Prepaid China

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At a time when the US prepaid market sees continued healthy growth, but is maturing quickly, international prepaid markets are quickly heating up and have become a major focus for the global payments industry. China is already the world???s largest payment card market (based on the number of credit and debit cards in circulation). At the same time, China also has a tremendous prepaid card market that has been growing rapidly on its own without drawing a lot of attention from the global payments industry. In 2009, prepaid cards across 11 categories recorded about CNY1,370B (US$207.6B) in sales/loads in China. Since 2010, however, the market has been undergoing a major reshuffling due largely to the quickly growing market and the changing regulatory environment. As a result, the prepaid card market in China might develop major new opportunities for members of the global payments industry who have been waiting anxiously to get a bigger piece of the local market.
This Webinar will covers the following key topics:
Overview of the prepaid market in China, including total 2009 sales/loads for prepaid cards across 11 categories
Market shares and outlooks for Open, Semi-Open, and Closed-Loop prepaid cards in China.
Business ecosystem and industry landscape of China???s prepaid market, including prepaid card companies that are actively expanding and competing in the market.
In-depth analyses of the largest prepaid categories in China.
Challenges, particularly regulatory uncertainties, and opportunities for domestic and international players.