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Quarterly report on china online payment industry   2012 q1 brief
 

Quarterly report on china online payment industry 2012 q1 brief

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GMV of China online payment climbed 112.6% YoY, to 776 bn. RMB in Q1 2012, yet growing only 1.2% quarter on quarter.Online payment GMV for online shopping enterprises occupied remarkably less share ...

GMV of China online payment climbed 112.6% YoY, to 776 bn. RMB in Q1 2012, yet growing only 1.2% quarter on quarter.Online payment GMV for online shopping enterprises occupied remarkably less share compared with Q1 2012,namely 40.1% of the overall GMV.Air travel was in its off-season in Q1, but still grew steadily due to the increasing penetration rates. Online gaming GMV rose slightly. GMV of all the other segments of online industry grew more quickly than the above three. Meanwhile, traditional ecommercialized financial fields such as insurance and funds will become the focus of the competition in the future.

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    • Quarterly Report on China Online Payment Industry Q1 2012Beijing • Shanghai • Guangzhou • Shenzhen • Tokyo • Silicon Valley • Hong Kong www.iresearchchina.com
    • Measuring Data on Q1 2012Total GMV of China Online Payment GMV of China online payment climbed 112.6% YoY, to 776 bn. RMB in Q1 2012, yet growing only 1.2% quarter on quarter. China Online Payment GMV 11Q1-12Q1 1200 117.6% 130.7% 116.8% 112.6% 102.6% 1000 25.1% 34.8% 24.6% 1.2% 3.2% 800 767 776 616 600 457 400 365 200 0 11Q1 11Q2 11Q3 11Q4 12Q1e GMV (bn) QoQ growth rate(%) YoY growth rate(%)Note 1: Based on the seven payment transactions classified by People’s Bank of China, the data cover only online transaction of large-scaleenterprises. Transactions in money transfer, bank card receipts, mobile phone payment, etc. are excluded.Note 2: Online payment refers to money transfer under clients’ online command for business transaction on the desktop or laptop.Note 3: iResearch modified historical data based on the latest market landscape.Source: The data is estimated according to interviews with enterprise personnel and experts and iResearch statistical forecast model. 2
    • Measuring Data on Q1 2012Structure of Online Payment GMV Online payment GMV for online shopping enterprises occupied remarkably less share compared with Q1 2012, namely 40.1% of the overall GMV. Air travel was in its off-season in Q1, but still grew steadily due to the increasing penetration rates. Online gaming GMV rose slightly. GMV of all the other segments of online industry grew more quickly than the above three. Meanwhile, traditional e- commercialized financial fields such as insurance and funds will become the focus of the competition in the future. Structure of Online Payment GMV 12Q1 others Online 28.9% Shopping 40.1% B2B 34.6% online gaming 2C(including 3.3% B2C&C2C) 65.4% e- CommerceB2B 4.1% telecommunica tion 6.9% Flight Ticket 16.8%Note 1: Based on the seven payment transactions classified by People’s Bank of China, the data cover only online transaction of large-scaleenterprises. Transactions in money transfer, bank card receipts, mobile phone payment, etc. are excluded.Note 2: Online payment refers to money transfer under clients’ online command for business transaction on the desktop or laptop.Note 3: 2012Q1 Online Payment of China Transaction Industry reaches RMB 776billion.Note 4: iResearch modified historical data based on the latest market landscape.Source: The data is estimated according to interviews with enterprise personnel and experts and iResearch statistical forecast model. 3
    • Companies Performance in Q1 2012 Online payment landscape in China was relatively stable in Q1 2012. Alipay took the lead again, Tenpay came next, Chinapay, 99Bill, and Chinapnr ranked the third, the fourth and the fifth respectively, while YeePay and IPS were in the sixth and the seventh place. Structure of Third-party Online Payment Key Players GMV IPS Others 2.8% 1.9% YeePay 3.1% ChinaPnR 7.5% 99Bill Alipay 7.6% 47.8% Chinapay 9.1% Tenpay 20.3%Note 1: Based on the seven payment transactions classified by People’s Bank of China, the data cover only online transaction of large-scaleenterprises. Transactions in money transfer, bank card receipts, mobile phone payment, etc are excluded.Note 2: Online payment refers to money transfer under clients’ online command for business transaction on the desktop or laptop.Note 3: 2012Q1 Online Payment of China Transaction Industry reaches RMB 776 billion.Note 4: iResearch modified historical data based on the latest market landscape.Source: The data is estimated according to interviews with enterprise personnel and experts and iResearch statistical forecast model. 4
    • Prediction for 2012 Profitability to be new priority for key players Third-party payment industry in China has entered a new era of development. iResearch estimates that influenced by the investors and operating cash flow, third- party payment enterprises will shift their focus from expansion in sizes only to profitability as well as expansion in sizes. Some enterprises will abandon businesses with low profitability or with no profitability at all. Traditional businesses come to maturity Traditional businesses, represented by online shopping and online gaming come to maturity. Blue ocean strategy focused on innovation, attracts most of the attention of third-party payment enterprises. 5
    • Prediction for 2012 Compliance operation to facilitate speedy expansion of enterprises In 2012, China third-party payment industry entered the supervision and control year. Accompanied by the continual introduction of measures on compliance management and the growing pressure of supervision and control, compliance operation will be the theme for third-party payment industry. Integrated payment methods to facilitate the adjustment in companies’ strategies The integration of various online and offline payment services is taking its shape. Online payment has become one among various choices for the internet users. 6
    • Legal NoticesThe report is produced by iResearch Co., Ltd. All sentences, charts, tables and etc. in thisreport are under the protection of relative law and constitution on property rights inPeoples‘ Republic of China. The report may be used for informational purposes only. WithoutiResearch‘s written authorization, any organization or individual is not allowed to use theinformation in this report for any business purpose. Some sentences and statistics in thisreport are collected from public publications and their copyrights are owned by the originalpublishers. Without written authorizations from the original publisher and iResearch, no part ofthis report may be used for any business purpose.Statistics related to operators‘ revenue and market prediction are mainly obtained throughinterview, marketing survey, secondary sources and etc., some of which have not beenconfirmed by the related operators. In addition, statistics resulting from sample research in thisreport are influenced by sample structure. Due to the limitation of research method, limitedsample and research sample, part of the result may not precisely reflect the situation.Customers should use this report as only a reference material in making business decisions.iResearch does not guarantee the accuracy of all statistics in this report. 7
    • Thank you iResearch Consulting Group US office: Allen Chen Mobile: +1 650 283 5955 (US) +86 139 1073 0015 (China) Email: allenchen@iresearch.com.cn Beijing office: Will Tao Mobile: +86 136 9306 4820 Email: willtao@iresearch.com.cn