DALLAS — TNB Card Services, the card processing and card portfolio management arm for credit union owned Town North Bank has picked up the processing business of two more credit unions, one in Washington state and the other in Texas.

The two are the $116 million Energy Capital Credit Union of Houston, Texas, and the $24 million Generations Credit Union of Olympia, Washington.

The decision to change credit card processors for Energy Capital CU was driven by the need to expand its product offerings to meet member demand. The 73-year-old credit union's card program had become stagnant, although credit union membership had been growing. Its former card processor offered limited products and capabilities, which prohibited the credit union's ability to deliver a competitive card program, the processor said.

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