Mentioned Companies:

Second 50 US Mastercard and Visa Credit Card Issuers

The Mastercard and Visa credit card issuers ranked from 51st to 100th largest in the US owned a combined $13.37 billion in outstanding receivables at year-end 2022. This was up 12.2% from year-end 2021. The outstandings were tied to consumer and commercial card accounts. There were 33 credit unions among the second 50 largest. For those issuers, outstandings were a combined $8.74 billion, up 15.7% from year-end 2021. This was more than the average growth of 13.8% for the US Mastercard and Visa industry in 2022. Prior issues: 1217, 1194, 1172, 1150, 1128, 1106, 1083...

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April 2023
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Latin America’s Global General Purpose Cards—Purchase Transactions in 2022 vs. 2021
Spending, Transactions and Cards by Brand in Latin America
Purchase Transactions on General Purpose Cards in Latin America and the Caribbean—2018 through 2022
Second 50 Largest Mastercard/Visa Credit Card Issuers—Ranked by Outstandings at Year-End 2022
Acquisitions and Investments in Payments Cards—5 Largest Deals in 2022
Acquisitions and Investments in Payment Cards—2022 Annual Totals by Category
Acquisitions and Investments in Payment Cards—2022
Investments & Acquisitions—March 2023