Rising commodity prices and the ensuing risk of inflation are seen as the biggest threats to the continued recovery of the global financial services industry from the 2008 crisis, according to a risk.net poll. A total of 40% of 355 respondents to the poll deemed this to be the biggest risk.
An escalation of the eurozone debt crisis is seen as the next biggest risk, garnering 32% of the votes. Some 12% of respondents saw regulatory risk from the current reforms as the greatest threat to financial
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