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FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Allianz Chief Executive Officer Oliver Baete said on Thursday that the financial world was getting more dangerous, not safer, setting an ominous tone for investors. Baete, who oversees one of the world's largest insurers and asset managers, pointed to high valuations in the car and technology sectors, "accidents" like the failures of supply chain finance company Greensill and hedge fund Archegos https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/hear-no-evil-see-no-evil-how-credit-suisse-ignored-archegos-warnings-2021-07-29, and weaker banking regulation. Munich-based Allianz is one of the world's biggest money managers with more than 2.5 trillion euros ($2.84 trillion) in assets under management through bond giant Pimco and Allianz Global Investors.