A comprehensive overview of the cards, payments and consumer banking market in Chile, with clearsighted commentary backed by relevant data. With the number of POS terminals having more than doubled in the latter half of the decade just ended and four in ten card present transactions now contactless, card spend is set to overtake cash at the point of sale. In almost every dimension change is well underway: the merchant acquiring market was opened to competition in 2017, while CuentaRUT has surpassed 60 percent market share of debit cards in issue and significantly expanded banking reach. Even before the pandemic, e-commerce turnover had doubled between 2016 and 2019.
What you will learn from this report:
Demographics and the economy
Key retail banks and issuers
Acquiring and processing
Regulatory and other cards market information
Appendices: Card Payments Data
Appendix I: Demographics and the economy
Appendix II: Payments environment
Appendix III: Cards market
Appendix IV: Mobile payments
Appendix V: Profit pool
Appendix VI: The card networks
Appendix VII: Key retail banks and issuers
Appendix VIII: Acquiring and processing
Appendix IX: Online acquiring
American Airlines American Express Apple Pay Banco Consorcio Banco de Chile Banco de Crédito e Inversiones Banco Falabella Banco Itaú CorpBanca Banco Ripley Banco SudAmericano BancoEstado BankBoston BBVA BCI CajaVecina Car Casa Ximena Citi Citibank Cocha Cofisa Compraquí Coopeuch CorpBanca CuentaRUT Delta Diners Club Divesa Enjoy Evo Payments Falabella Hites Iberia Itaú Krealo La Polar LATAM Lider Linio Magna Mastercard Multicaja Netflix Nexus PagoRUT Presto Redbanc Redcompra Ripley Samsung Pay Santander Scotiabank Security Sodimac Homecenter Spotify SumUp Tottus Transbank Tricard Uber Unicard UnionPay Viajes Falabella Visa Walmart Webpay WhatsApp
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