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News in Systemic Risk: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 (10 a.m. ET)

Agencies Announce Joint Determinations for Living Wills (Federal Reserve)

Martin J. Gruenberg, Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Determinations on Resolution Plan Submissions of Eight Systemically Important, Domestic Banking Institutions (FDIC)

François Villeroy de Galhau: Monitoring Financial Stability, With Active Monetary Policies (BIS)

Supervisory and Bank Stress Testing: Range of Practices (BIS)

ECB Legal Conference 2017 – Shaping a New Legal Order for Europe: A Tale of Crises and Opportunities (ECB)

The Bank of England’s Approach to the Authorisation and Supervision of International Banks, Insurers and Central Counterparties (Bank of England)

Firms’ Preparations for the UK’s Withdrawal from the European Union: Planning Assumptions (Bank of England)

IMF Executive Board Discusses Proposals for Toolkit Reform, Concludes Review of the Flexible Credit Line and Precautionary and Liquidity Line (IMF)

US Banks Pass New Post-Crisis Milestone (FT)

Big U.S. Banks Get Satisfactory Grades on ‘Living Wills’ (WSJ)

Wall Street Banks’ Success in ‘Living Wills’ Marks Turning Point (Bloomberg)

House Passes Bill to Revamp Criteria for ‘Systemically Important’ Banks (WSJ)

BoE to Keep UK Financial System Open to Foreign Institutions After Brexit (FT)

Europe Seeks Crackdown on Brexit Bank Arbitrage (WSJ)

Bank of England to Shield European Banks from Tougher Post-Brexit Rules (FT)

Foreign Investment Banks in EU Face Tougher Central Bank Supervision (Reuters)

Banks Win Last-Minute Reprieve on Key Part of Mifid Rules (FT)

Europe’s Financial Regulation Chief Concerned about Cryptocurrency Volatility (FT)

Denmark Should Impose Countercyclical Buffer for Banks – Risk Council (Reuters)