The COVID-19 epidemic reached the Hungarian consumer lending market at the peak of a highly upbeat period marked by low interest rates, high levels of consumer sentiment and widespread optimism among the population about their ability to meet their debt commitments. Furthermore, various government initiatives had also created a favourable environment for growth in demand for consumer lending, particularly among families with children and those interested in buying a new house or apartment.
Consumer Lending in Hungary report establishes the size and structure of the market for ATMs cards, smart cards, credit cards, debit cards, charge cards, pre-paid cards and store cards. It looks at key players in the market (issuers and operators), number of cards in circulation, numbers transactions and value of transactions. It offers strategic analysis of sector forecasts and trends to watch.
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