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As risk surveys and reports keep piling up, Ernst & Young’s 2009 Business Risk Report stands out even though more than 100 global sector analysts polled predictably rank the credit crisis, regulation and compliance, and the deepening recession as the top three concerns. Fourth place is a surprise. “Radical greening” moves up from ninth place last year, as “environmental and sustainability issues continue to escalate, especially in carbon-intensive sectors such as automotive, real estate, oil and gas and utilities,” the report notes. The change in administration in the U.S. also raises the possibility of concerted government regulation, although “it’s too early to tell how that will go,” says Todd Tueller, partner and risk transformation leader at Ernst &Young’s LLP’s advisory services.

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