Nilson Report

Issue 1207 | Oct 2021

FEATURED COMPANIES

Companies featured in this issue include:

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—2020 vs. 2025

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Purchase Volume

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Purchase Transactions

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Total Volume

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Total Transactions

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Outstandings

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Cardholders

U.S. Payment Cards Projected—Cards

Commercial Bank Credit Cards in Canada—Mastercard and Visa

Commercial Bank Credit Cards in Canada—Cards by Product

POS Terminal Manufacturers—Other POS Devices Shipped in 2020

Investments & Acquisitions—September 2021

Commercial Bank Credit Cards in Canada

The 18 largest issuers of Visa and Mastercard brand commercial card products generated $37+ billion in purchase volume in 2020. The five largest are ranked below based on their combined small business, corporate and purchasing card purchase volume.

1. RBC Royal Bank
$17.82 billion purchase volume
2. TD Bank
$11.99 billion purchase volume
3. BMO
$7.44 billion purchase volume
4. Scotiabank
$5.65 billion purchase volume
5. Desjardins
$5.41 billion purchase volume

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