Charge Cards in Turkey
Charge cards are still not issued by banks in Turkey. Instead, credit cards and debit cards remain the two main types of financial card. Consumers who use credit cards employ them mostly for the “pay later” function, while they use debit cards, which do not have a “pay later” function, for micropayments. Over the forecast period, banks may launch products with charge card functions to diversify their card portfolios.
Euromonitor International's Charge Card Transactions in Turkey report establishes the size and structure of the market for ATMs cards, smart cards, credit cards, debit cards, charge cards, pre-paid cards and store cards. It looks at key players in the market (issuers and operators), number of cards in circulation, numbers transactions and value of transactions. It offers strategic analysis of sector forecasts and trends to watch.
Product coverage: Commercial Charge Card Transactions, Personal Charge Card Transactions.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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- Charge Cards in Turkey
- Euromonitor International
- November 2020
- List OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- COVID-19 impact on consumer payments
- COVID-19 country impact
- Pandemic fears accelerate shift towards cashless society
- Adoption of new technology boosts debit card usage
- Visa and MasterCard experiencing growing competition from local operators
- What next for consumer payments?
- MARKET INDICATORS
- Table 1 Number of POS Terminals: Units 2015-2020
- Table 2 Number of ATMs: Units 2015-2020
- Table 3 Value Lost to Fraud 2015-2020
- Table 4 Card Expenditure by Location 2020
- Table 5 Financial Cards in Circulation by Type: % Number of Cards 2015-2020
- Table 6 Domestic versus Foreign Spend 2020
- MARKET DATA
- Table 7 Financial Cards by Category: Number of Cards in Circulation 2015-2020
- Table 8 Financial Cards by Category: Number of Accounts 2015-2020
- Table 9 Financial Cards Transactions by Category: Value 2015-2020
- Table 10 Financial Cards by Category: Number of Transactions 2015-2020
- Table 11 Consumer Payments by Category: Value 2015-2020
- Table 12 Consumer Payments by Category: Number of Transactions 2015-2020
- Table 13 M-Commerce by Category: Value 2015-2020
- Table 14 M-Commerce by Category: % Value Growth 2015-2020
- Table 15 Financial Cards: Number of Cards by Issuer 2015-2019
- Table 16 Financial Cards: Number of Cards by Operator 2015-2019
- Table 17 Financial Cards: Card Payment Transactions Value by Operator 2015-2019
- Table 18 Financial Cards: Card Payment Transactions Value by Issuer 2015-2019
- Table 19 Forecast Financial Cards by Category: Number of Cards in Circulation 2020-2025
- Table 20 Forecast Financial Cards by Category: Number of Accounts 2020-2025
- Table 21 Forecast Financial Cards Transactions by Category: Value 2020-2025
- Table 22 Forecast Financial Cards by Category: Number of Transactions 2020-2025
- Table 23 Forecast Consumer Payments by Category: Value 2020-2025
- Table 24 Forecast Consumer Payments by Category: Number of Transactions 2020-2025
- Table 25 Forecast M-Commerce by Category: Value 2020-2025
- Table 26 Forecast M-Commerce by Category: % Value Growth 2020-2025
- GLOBAL MACROECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
- GLOBAL INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT
- Summary 1 Research Sources