The PLC sector has recorded substantial growth over the last five years across
key markets, although it is still in a nascent stage in comparison with the
overall cards and payments industry. The growth is currently being driven by
prepaid cards, and this is expected to continue over the coming five years.
Taking its cue from western counterparts, with the exception of a few markets,
the sector in the Asia-Pacific region has maintained a safe distance from
private-label credit instruments.
Prepaid cards, mainly led by gift cards, will help the PLC sector to expand in Asia-Pacific. Retail and phone, and transit – two of three key end markets – are heavily dependent on prepaid cards for revenue generation. Fuel and fleet – the third key market – is also investing in prepaid cards for individual consumers, as the number of personal vehicles on the road has grown significantly in the last five years due to rising income levels and urban expansion. The number of issuers offering credit cards, however, will continue to fall as risk levels rise and the number of customers choosing them falls.
Retailers have started to use analytics to their advantage, and the structures use of customer information has enabled them to develop effective strategies, such as exclusive offers tailored for particular cardholders for important occasions in their lives. This not only increases sales potential but also builds a strong customer relationship. Issuers are also extending the benefits of analytics to their customers.
The PLC sector in the Asia-Pacific region is targeting specific consumer markets on the basis of their attitude and behavior. There is a strong focus on targeting premium consumers with a greater affinity towards lifestyle and fashion products. However, the food and leisure sectors have also emerged as favorites in the sector, while issuers such as Woolworths are looking to attract budget-conscious buyers.
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Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Private-Label Card Sector Dynamics
2.1 Sector Dynamics of Private-Label Cards in Asia-Pacific
2.2 Benefits, Risks and Challenges
2.2.2 Risks and challenges
2.3 Market Potential of Closed-Loop Prepaid Cards
2.3.3 Hong Kong
3 Industry Structure and Competitive Landscape
3.3 Hong Kong
4 Consumer Segmentation and Product Strategies by End Market
4.1 Product Strategies
4.1.1 Fuel and fleet
4.1.3 Transit System
4.2 Consumer Segmentation and Targeting
4.2.1 Fuel and fleet
4.2.3 Transit system
5 Sales and Distribution Strategies
5.3 Partnerships and Collaborations
5.4 Postal Services
6.3 Contact Timetric
6.4 About Timetric
List of Tables
Table 1: Singapore – Closed-Loop Prepaid Cards in Circulation (Thousands), 2008–2017
Table 2: Australia – Closed-Loop Prepaid Cards in Circulation (Thousands), 2008–2017
Table 3: Hong Kong – Closed-Loop Prepaid Cards in Circulation (Thousands), 2008–2017
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