Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan cautioned banking regulators Thursday not to become overly rigid in evaluating banks' efforts to manage risk.

While firmly endorsing the new supervisory focus on risk management, Mr. Greenspan expressed concern that examiners could get carried away and require banks to eliminate all risk.

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