WASHINGTON - Bucking recent credit quality trends, a Federal Reserve Board report released Friday finds syndicated loan portfolios at many large U.S. banks are less risky than their loans to individual borrowers.

The Fed's quarterly poll of senior loan officers asked 56 domestic banks and 22 U.S. branches of foreign banks to describe the extent of their syndicated loan holdings and the quality of their portfolios.

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