Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Merchant Acquiring – Defining the Industry
2.1 Industry Structure and Key Stakeholders
2.1.1 Merchant acquiring business models
2.1.2 Top 10 merchant acquirers across the world
2.2 The Global Merchant Acquiring Market
2.3 Merchant Acquiring Market – Regional Breakdown
2.3.3 Latin America
2.3.4 North America
2.3.5 Middle East and Africa
3 Gauging the Industry’s Drift
4 Where are the Opportunities?
4.1 Explore New Markets
4.2 Shift from “One Size Fits All” to Diversified and Omni-Channel Acquiring
4.3 Offer Support for Contactless Payments
4.4 Analytics to Lower Fraud Losses and Improve Efficiency
4.5 Improving Merchant Retention and Relations through Value- Added Services
4.6 Cloud Technology and Open APIs for Cost Optimization and Flexibility
5 MNO Driven Mobile Money – Is it a Brewing Threat?
6 Merchant Aggregators – Key to Unlocking Small and Micro Merchants
6.1 What Makes Aggregators Popular Among Small and Micro Merchants?
6.2 Key Considerations in Partnership with Aggregators
7 Key Findings
8.2 Contact Timetric
8.3 About Timetric
8.4 Timetric’s Services
Table 1: Key Acquiring Models
Table 2: Top 10 Card Acquirers in the World, 2014
Table 3: Key Acquisitions in the Merchant Acquiring and Processing Industry (January 2013–May 2015)
Table 4: The Way Around Key Challenges
Table 5: Key Success Factors in Omni-channel Acquiring
Table 6: Contactless Payments in the UK
Table 7: Value Added Offering by Key Acquirers
Table 8: Pros and Cons of MNO-led Mobile Money
Table 9: Merchant Aggregators and Cost for Merchants
Figure 1: Merchant Acquiring Ecosystem in Bricks-and-Mortar Stores
Figure 2: Value and Volume of Acquired Transactions, 2010–2014
Figure 3: Value and Volume of Acquired Transactions in Asia-Pacific, 2010–2014
Figure 4: Value and Volume of Acquired Transactions in Europe, 2010–2014
Figure 5: Value and Volume of Acquired Transactions in Latin America, 2010–2014
Figure 6: Value and Volume of Acquired Transactions in North America, 2010–2014
Figure 7: Value and Volume of Acquired Transactions in the Middle East and Africa, 2010–2014
Figure 8: MSC Revenue Share of a Typical US$100 Credit Card Transaction in the US
Figure 9: CNP Fraud in Selected Countries (US$ Million), 2010–2014
Figure 10: The State of the Merchant Acquiring Industry
Figure 11: Market Shares of the Top Five Merchant Acquirers in Selected Markets, 2014
Figure 12: Drivers of M&A Activity in Merchant Acquiring
Figure 13: Card Transaction Value in Emerging Markets (US$ Billion), 2010–2014
Figure 14: Revenue Growth Expectation from Value-Added Services in Financial Services by 2016
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