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News in Systemic Risk: Tuesday, November 22, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

U.S. Election

Financial Regulators Scramble to Complete Postcrisis Rules - Republicans urge policy makers not to rush new regulations before President-elect Trump takes office (WSJ)

Why it won't be easy for Trump to repeal Dodd-Frank (CNBC)

Fed Post-Employment Restrictions

Fed Press Release

Fed Tightens Rules Addressing Alleged “Revolving Door” With Wall Street - More employees would be prevented from taking paying work from financial institutions for one year (WSJ)

Systemically Important Banks

Financial Stability Board:  FSB publishes 2016 G-SIB list

BIS:  Global systemically important banks: Assessment methodology and the additional loss absorbency requirement

Citigroup tops list of global banks posing systemic risk - Three of the biggest US lenders will have to hold extra capital (Financial Times)

New EU Rules Would Force Big Foreign Banks to Hold More Capital in the Bloc - Proposals would affect banks identified by regulators as institutions of significance to global financial system (WSJ)

Italy’s Banks Are in a Slow-Motion Crisis. And Europe May Pay.  (New York Times)

Bank of England:  Consultation on restoring the deposit protection limit to £85,000

ECB Financial Stability Review:  Addressing market failures in the resolution of nonperforming loans in the euro area

ECB’s Mario Draghi:  Introductory statement to the plenary debate of the European Parliament on the ECB’s Annual Report 2015

ECB’s Benoît Cœuré:  Addressing Europe's economic and political challenges

ECB’s Danièle Nouy:  The European banking sector - New rules, new supervisors, new challenges

ECB:  Decisions taken by the Governing Council of the ECB (in addition to decisions setting interest rates)

ECB:  Annual assessment of significance brings number of banks directly supervised by the ECB to 127

ECB Working Paper:  Bank efficiency and regional growth in Europe - new evidence from micro-data

Bank of Canada Review:  Reinventing the Role of Central Banks in Financial Stability