Small Business Credit Cards Present a Unique Revenue Approach for Card Issuers

The small business market in the United States is vast, yet a lot of these businesses struggle to access the financial services they need. In response to cash flow issues and other financial challenges, small business owners are forced to make decisions that directly, negatively impact not only the businesses themselves, but the owners’ personal financial situations.

Many of these challenges could be fixed with improved access to small business credit cards. However, card issuers are understandably hesitant to approve card applications from potentially risky merchants. Even so, the small business card market presents unique revenue opportunities for issuers—and these opportunities should not be ignored.

To dig deeper into how organizations can run a successful small business issuance program and a risk-free way to do just that, Mercator Advisory Group and Aliaswire teamed up to host a webinar: Small Business Card Opportunities: A Unique Revenue Approach. The presenters were

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Annual Report on Imperial Finance & Trading’s Revenue, Growth, SWOT Analysis & Competitor Intelligence


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Imperial Finance & Trading Fast Facts

Imperial Finance & Trading’s annual revenues are under $1 million (see exact revenue data) and has 10-100 employees. It is classified as operating in the Insurance Agencies & Brokerages industry.

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Imperial Finance & Trading is a publicly traded company on using the ticker symbol EMG.
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Degree of Future COVID-19 Revenue Impact Is ‘Simply Unknowable’

Chubb Chairman and CEO Evan Greenberg insists the global P/C insurer has strong fundamentals, but warned at the same time that the ongoing pandemic crisis will spur unpredictable revenue challenges affecting many lines of coverage.

Broadly speaking, the insurer will likely take hits on the liability side and earnings via at least a temporary reduction in premium revenues, Greenberg explained during an April 22 investor call held to discuss Chubb’s Q1 2020 earnings.

“Our growth momentum, particularly in our commercial [property/casualty] business globally, continued into April, and we continue to experience improved rate to exposure,” Greenberg said. “As we go forward, offsetting that, will be a meaningful impact to growth from the health and economic crisis as exposures in important areas shrink for a time, with the impact varying by country,” Greenberg said.

Consumer-related lines including travel insurance, A&H “discretionary purchases” and automobile insurance will all take hits, as customers

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