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Alternative Credit for Online Payments

Providing consumers with credit for big-ticket retail purchases from online merchants is the business of U.S.-based Bread, a start–up that recently received $126 million in Series B equity funding and capital financing. Bread competes against companies that issue private label credit cards (Synchrony, Citi, and Alliance Data) as well as against those offering alternative credit (PayPal, Klarna, Affirm, and FuturePay). Unlike its competitors, Bread does not wait until checkout to present credit options. Instead, options including 0% financing, short-term installments, and long-term install...

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August 2017
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Middle East & Africa Market Shares of Purchase Volume 2016

Investments & Acquisitions July 2017

U.S. General Purpose Cards MY 2017 vs. MY 2016

Middle-East Africa Market Share of Purchase Transactions by Brand

Year-Over-Year Growth/Decline in Purchase Volume on Cards Issued in Middle East & Africa

Middle East & Africa General Purpose Cards 2016 vs. 2015

Top Acquirers of Web Transactions 2016 in Latin America

Top 10 Acquirers in Latin America 2016

Largest Merchant Acquirers in Latin America 2016