supreme in Norway, with only 6% of the population using cash on a daily basis and most possessing a minimum of two payment cards. And although the market is one of the most mature in the world, further growth is expected for both pay-now and pay-later cards.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: UK

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Oct-2016
The UK payments market is highly mature – arguably even over-served by its financial institutions. Access to formal financial services in the UK is easy and (though this is now changing in some cases) free, leading to a population which is highly comfortable with credit and debit cards both in-store and online.

Country Snapshot: Hong Kong; Overview of the consumer payments market in Hong Kong

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Sep-2016
Hong Kong represents a mature payment card market in Asia, with 25 million payment cards in issue and a population of over 7 million. Despite a high card per customer ratio, Hong Kong is expected to see mild growth in both card numbers and the value of transactions in the coming years.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Turkey 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Sep-2016
The Turkish payments market continues to witness significant change as it aims to become a cashless society by 2023. Although payment cards still play an important role, new payment technologies will continue to develop, with mobile payments expected to play a significant role in driving an increased level of electronic payment adoption in the Turkish market. This process will be supported by the modernization of the payments infrastructure over .....

Wearable Payments: Sizing the Opportunity

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: May-2016
The wearable payments market is still very much in its infancy, with most companies in this space still experimenting with form factors and functionality. Apple has emerged as a frontrunner with its payments-capable Apple Watch, but it is far from the only high-profile company in this space. With the market in its current state it is far too early to call Apple’s first-mover advantage decisive, and while this space is likely to see a lot of atten.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Italy

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Apr-2016

The consumer payments market in Italy is in many ways out of step with the rest of Western Europe. It has a comparatively low penetration of payment cards, although it also has the largest point of sale (POS) terminal network of any country in the region.

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Netherlands

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Mar-2016

In contrast to the high penetration of debit cards, credit and charge cards are held by relatively few consumers.

E-commerce accounts for the vast majority of online purchases by value in the Netherlands, although m-commerce is expected to record a compound annual growth rate of 22% between 2015 and 2019.

The Dutch debit card market is dominated by three big players – ABN Amro, Rabobank, and ING – which are so important to the e.....

P2P: The Disruptive Potential; New tools and technologies are changing the face of domestic and international payments

$3,450.00
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, Published: Mar-2016

Face-to-face P2P is currently dominated by paper instruments, with cash accounting for 49.9% of all low-value P2P transactions.

Denmark is the only market in which cash was not the most popular tool for low-value P2P transactions, with mobile apps – specifically MobilePay – being the most popular choice

Higher-value P2P transactions are heavily dominated by bank transfers, proving that banks are currently in a strong position to .....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Belgium

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Mar-2016

Belgians are comfortable with debit cards, using them an average of 75 times per year. Pay-now cards are more commonly held than pay-later cards, and they are used twice as often. Credit and charge cards represent about 22% of the payment cards market, hence issuers have an opportunity to drive the uptake and usage of pay-later cards through incentives.

E-commerce accounts for the vast majority of online purchases in Belgium. Neverthele.....

Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: France

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Feb-2016

Issuers are getting contactless cards into the hands of consumers, but many are either unconvinced of the technology’s benefits or concerned about security. Payment providers will need to invest in educating consumers on the benefits of contactless technology and strengthening the technology’s value proposition.

E-commerce continues to account for the vast majority of online purchases in France. However, m-commerce is ga.....

2016: Key Trends in Consumer Payments

$7,995.00
By:
, Published: Feb-2016

Strong emphasis will be placed on positioning mobile wallets as a mainstream alternative to cash and cards, with building merchant acceptance levels a top priority in the near term. Registration incentives, and usage rewards will be commonly used tactics to drive consumer uptake within the space.

Regulators and industry standard-setting bodies will issue more explicit rules and guidelines for online and mobile payment security. The shar.....

Consumer Payments Competitor Tracker

$4,495.00
By:
, Published: Aug-2015

Digital Wallets: Six Key Lessons

$4,495.00
By:
, Published: Mar-2015