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ValueX Vail Presentation: Visa – Great Company At A Fair Price

Matt Griffith, CFA presentation on Visa Inc (NYSE:V) from ValueX Vail, June 19, 2014.

ValueX Vail Presentation: Visa

“It's far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.” – Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B) Shareholders Letter, 1989

“There is value in growth.” – Vitaliy Katsenelson, ValueX Vail Vail 2012

Visa's Business

“Never invest in any idea that you cannot illustrate with a crayon.” – Peter Lynch, Beating the Street

1) Cardholder makes purchase

2) Merchant transmits transaction to acquiring bank

3) Acquirer routes transaction over Visa Inc (NYSE:V)’s network to issuing bank

4) Issuing bank authorizes transaction

5) Merchant submits final transaction data to Visa for settlement

6) Funds transferred between cardholder’s account to the merchant’s account

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Visa Inc (NYSE:V) Network Transaction Revenue: ~22bps of volume

Non-Visa Network Transaction Revenue: $0.057 per transaction

Average Incremental Margin Since 2010: 76.5%1

No credit risk – a technology company operatinng in the financial services industry

ValueX Vail: Visa’s Strategy

  • Increase share of electronic payments as a percentage of global personal consumption expense (PCE)
  • Grow revenue streams outside of the US to greater than 50% of total revenue • Increase share of transactions processed on VisaNet
  • Invest in new businesses that provide additional value to customers in payment ecosystem and drive revenue growth

Global Conversion to Electronic Payments

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  • Visa Inc (NYSE:V) 2012 Volume: $6.4T and 28% share of $23T market (excluding Europe)
  • $11T cash conversion opportunity with the same share and monetization rate represents a potential revenue increase of 53% – solely from the shin to electronic payments

Risk of Declining PCE?

valuex Vail Visa PCE

  • 79% of US PCE is non-discretionary
  • US GDP per capita is the 12th highest in the world, which indicates a level of discretionary income above average levels
  • PCE looks very much like recurring revenue

Sustainable Competitive Advantage

  • Deep integration with all members of payment ecosystem
  • Consumers – 2.1B cards issued
  • When banks switch networks on their card portfolios, card re-issuance can lead to customer a6riFon of 10-15%
  • Reissuance is operaFonally complex and costly
  • Merchants – 36MM locations accepting Visa cards globally
  • Large number of cardholders ensures that merchants have incentive to accept Visa Inc (NYSE:V)
  • Banks – Relationships with 15,000 financial institutions
  • Transactions – 82B transactions in CY 2012
  • Knowledge of customers and their transactions allows Visa to provide value- add services to merchants and issuers that new entrants cannot (fraud avoidance, enhance volumes)

See full ValueX Vail Presentation: Visa – A Wonderful Company At A Fair Price in PDF format here.

VALUEx Vail 2014 Visa Presentation


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