WASHINGTON - The American Bankers Association last week joined a growing chorus of bankers and regulators warning of risk in the syndicated loan market.

The trade group issued a briefing paper from the office of its chief economist noting a surge in lending volume coupled with a decline in price in 1994 that has "led to an increase in the level of risk per dollar for many new syndicated loans."

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