Capital One’s (COF) international credit card outstandings, not currency adjusted, increased 6.7% year-on-year (YOY) in the third quarter (3Q/15), while purchase dollar volume (PDV) soared 60.5% YOY. Delinquency dropped 69 basis points (bps) and charge-offs sunk 152 bps YOY.
The Big 6 issuers, based on U.S. outstandings of $925 billion, controlled 51.8% of the U.S. bank credit card business at the end of the third quarter. Chase led the pack with a 13.7% share followed by Bank of America (BofA) at 9.5%; Capital one (COF) at 8.9%; Citibank (Citi) at 7.0%; American Express (AXP) at 6.7%; and Discover (DS) at 6.3%.
U.S. Cash Dollar Volume (CDV) for Visa and MasterCard (credit + debit) in the third quarter (3Q/15) grew at an annual rate (YOY) of 4.6%.
Visa U.S. payment card (credit + debit) CDV for 3Q/15 was up 3.2%. MasterCard U.S. payment card (credit + debit) CDV for 3Q/15 was up 8.0%.
Yoyo Wallet has been ranked by KPMG as one of the top 50 emerging companies in the global financial technology space. Yoyo’s U.S. expansion comes after a successful $10 million A round that has boosted Yoyo to become the fastest growing mobile wallet in the UK, processing up to 65% of checkouts across participating locations.