Oliver Wyman, a global management consulting firm, has found that the COVID-19 pandemic is transforming all aspects of business for debit issuers. Their downloadable report, COVID-19’s Impact on U.S. Card Issuers, offers insights related to the U.S. economy, positive signs for an economic recovery, how U.S. card issuers have been navigating the volatile shifts in transaction volume, and near-term as well as long-term recommended actions.
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