Nilson Report

Issue 1180 | Jul 2020

FEATURED COMPANIES

Companies featured in this issue include:

Credit Card Debt and Consumer Credit in the U.S.

Credit Card Debt as a Percent of Consumer Credit in the U.S.

Middle East and Africa Spending, Transactions, and Cards by Global Brand 

Middle East and Africa Market Shares of Purchase Transactions

Top 10 Mastercard and Visa Issuers in Middle East and Africa 2009 vs. 2019

Top 50 Card Issuers in the Middle East and Africa

Top 50 Credit Card Issuers in the Middle East and Africa

Top 50 Debit Card Issuers in the Middle East and Africa

Purchase Volume for the 20 Largest Visa and Mastercard Consumer Card Port-folios

Top 50 Card Issuers in the Middle East and Africa

The 50 largest issuers of general purpose credit and debit cards in the Middle East and Africa are ranked by purchase volume in 2019. Purchase volume includes Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Diners, Maestro, UnionPay, and Domestic-Only debit cards.

1. IsraCard, Israel
$45.99 billion purchase volume
2. Israel Credit Cards, Israel
$30.08 billion purchase volume
3. Max IT Finance (Leumi Card), Israel
$24.09 billion purchase volume
4. Al Rajhi Bank, Saudi Arabia
$22.93 billion purchase volume
5. Standard Bank, South Africa
$16.48 billion purchase volume

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Cards in the Middle East and Africa Region

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Credit, debit, and prepaid cards issued in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region carrying global brands—American Express, Diners Club, Mastercard, and Visa—generated $1.231 trillion in 2019 in purchases of goods and services, cash advances, and cash withdrawals, up 14.6% from 2018. 

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