Purchase installments come to terms with the crisis and reinvent themselves by focusing on financing purchases for children
by Pierangelo Soldavini
The Bnpl is undoubtedly the financial phenomenon of recent years, with a tumultuous growth that appears to be endless. Today it would be worth 180 billion dollars and could exceed 3 trillion by the end of the decade, with an average annual increase of 44%.
Difficulties are certainly not lacking, since the sector is under close observation and it is not excluded that in the short term the regulatory authorities will operate a strict regulation on a service that many compare to consumer credit, without however…