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Exclusive data compiled by our expert analysts on major trends in the sector.

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Country Surveys

Access country reports containing market sizing data along with local insight on trends, topics and issues impacting that countries payments sector

Country Surveys
Fintrack Editions

Every month, FinTrack will showcase the latest innovations from financial providers around the world. Each innovation is assessed and rated on key criteria, to assist with identifying, tracking & understanding key innovation globally.

Fintrack Editions
Canada poised for payments progress

Canada’s payment cards market is one of the most highly competitive and attractive in North America. Pay later and debit card penetration rates reached 1.9 …

The US expands its large payment market

The US has the world’s largest payments market, as well as one of the highest levels of card penetration. In 2014, the US accounted for 86.6% and 88.2% of North America’s transaction value and volume …

Canada’s electronic payment market

It should come as no surprise to anyone that Canada is a well-established and well-developed payments market. What may come as a shock is that it is still looking for ways to innovate further…

Country Survey: Canada

The Canadian card payments channel has grown well although cash continues to dominate. Changes to regulation and promotion from banks and retailers makes contactless a area likely to see high adoption…

Country Survey: The US

Growth in card payments was slow during the review period in the US, increasing by just 1.79% between 2008 and 2012. Despite the marginal growth during that period, the US market continues to offer po…

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