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News in Systemic Risk: Thursday, October 27, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

Prudential Regulation Authority’s Sam Woods:  The revolution is over. Long live the revolution!

EU proposes to phase in some bank capital rules – EU document (Reuters)

TARP Official to Congress: Require CEOs to Confirm No Wrongdoing at Their Firms - The request was spurred by prosecutors’ struggles to pin blame on senior executives for alleged corporate misconduct (WSJ)

Wall Street Braces for New Democratic Muscle in the Senate - A tougher regulatory environment pushed by Elizabeth Warren concerns big banks (WSJ)

BoE seeks details of UK exposure to Deutsche and Italian banks - Prudential Regulation Authority sent out request as eurozone banks faced market siege (Financial Times)

U.S. Treasury’s Antonio Weiss and Karen Dynan:  Housing Finance Reform: Access and Affordability in Focus

Office of Comptroller of Currency:  OCC Issues Responsible Innovation Framework

ECB:  Report on financial structures details structural changes in the euro area financial sector

Bundesbank’s Andreas Dombret:  Banks' business models as survival strategies for difficult times

Financial Stability Board:  FSB Regional Consultative Group for Sub-Saharan Africa discusses financial stability issues and regulatory reforms

BIS Paper:  Supervisory priorities in non-Basel Committee jurisdictions

Oh, Prudence: Chinese Official Waxes Lyrical on Banking Regulation - Poems by head of the Jiangsu's banking regulatory agency are effort to make local banks lend more responsibly (WSJ)

China Central Bank Seeks More Control Over Wealth-Management Products - High-yielding investment products will be subject to capital and other regulatory requirements (WSJ)

ICIR Working Paper:  Spillover Duration of Stock Returns and Systemic Risk