Personal consumption expenditures around the world tend to have a secular growth rate between of 5 or 6 percentage points a year, said MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga. While he feels this scenario presents an “enormous opportunity” for MasterCard, he elaborated on another trend he felt troubled by:
“Eighty-five percent of transactions are conducted in cash or checks,” he said. “Only 15 percent today are in electronic forms of commerce, and it’s those electronic forms of commerce that we’re focused on trying to grow.”
Banga went on to stress that MasterCard’s goal is not just to gain market share within the 15 percent that exists today but to get a bigger piece of the total transaction pie. Watch below for more of Banga’s remarks on how he feels this might be accomplished:
“Taking the Paper Out of Payments” – Gary Flood, President of Global Products
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Interview with MasterCard’s Chief Emerging Payments Officer Ed McLaughlin
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Prepaid Innovation – One-on-One with Tim Murphy, Chief Product Officer
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“Cash is…” – Execs Finish the Sentence Sentence (the Must-Listen Responses!)
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The Cashless Vending Machine and Interactive TV Ad You Have to See to Believe
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