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Ranked: Top 10 Consumer Lending Countries

Source: Euromonitor International  Consumer credit and gross lending is growing across the world, with credit cards leading the way. While companies open up to credit cards, the challenge will be to reach markets that mainly use cash. KEY FINDINGS The US has grosser lending than Western Europe (1,235,258.4). The single largest region by total card […]
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Consumer Finance Global Overview 2018

Trends Shaping Consumer Finance 100 million newly banked consumers Payment policy focus Fraud on the rise in key markets Asia Pacific growth slowing Credit increasing over debit Global Outlook Card and electronic payments continue to take global consumer payment share from cash and other paper payments. From 2016 to 2017, the card payment landscape has […]
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Key Findings in Consumer Finance for 2018

The 2018 edition of Euromonitor International’s Consumer Finance system is now live and Euromonitor discusses key industry trends. Global use of cash continued to decline from 2016 to 2017 and is expected to decline further over the forecast period. The largest single market by card payment value, China, reported modest growth from 2016 to […]
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Takeaways from Card Forum 2017

After attending Card Forum 2017 in Austin, Texas earlier this month, Euromonitor spotted several trends developing across the consumer finance industry. There is significant opportunity for card payments as retail continues to shift online; security is likely to remain a key concern for consumers despite the decline in card fraud; and payment players need to […]
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Recap of the Bank Customer Experience Summit in Chicago

The recent Bank Customer Experience Summit in Chicago brought together several of the largest financial institutions and payment technology providers to discuss the changing financial service landscape. The challenges facing mainstream financial service providers included adopting technology preferred by younger consumers while maintaining services preferred by older consumers, transitioning to a lower cost branch network […]
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Moving from Financially Underserved to Fully Banked: Euromonitor to Support Bank Customer Experience Summit

Moving from financially underserved to fully banked There were more financially underserved consumers as a share of total banked consumers in 2015 in the US in over a decade. This presents a significant opportunity for financial institutions looking to increase share of consumer lending and total consumer credit. The share of the banked population considered […]
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Potential Conflicts Between Retailers and Consumer Finance Companies

Retailers and payment companies continue to battle, but what about shoppers? Walmart’s tussle with Visa in Canada and Costco’s transition from American Express to Visa serve are the two most recent high-profile examples. Listen to Euromonitor’s Retailing and Consumer Finance analysts outline reasons for these conflicts and debate their potential effects. Listen as MP3 http://traffic.libsyn.com/euromonitor/VisaWalmart.mp3
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The EMV Deadline Approaches in the US

The October 2015 deadline for EMV-compliant POS terminals and cards for the US has nearly arrived. Early estimates put total merchant compliance at just above 25%, with some not aware a conversion is required at all. Merchants that have not upgraded their POS terminals face a shift in the fraud liability that is traditionally covered […]
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Card Payments Continue Rapid Growth

Source: Euromonitor International  Consumer credit and gross lending is growing across the world, with credit cards leading the way. While companies open up to credit cards, the challenge will be to reach markets that mainly use cash. KEY FINDINGS The US has grosser lending than Western Europe (1,235,258.4). The single largest region by total card […]
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American Express’s Plenti Launch

Source: Euromonitor International  Consumer credit and gross lending is growing across the world, with credit cards leading the way. While companies open up to credit cards, the challenge will be to reach markets that mainly use cash. KEY FINDINGS The US has grosser lending than Western Europe (1,235,258.4). The single largest region by total card […]
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Converting Paper Payments: The Impact of Moving from Cash to Alternatives

Understanding why consumers are using paper payments is key to converting spending to alternative payment methods. This conversion boosts efficiency though cutting the cost of cash payments, increasing financial transparency. This podcast discusses the cost of shadow cash economies, the financial policy score card, financial services in emerging economies and more insights from the Converting […]
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Positive Regulation Driving Mobile Payments in Brazil

In late 2013 the Brazilian government established regulations directed at clarifying expectations for the emerging mobile payment market. By creating a clear set of standards for the mobile payment players, the Central Bank has increased the likelihood of greater adoption and access to mobile financial services for all consumers. This positive regulatory development is one […]
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Barclays CEO Year Review

Source: Euromonitor International  Consumer credit and gross lending is growing across the world, with credit cards leading the way. While companies open up to credit cards, the challenge will be to reach markets that mainly use cash. KEY FINDINGS The US has grosser lending than Western Europe (1,235,258.4). The single largest region by total card […]
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Brazil’s Network Elo Making Progress

Source: Euromonitor International  Consumer credit and gross lending is growing across the world, with credit cards leading the way. While companies open up to credit cards, the challenge will be to reach markets that mainly use cash. KEY FINDINGS The US has grosser lending than Western Europe (1,235,258.4). The single largest region by total card […]
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Bank of America Backing Down on Debit Fees

Today, Bank of America announced it would cancel its plan to charge a $5 monthly fee for debit card purchases. Kendrick Sands, a company analyst for Euromonitor’s consumer finance industry offered the following comment: “Bank of America was nowhere nearly as vocal as the other leading banks during the Durbin Amendment regulatory debate from July to […]
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