WASHINGTON —The nation may not know who its President-elect is, but the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee has some ideas about what his legislative priorities should be.

The group of academics specializing in financial services concluded its quarterly meeting on Monday with the release of its quadrennial open letter to the winner of the presidential election and to Congress. The committee urged the incoming administration to focus on, among other things, refining several elements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and limiting the government-sponsored enterprises’ subsidies.

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