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News in Systemic Risk: Monday, November 28, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

U.S. Election

Don’t Bank on Relief for These Lenders - Investors shouldn’t count on lighter capital requirements for biggest U.S. banks (WSJ)

How to Kill the Volcker Rule? Don’t Enforce It - Big banks hoping a Trump administration will defang one of Dodd-Frank’s most-controversial pieces (WSJ)

Tensions Flare as Eurozone Bank Watchdog Tries to Bite - Danièle Nouy, facing a tough task, sends some bankers back to school (WSJ)

Greek Debt Relief Plan Said to Entail $35 Billion Bank Bond Swap (Bloomberg)

Fears mount of multiple bank failures if Renzi loses referendum - Up to eight lenders risk being wound up if No vote triggers prolonged market mayhem (Financial Times)

China banking regulator wrestles with $2.9 trillion off-balance sheet WMPs (Reuters)

Clearinghouses Park Billions in New Fed Accounts - CME Group, Options Clearing Corp. among large companies that have opened accounts at the Fed (WSJ)

ECB November 2016 Financial Stability Review

ECB’s Peter Praet:  The importance of a genuine banking union for monetary policy

ECB:  ECB publishes additional banking supervision statistics

ECB’s Julie Dickson:  Dealing with diversity – the European banking sector

BIS’s Claudio Borio:  The banking industry - struggling to move on