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News in Systemic Risk: Friday, January 13, 2017 (10 a.m. ET)

FSB Asset Management Blueprint

FSB:  FSB publishes Policy Recommendations to Address Structural Vulnerabilities from Asset Management Activities

FSB sets out blueprint to make asset management sector safer - Investors will not get immediate access to their cash in exceptional circumstances (Financial Times)

Financial Stability Board Releases Guidelines on Asset-Management Industry - Concerns including liquidity, the use of leverage and operational risks were cited by the global standards setter (WSJ)

Eight US regulatory predictions for 2017 - Davis Polk lawyers predict a new reform agenda in the US following the election (Financial Times)

Key Reforms From Dodd-Frank Shouldn’t Be Rolled Back, Yellen Says - Fed leader says law helped strengthen financial system and mitigate chance of another crisis (WSJ)

House Votes to Require More Cost Analysis of SEC Rules - Bill is among first of several deregulatory measures congressional Republicans are expected to advance this year (WSJ)

Paul Atkins, Trump’s Regulatory Adviser, Likely to Remain at Consulting Firm - Former SEC commissioner was considered candidate for Federal Reserve post (WSJ)

Nobel Prize-winning economist Oliver Hart on the financial crisis - The Harvard professor on how bank bailouts set a ‘terrible precedent’ and why the Brexit vote was understandable (Financial Times)

OFR:  Promoting Higher Quality and Lower Cost in Financial Regulatory Reporting

Bank of England:  Credit Conditions Review, Bank Liabilities Survey and Credit Conditions Survey