The chart below shows the current ATM numbers for Europe. EAST also provides summary data for POS Terminal numbers in Europe.
EAST estimates that there are 414,167 ATMs in Europe, a 0.2% increase from the 2017 total. Overall numbers are declining in many countries, however an increase in non-bank ATMs in other countries has kept the overall total for Europe stable. There are 186,000 ATMs in Russia, 177,489 ATMs in Brazil, 103,419 ATMs in Indonesia, 60,000 ATMs in Canada, 50,930 ATMs in Turkey, 36,495 ATMs in Ukraine, 30,000 ATMs in South Africa, and 2,622 ATMs in Serbia, which are not shown in these totals.
The European breakdown by country is below.
In many European countries ATM numbers are falling as non-cash payments increase and cash payments decline. The chart below compares the ATM total in each country with the number of inhabitants – this shows that the number of ATMs per 10,000 people ranges from 11.9 to 2.8
EMV (also known as Chip and PIN) is a standard for the interoperation of smart cards and enabled POS terminals and ATM’s, for authenticating credit and debit card payments. The name EMV comes from the initial letters of Europay, MasterCard and VISA, the three companies which originally cooperated to develop the standard. For ATM EMV compliance numbers in each country see EMV Numbers 31-12-2012. EAST stopped collecting this data at the end of 2012.