WASHINGTON - Institutions that micromanage their consumer credit portfolios by using customer-specific data have been able to reduce their writeoffs while maintaining returns, according to a report on industry best practices released Tuesday.

These same banks have begun to consider more than just the probability of writeoffs when they conduct risk assessments of their consumer credit portfolios. They have recognized that other factors, such as the rate of customer attrition, can be managed to improve value.

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