2012 Cards and Payments Yearbook

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出版日 ページ情報 英文 84 Pages
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世界のカード・決済市場の動向(2012年) 2012 Cards and Payments Yearbook
出版日: 2012年03月30日 ページ情報: 英文 84 Pages




  • Western Unionの送金サービス拡張
  • Starbucksが米国でモバイル・ペイメント・アプリを導入
  • 米国でのリボ払いカードの再度の台頭
  • VisaがGroupon Latin Americaと提携
  • ReDによる、日本でのクロスボーダー型電子商取引の活性化
  • CitigroupとDiscoverの滞納率の低下
  • MasterCardがブラジル初のプリペイドカードを発行
  • eBayがZongを2億4000万ドルで買収
  • アイルランドでの非接触型カード決済の立ち上げ
  • HDFCがインドでの無制限のクレジットカードを公開する
  • インドにおけるプリペイド式送金スキームの立ち上げ
  • HSBCが米国のクレジットカード事業を売却
  • VisaがGoogleにライセンスを供与
  • NCRがATM犯罪の撲滅を目指す
  • タイ政府が農民向けクレジットカード事業を立ち上げ
  • モバイル・ペイメント市場におけるVisa makes major moves in mobile payments
  • Google WalletとAppleの成功が、移動体通信事業者(MNO)をモバイルウォレットへと駆り立てる


  • 世界のカード業界の受賞者(2011年度)
  • 欧州カード・決済産業会議報告(2011年度)
  • 欧州プリペイド業界サミット2011


  • 米国市場の変化の全般的状況
  • 2EMD(第二次電子貨幣関連指令):限界はどこにあるのか
  • 店舗カード:ラテンアメリカでの主な市場推進要素
  • 処理能力の変革
  • プリペイド・プログラムの管理:競合するビジネスモデル
  • プリペイドカードと政府支出:「ビッグブラザー」の出現
  • 欧州におけるアンバンドリングの加速化
  • ブラジル:小売バブル崩壊の可能性
  • 米国におけるEMV規格
  • 日本に電子時代が到来するのか
  • 予見的分析:今後を見据える
  • ドイツのプリペイド市場に対する法的な脅威
  • 日本のプリペイドカード市場:従来型のアプローチ
  • 企業プロファイル:Welcome Real-time
  • ダービン修正条項を活用した信用組合の急成長
  • 米国でのクレジットカード会社の買収:過去に戻るのか?
  • ラテンアメリカ市場の成長を見守る多国籍企業
  • 分析:企業合併・買収とパートナーシップ
  • ラテンアメリカでのモバイルペイメントの普及


  • 収益促進要因としてのデビットカード
  • 非接触型カード
  • 代替的な決済経路
  • 目次
Product Code: VR0823ID


  • This VRL report examines the key developments in the cards and payments industry during 2011
  • Highlights from a number of cards and payments research reports produced during the year are attached
  • Particular attention is given over to events and newsflow in Latin America, the US and Japan
  • The report includes coverage of VRL's cards and payments conferences and events held during 2011


2011 has been a tense year. From the major regulatory and government initiatives that have reared their heads, to gunfights in the industry's very own Wild West - mobile payments. The fact is, we are on the verge of some significant changes. This review brings these issues to the fore. Inside we look at start-ups, strategic partnerships and product launches that are shaping the changing landscape. We look at the global flashpoints - South East Asia and Latin America in particular - where telecoms and payments are already well intertwined. And we look at the technological drivers, the implementation of NFC technology at the point of sale, and the ongoing rollout of EMV. A summary of 2011's major new developments is followed by a round-up of the year's thought-provoking features. 2012, just as 2011 did, will provide a host of challenges. Embracing that struggle will help the cards and payments industry re-shape its offerings in a more sustainable, client-centric way.


  • This yearbook equips you with the industry-specific insight to make the right business decisions in a highly competitive market
  • Find out what the views of industry leaders are on the prospects for the industry over the next 12 months
  • Highlight the key trends and their likely impact on the sector
  • Review last year's most thought provoking articles

Reasons To Buy

  • Gain a strategic overview of the global cards and payments industry
  • Learn what senior executives think 2012 will hold for cards and payments
  • Investigate the opportunities for market growth across your region
  • Implement strategic market positioning and customer segmentation

Table of Contents


1. News Review

  • 1.1. Western Union expands remittance service
  • 1.2. Starbucks rolls out m-payments app in US
  • 1.3. US revolving credit on rise again
  • 1.4. Visa partners with Groupon Latin America
  • 1.5. ReD looks to boost Japan's cross-border e-commerce
  • 1.6. Citigroup and Discover delinquency rates drop
  • 1.7. Mastercard launches prepaid first in Brazil
  • 1.8. eBay acquires Zong in $240m deal
  • 1.9. Ireland begins move to contactless
  • 1.10. HDFC unveils limitless credit card for India
  • 1.11. India to launch prepaid remittance scheme
  • 1.12. HSBC sells its US credit card portfolio
  • 1.13. Visa grants license to Google
  • 1.14. NCR tackles ATM crime
  • 1.15. Thai government launches agricultural credit card
  • 1.16. Visa makes major moves in mobile payments
  • 1.17. Success of Google Wallet and Apple to force MNO co-operation in mobile wallets

2. Conferences and Events

  • 2.1. Cards International awards 2011
  • 2.2. Cards and Payments Europe 2011
  • 2.3. Prepaid Summit Europe 2011

3. Analysis

  • 3.1. All change in the US
  • 3.2. 2EMD: Where is the limit?
  • 3.3. Store cards a major force in Latin America
  • 3.4. Processing power shift
  • 3.5. Prepaid Programme Management: competing business models
  • 3.6. Prepaid and government disbursements; the beginning of Big Brother
  • 3.7. Unbundling gathers pace in Europe
  • 3.8. Brazil's retail bubble could burst
  • 3.9. EMV in the US
  • 3.10. An electronic age for Japan?
  • 3.11. Predictive analytics: looking forward
  • 3.12. Legislative threat to prepaid in Germany
  • 3.13. Prepaid in Japan: a 'clicks and mortar' approach
  • 3.14. Profile: Welcome Real-time
  • 3.15. Credit unions reap Durbin benefits
  • 3.16. Credit Card Acquiring in the US: back to the future?
  • 3.17. Multinationals see growth in Latam
  • 3.18. Review: mergers, acquisitions and partnerships
  • 3.19. Mobile payments get going in Latam

4. Research

  • 4.1. Debit cards as profit drivers
  • 4.2. Contactless cards
  • 4.3. Alternative payment channels
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