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News in Systemic Risk: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 (10 a.m. ET)

Briefing: Trump and the Future of Financial Regulation -- Week Seven (WSJ)

Outgoing CFTC Chief Warns Against Rollback of Postcrisis Financial Overhauls - Focus on market liquidity, central clearinghouses, automated trading, cyberattack risks, Timothy Massad says (WSJ)

States to Feds: Back Off on New Fintech Bank Plan - One fear among state regulators is that payday lenders could exploit fintech charters, getting around usury laws (WSJ)

LSE CEO Sees Brexit Risking 232,000 Jobs, Market Stability (Bloomberg)

A make-or-break moment for Europe’s rules on bank crises (Financial Times)

China in a squeeze over financial liberalization - Authorities must tread carefully as they squeeze out the leverage that risks instability (Financial Times)

Ringfencing will help in the next banking crisis - The regulation is onerous but will be needed if a UK lender fails (Financial Times View)

Big Banks Lose Bid to Halt Crisis-Era Lawsuits (New York Times)

OFR:  Annual Research Review Fiscal 2016

BIS Working Paper:  Multiplex interbank networks and systemic importance - An application to European data