The increased levels of innovation and interconnectivity in banking and payments have resulted in an ever-expanding range of transactional possibilities, and are notably triggering a rewiring of the entire commerce experience. Several trends will drive developments in consumer payments in 2016, including increased competition in the mobile wallets space, the rise of social commerce, and the issuance of more explicit rules and guidelines for online and mobile payment security. Payment providers will have to react by enhancing their propositions, keeping abreast of new standards, and exploring the opportunities social commerce presents.
2016: Key Trends in Consumer Payments informs key stakeholders across the payments ecosystem of the main developments emerging across the industry and how best to respond to these changes. Specifically the report examines developments across a number of areas from regulation, to product and service trends, and infrastructure development. It crucially draws on our 2015 Consumer Payments Insight Survey to provide fact-led insight, and reviews key developments tracked in our Consumer Payments Competitor Tracker.
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2016 Key Trends in Summary
Critical Success Factors
2016 Key Trends in Detail
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