A comprehensive overview of the cards, payments and merchant acquiring market in the United States, with clearsighted commentary backed by in-depth data.
The American point-of-sale is on the cusp of a revolution, as over half of debit and credit cards should be contactless-enabled by mid-2021.
Other changes are happening in less tangible ways: the Fed is developing a new real-time payments network, intended, among other things, to prise consumers away from their beloved cheque books.
Rewards competition may be peaking, but the cards industry remains buoyant and is experiencing profits to match. Zelle and Venmo are making mobile P2P payments popular, particularly among younger segments.
Merchants are looking for simple but powerful solutions, leading to integrated payments systems driving growth in merchant acquiring.
What you will learn from this report:
This new report looks across the American cards and payments industry, providing concise commentary and deep data on the latest market trends and regulatory developments, with insights and profiles covering the key market players including banks, issuers, networks, acquirers and processors. Order your copy online today.
The Weekly News Digest from Verisk Financial Research highlights significant developments that have recently occurred in payment cards, digital payments, acquiring, processing, retail banking and consumer credit. Our writers and researchers frame these items in contexts such as historical, sectoral and regional trends, adding a layer of value that is often missing from the rolling news cycle.
About Verisk Financial Research
The market-leading online, interactive database and data dashboards covering the global cards and payments industry in detail, plus a range of data-packed country and regional reports. Leveraging financial cards data going back to 2010 – and forecasts up to 2022 – our unique datasets cover 72 countries around the world and feature more than 250 metrics per market.