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GERMANTOWN, Md. — Mid-Atlantic Financial Partners, LLC said 2007 will be the year that it revs up expanding business services to other credit unions.

Launched in 2003, the CUSO is owned by $200 million Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union and $1.7 billion Visions Federal Credit Union. It currently serves its two owners and has amassed $20 million in commercial loans for both credit unions. MAFP has also done loan participations with a half dozen credit unions. For 2007, the CUSO said it will also offer its consulting services to help credit unions evaluate potential expansion opportunities.

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