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About TBASCO

TBA Services Company, Inc., known as TBASCO, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Texas Bankers Association. Organized in 1987, TBASCO’s mission is to link TBA member banks with providers of high-quality products and services that support day-to-day bank operations.

At TBASCO, we do all the research for you by putting providers through a lengthy investigative process which is overseen by our 11-member TBASCO Board of Directors, comprised of 10 Texas bankers and the TBA President & CEO. TBASCO’s reputation for integrity and thorough due diligence means that you can trust and value the products and services deemed worthy to be awarded the title, “TBA Endorsed.”

Endorsed Partners

TBA Endorsed LogoOur TBA Endorsed Partners will help you increase your bank’s efficiency to maximize income and ensure the highest possible level of service to your customers. When considering a third party provider, look for the TBA Endorsed logo.





Upcoming Events

Preventing Deposit Fraud with Ensenta and Verafin

10/16/2019
Learn how real-time integration protects your institution and customers from deposit fraud losses.

BSA/AML Compliance and Management

10/23/2019
Learn how Verafin uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to enhance anti-money laundering efforts with complete BSA/AML functionality.

KUMBAYA! Bringing together risk, compliance and other business units

10/30/2019
Join us as we offer solutions for creating a harmonious, continuous and streamlined risk management program that actively interfaces with all relevant areas.

End-to-End High-Risk Customer Management & CDD/EDD

10/30/2019
Learn how Verafin identifies risk factors to segment customers into high-risk categories, stratifies the risk within those groups and provides a more accurate picture of your institution’s risk profile.

2019 CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium in Orlando – Space is Limited

11/10/2019
Register today for the financial industry’s most in-depth conference on the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), fair lending and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).