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Credit scoring overdose

As the director of risk analysis for the Office of the Comptroller of
the Currency, Jeffrey Brown spends most of his time reviewing how
banks use credit scoring and other risk-management tools. [1]

Credit scoring has revolutionized lending, but critics worry
institutions are pushing this technology beyond its limits.

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