The latest selection of cards and payments market reports from Verisk Financial Research give clients a unique insight into market trends in the payments industry across 72 countries and six regions. The research reports come packed not only with comprehensive market data but also with expert analysis and detailed commentary on trends and developments. Insider intelligence can be the key to smart decision making in the fast-developing world of cards payments. Our country-by-country guides offer top-quality research, expert analysis and valuable commentary on growing markets. Regional reports on merchant acquiring offer acute analysis of market trends and opportunities backed by deep data intelligence and market forecasts.
How the cards market has been impacted by coronavirus.
How issuers are responding as the economy reopens.
What is driving changes to the credit card profit pool mix.
How networks are responding to alternative payments.
Why scale is so vital to merchant acquirers in the USA.
Which banks dominate the retail and payments market.
The popularity of electronic payments in Kuwait.
How Kuwait is home to a young, tech-savvy demographic.
How much the e-commerce market is forecast to grow.
The most popular form of payment card in Kuwait.
Merchant acquiring in the Asia-Pacific region.
Regional executive summary with analysis of market trends.
Opportunities and threats – plus Razorpay innovator case study.
Detailed commentary and insights including acquirer profiles.
Competitive intelligence on market share for leading acquirers.
Over 160 pages of data, including forecasts to 2023 and 2024.
Why mobile proximity payments are set to take off.
The challengers to cards for e-commerce.
How BNPL has soared, and the headwinds gathering.
Why debit cards have steadily risen to dominate purchase volume.
The power and intent of regulatory reviews and rules.
How Poland's payments environment is so advanced.
Why foreign neobanks find it difficult to compete.
How Blik has taken the lead in mobile payments.
Who leads in retail banking after a busy decade of M&A.
Which players control acquiring as consolidation grows.