While cash will still be around in Latin America’s payments landscape, it’s critical to understand which payment methods displaced it, how this happened and what’s next.
That will be the focus of this webinar, designed for payments professionals looking to fine-tune their market strategies in the region to keep up with the rapid changes.
Developed by Payments & Commerce Market Intelligence (PCMI), a global payments consultancy, this webinar will cover:
Hard numbers showing how cash lost major share in face-to-face retail in LatAm
What spurred the increased card usage that helped displace cash
The surge in money transfers and what to expect
How cryptocurrency fits into Latin America’s pivot away from cash—especially with the rise of the metaverse
After that higher-level perspective, PCMI’s team will go granular to detail the payments picture for 6 key markets in Latin America, covering:
Penetration levels for smartphones, financial accounts, digital wallets and crypto
Key factors driving changes in each country’s payments market
Breakdowns of shares of payment methods of both face-to-face (F2F) retail and e-commerce
Projected e-commerce growth through 2025
Projected F2F retail growth through 2025
As 2022 winds down, it’s essential for payments professionals to understand the drivers behind future developments so they can take full advantage of them—and not be left behind.
In 60 data-rich minutes, this webinar will help you see both the forest and the trees as LatAm payments continue evolving in 2023.
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