Lenders can expect consumer demand for credit to diminish over the next 15 years because of demographic shifts, according to research presented at the International Credit Association conference last week in New Orleans.

Generation X, born from 1965 through 1982, will be less profitable than the much larger baby boom generation, experts said. They advised lenders to market harder to baby boomers and older people.

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