NEW YORK – In the wake of President-elect Donald Trump's vow to revisit the post-crisis financial system, regulators appear open to making changes, but cautious about how far to go.

Speaking at the Clearing House Association's annual conference, Office of Financial Research Director Richard Berner said that it makes sense to take a holistic evaluation of the regulatory regime that has come into place since the financial crisis and determine whether those parts work individually and together.

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