Will more bankers turn to bodyguards for protection?

The Huffington Post carries the story of a bomb expolding at the offices of JP Morgan Chase in Central Athens, Greece today.

The story makes no mention of who may have claimed responsibility for the bomb, but it does mention that a warning was called in prior to the explosion. There doesn’t appear to have been any injuries.

This is the last thing that Greece needs right now when the world attention is focused on them as their economy is set to crash. With all of the banking crisis seen in the U.S. this past year or two, one wonders if American Bankers will start to take a closer look at their personal security.

Thebulletproofblog will closely watch the industry in the coming weeks and months and will report any trend that may appear to take shape.

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