Electronic Payments Market Report: Ken Research

Posted by kenresearch on December 1st, 2020

Payment Market: - The ultimatum for cashless payments, over cash, is being motivated by greater convenience, encouraging government policies, and progressing consumer behavior. The governments are also trying to decrease their cost of printing the currencies and counter the forged currency influx that interrupts the economic growth, with digitization, thereby, constructing an environment advantageous for cashless and digital payments.

However, the credit and debit card business of Turkey has observed strong growth due to the growing value of transactions, the capacity of transactions, and cards in transmission.  The debit card value of transactions increased at a rate quicker than that of credit cards, even when both modeled double-digit growth rates. Implementation of specific payment approaches in Turkey will inescapably be propelled by the fact that a great proportion of Turkish inhabitants remains without a bank account – just over a third of the populace is unbanked. The usage of cash is predominantly widespread for micropayments involving small and daily expenditures such as newspapers, taxi journeys, and coffees. The Payments Market Size of Turkey will have to work hard to alleviate Turkish shoppers over to digital approaches of paying for these items.

In addition, the speedily growing digital payments industry across Asia has scaled up hurriedly over the last few years which has led to an augment in credit card utilization. The entire transaction value showcased great growth across Asia along with a CAGR of 14.2% for throughout 2013-2018. The augment of reasonable smartphones and succeeding internet and mobile penetration has led to momentous growth in the digital payments space. The individuals in these mature markets are conscious of digital payments and have increasingly embraced non-cash approaches over the years. The entire number of credit cards in circulation augmented at a CAGR of 12.9% throughout 2013-2018.

The present utilization of cash in emerging regions exceeds 90.0%. They have seen some traction in the last few years, principally due to mobile and internet penetration and an aim on financial inclusion through mobile-based services. In most of the developed regions such as Singapore and Japan, more than 80.0% of adults have admittance to financial services. The Regulators and governments of emerging and underdeveloped countries can set up a discrete entity such as the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to encourage retail payments and further augment the utilization and circulation of credit cards.

Not only has this, but the initiation and malleability to non-cash payments have also decreased the dependency on cash for doing payments. At the end of 2018, nearly 80.0% of the money in transmission was witnessed to be non-cash. Instantaneously, the growth witnessed in cash in transmission was less than the growth in nominal GDP, demonstrating a modification in the consumer preferences to non-cash payments. The augment in the non-cash payments can be further accredited to the growing merchant reception and breakthrough innovations such as e-wallets, m-wallets, and contactless payments, which have encouraged easy and speedy manner of doing transactions. However, Russia has been characterized at the “Converging” stage for becoming cashless in nature. It is projected that the great commissions and tariffs charged from the merchants would comfort during the coming years in the wake of employment of white label schemes throughout the industry; thereby enabling the pain-points of merchants.

The effective growth in penetration of smartphones around the globe and augment in the e-commerce industry in developing countries is the foremost factors propelling the growth of the market. In addition, an increase in the implementation of Mobile Payments Market Size emerging regions fuels the growth of the market.

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Payments Market Research Report

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