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

U.S. Election

Trump May Ax Volcker Rule, Ease Banks’ Burden First, Whalen Says (Bloomberg)

Trump’s deregulatory stance expected to dilute financial reforms - Impact on governance will not be restricted to the US (Financial Times)

GOP Election Sweep Heralds Postcrisis Turning Point for Financial Regulation - Prospect of change might be mixed blessing for big banks, which could still end up facing fresh burdens (WSJ)

Donald Trump’s Financial Advisory Team Stocked With Wall Streeters - Many Republican policy hands and CEOs involved in past campaigns have steered clear of Mr. Trump (WSJ)

Bank Stocks Surge on Hope Trump Lightens Regulatory Load - Bank stocks rise on prospect of less regulation during Trump presidency (WSJ)

Donald Trump Took Aim at Dodd-Frank on the Stump - The president-elect was mostly mum on financial regulation, other than promising to ‘get rid of’ the 2010 law (WSJ)

SEC Widely Expected to Ease Postcrisis Rules During Donald Trump’s Administration - President-elect seen naming critics of Barack Obama’s response to financial crisis to positions at nation’s top markets regulator (WSJ)

FDIC’s Thomas Hoenig Cautions Policy Makers on Easing Capital Requirements - The bank regulator says a push by global policy makers for ‘capital neutrality’ is ill-advised (WSJ)

Britain rethinks property fund rules after Brexit investor panic (Reuters)

Central Bank of Ireland’s Philip R Lane: The European financial system after Brexit

Written evidence for the Public Hearing on the Review of the EU Macro-Prudential Framework by the European Commission (Bruegel)

The missing assets and the size of Shadow Banking: an update