Navigating for Payments Growth: The Latest from Oliver Wyman

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15 July 2021
Patricia Hines, CTP

Payments Plus Q3 2021

As the world begins to navigate out of the global pandemic, Oliver Wyman expects the payments market to return to robust growth. The underlying factors that have driven expansion still hold — and the pandemic has amplified some trends, such as the shift to omni-channel and contactless payments. With secular tailwinds and asset-light business models in place, the payments sector will continue to support attractive valuation multiples in the quarters to come.

In Oliver Wyman's client work, they witness significant disruption across the payments value chain, as formidable new competitors scale up and new business models emerge. While the changes are most pronounced in merchant services, the pace of change is equally robust in card issuing and payment processing.

The Payments Plus Q3 2021 issue discusses merchant services business models, challenger banks, bank payment processing, investing in payments, merchant financing, opportunities in crypto for banks, and debit card transformation. Check it out!

Payments Plus is a quarterly update from Oliver Wyman and includes a sample of perspectives drawn from client work across the payments industry.

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Corporate Banking, Retail Banking
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Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America