Bank credit officers this week urged their peers to adopt stronger risk-management tools, including computer models and credit-risk rating systems.

At the Robert Morris Associates annual conference here, bankers flocked to several "how-to" sessions on managing credit risk, where they were urged to end what some speakers called habitually passive risk management. About 600 bankers attended the Philadelphia-based trade group's gathering.

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