$49 per month*
Become a smarter investor today.
Become a smarter investor today.
This statistic highlights Visa’s Revenue Breakdown by Region from Q1 2016 onwards, split between the United States and other International regions.
Visa Inc has generated total revenue of $5.69 billion in Q1 2021 from the following regions:
|Regions||Q1 2021||Q1 2020||YoY Growth||Revenue share in Q1 2021|
(All figures in billions, except percentages)
Visa generates revenue from the fees it charges on debit and credit card transactions made by the government, merchant, strategic partners, businesses, and consumers. Events such as outbreaks of illnesses, pandemics, political uncertainties, international hostilities, armed conflict, etc affect the revenue that Visa could generate.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the lockdown was imposed in most countries and hence there was a reduction in expenditure incurred by the people because of high unemployment. Visa’s revenue from Client incentives and Data processing dropped by 6% whereas revenue from service dropped by 5% year-over-year in Q1 2021.
This article gives further bifurcation of such revenues based on regions.
Visa Inc. has generated $3.02 billion in Q1 2021 which is approximately 53% of its total revenue. However, revenue from the international regions has witnessed adverse year-over-year growth of -10% from $3.34 billion of Q1 2020.
In the international regions, Visa has its presence in countries like Australia, China, Colombia, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Qatar, Canada, India, Hong Kong, Argentina, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.
Visa has the highest market share in Ireland, United Kingdom, Spain, Finland, Poland, and Turkey. Certain competitors are more concentrated in a specific geographic region, such as JCB Co., Ltd. in Japan, Discover in the U.S., and UnionPay in China.
Revenue across the regions varied due to the Covid restrictions, such as markets like New Zealand and Singapore generated more revenue due to fewer restrictions while markets like Japan and Hong Kong, which had restrictions for most of the quarter, generated less revenue. Some of the major partners of Visa in international regions are Codat, Incomm, Soft Space, Data Integrated Limited, Ingenico, Antelop Payments, PayCore, etc.
Visa Inc. has generated $2.67 billion in Q1 2021 which is approximately 47% of its total revenue. However, revenue from the United States has decreased by 2% from $2.72 billion of Q1 2020.
In 2020, the Click to Pay facility of Visa went live with payment processors, merchants, and platforms in the United States. Also, more than 70% of face-to-face transactions in the U.S. are done using contactless payments. More than 80 of the top 100 merchants use tap to pay facility provided by Visa as a payment method.
Visa’s U.S. clients include community banks, national banks, fintech, and credit unions Some of the major partners of Visa in the U.S. are Alloy, Aurus, BridgePay, Cellfie, Checkbook, Codat, Fintel connect, Digitsecure, MagicCube, Sutton Bank, Cross River Bank, MetaBank, etc.
Visa Inc. is an American-based multinational financial service corporation that was launched in September 1958 as BankAmericard by Dee Hock. It was later renamed Visa in 1976. Its headquarter is located in Foster City in California. Visa Inc. completed its initial public offering in 2008 and its common stocks are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “V”.
Visa Inc. provides international payments systems worldwide. It provides facilities such as Clearing, authorization, settlement of payment transactions, fraud protection, assured payment for merchants, gateway services for merchants, digital products, Visa Direct, credit, debit, and prepaid products. Some of the major competitors of Visa are PayPal, UnionPay International, Mastercard, Capital One, American Express, and Discover.
Did you like Visa’s Revenue Breakdown by Region statistic?
Access thousands of more such key performance indicator data points, on listed companies, with Business Quant. You can also get started for free.
Always know what you’ll pay. No hidden costs or surprises.
* Billed annually, local taxes extra.
* Local taxes extra.