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News in Systemic Risk: Friday, November 4, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

Top National Bank Regulator Says He Won’t Be Lenient With Fintech Firms - Amid push for national charter, fintech firms will be held to same standards as banks, regulator says (WSJ)

Risks of ultra-easy ECB policy increasingly clear: Weidmann (Reuters)

Deutsche Bank Closer to Realizing Capital Boost From Hua Xia Sale - Chinese banking regulators approved transfer of Deutsche Bank’s minority stake in Hua Xia (WSJ)

Wall Street’s Campaign Season: Dodging a Bullet, Running into Wells Fargo - Sales scandal reignites public ire just as banks were receding from presidential candidates’ rhetoric (WSJ)

Europe's Housing Market Is Simmering, Not Bubbling - ECB data show pace of property-price growth exceeds long-term average (Bloomberg)

Seeing opportunity, private equity piles into UK home loans (Reuters)

ECB:  ECB Banking Supervision at a glance

ECB’s Benoît Cœuré:  Sovereign debt in the euro area: too safe or too risky?

FSB’s Svein Andresen:  Remarks at Chatham House Banking Revolution Conference