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Merchant Acquiring: Middle East 2016

Countries covered: Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Author: Lafferty Research

Publishing date: November 2016

Middle Eastern countries continue to deal with geopolitical events, ranging from the continued fallout of the Arab Spring and war in Syria to the global uncertainly over oil prices. From a payments services perspective, additional sets of limitations still prevail. Cash remains the primary means of payment in many markets in the region, and the conversion of unbanked consumers has been a significant challenge.

Despite these limitations, financial service organisations in the Middle East are striving to grow and enhance their services.

Merchant Acquiring: Middle East offers a fascinating benchmarking of the nine countries covered in the report, highlighting the many contrasts and experiences found within and between each market.

Lafferty Group's Merchant Acquiring research reports describe and analyse the changes taking place in the merchant acquiring landscape and build a comprehensive picture of the industry across seven main global regions: Africa, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America and Western Europe.

Lafferty Group's Merchant Acquiring series will help you to:

  • review your current strategies in a rapidly evolving market and identify the risks and opportunities facing the industry
  • examine key issues such as consolidations, acquisitions and alliances
  • benchmark your activities against your peers — nationally, regionally and internationally
  • prepare for the future with confidence in the knowledge that you have the latest data at your fingertips

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