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DALLAS — TNB Card Services has added two more CU card portfolios, picking them up from a California CU that exited the card-issuing business and from a Virginia CU that merged with another CU that already sold its portfolio to TNB. TNB Card Services is the card management and acquisition arm of the credit union owned Town North Bank. “TNB continues to watch for good opportunities to work with credit unions that want to offer their members an effective and competitive credit card program, but not operate that program themselves,” said Jay Kurian, first senior vice president with TNB Card Services. The $29 million Vision One Credit Union, originally chartered in 1951, is aimed primarily at optometrists. Its membership consists mostly of California practitioners, but it now offers membership to doctors in a total of 16 states and is planning to add more states.

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