TLAC and MREL 2017

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Assessing constraints and opportunities ahead of TLAC & MREL final rule, implementation and constrictions

TLAC & MREL 2017 | 25-26 April | London

Key Highlights

Industry Preparedness
Industry’s response to initial proposals and practicalities and level of preparedness with uncertainties

Disclosure
Examining the levels and detail of disclosure required
to satisfy regulators

Interaction with Other Regulations
The interaction of TLAC & MREL with other industry regulations and the impact this will have on current outcomes

Basel IV
Impacts of the Basel IV release on TLAC & MREL and how they interact with each other

Pricing of Instruments
Focus on the efficient pricing of instruments and
securities throughout Europe

European Approach
Identifying variations in approaches to TLAC & MREL across Europe and the impact on local entities

Internal TLAC & MREL
Divergence in regulatory requirements and the impact on internal TLAC & MREL requirements

CRD, CRR, BRD Publication
Reviewing the suggested proposals under CRD, CRR and BRD frameworks and the implications to TLAC & MREL implementation

Ring Fencing
Reviewing UK ring fencing requirements and the parameters to understand the potential impacts on intragroup allocation of TLAC & MREL

Market Dynamics
Understanding how market dynamics will affect the ability to buy and sell TLAC & MREL

Hear from 20+ following senior risk management professionals:

Christoph Hittmair

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Global Head of FIG DCM


HSBC

Eleanor Gordon

Eleanor Gordon

Global Head, Recovery & Resolution Planning


Standard Chartered Bank

Frederic Zana

Frederic Zana

Head of Group Capital Steering


Credit Agricole CIB

Edward Stevenson

Edward Stevenson

MD, Head of Capital Structuring


Nomura International

Emil Petrov

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MD, Head of Capital Structuring


Nomura International

Glenn Leighton

Glenn Leighton

Head of Capital Solutions Group, FI DCM


Lloyds Banking Group

Day One | 25 April 2017

08:15 Registration and morning coffee

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION
INDUSTRY PREPAREDNESS
09:00 Examining the industry’s response to initial proposals and practicalities of preparing with so many uncertainties

  • Converting the rulebook into practical implementation
  • Building up sufficient loss absorbing capacity
  • Implementing into European legislation
  • Regulatory frameworks for issuing TLAC & MREL instruments
  • Time constraints: Delays making preparedness difficult
  • Resolvability assessment and identification of issuer resolvability

Emil Petrov, MD, Head of Capital Structuring, Nomura International PLC
Jules di Mambro, Executive Director, Goldman Sachs
Gilles Renaudiere, Capital Products, DCM Solutions, BNP Paribas
Arnaud Mezrahi, Co-Head of Capital Structuring, Société Générale CIB

SUBORDINATION
09:50 Considerations for proposed subordination rules: Cost, variations and impacts

  • Should there be a subordination requirement?
    • What types will be allowed
    • Effect on issuers and investors
    • Variations across the industry
  • Considerations for structural, statutory and contractual subordination
  • Considerations regarding risk of legal challenges
  • Creating tier 3 bail in-able MREL
  • Single point of entry model

Peter J. Green, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

DOUBLE SESSION
BASEL IV
11:00 Reviewing the potential Basel IV release and implications to TLAC & MREL numbers

  • Internal risk management proposals
  • Different interpretations across financial institutions
  • Strategy regimes for capital instruments
  • Introduction to Basel IV and potential impact on institutions

Glenn Leighton, Managing Director, Head of Capital Solutions Group, FI Debt Capital Markets, Lloyds Banking Group
Aatif Ahmad, International Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton

12:20 Lunch break and networking

INTERACTION WITH OTHER REGULATIONS
13.20 Exploring the interaction between TLAC & MREL with other industry regulations and potential changes to current outcomes

  • Large & intra group exposures
  • Treatment of non-viability
  • Pillar I & II capital
  • Impact on stress test results, capital ratios and RWA jurisdiction impacts
    • Minimising the impacts
  • RWA fluctuation impact
  • Impact on minimum under stress

Frederic Zana, Head of Group Capital Steering, Crédit Agricole

DOUBLE SESSION
CRD, CRR & BRD REPORT
14:00 Reviewing proposals under CRD, CRR & BRD publication and what it means for TLAC & MREL implementation

  • Reconciling TLAC proposals within existing EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive
  • Own funds for MREL requirements and eligibility of various instruments
  • Exclusions, deductions and holdings (including market-making)
  • Implications for capital issuance and pricing of external products
  • Applying global standards to each jurisdiction
  • What does it mean for how financial institutions will be operating and funding themselves?

Arnaud Mezrahi, Co-Head of Capital Structuring, Société Générale CIB
Julien Brune, Co-Head of Capital Structuring, Société Générale CIB

15:20 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

INTERNAL STRUCTURE
15:50 Incorporating internal structural changes for accommodation of TLAC & MREL

  • Handling loss absorption and recalculation needs
  • Distributing capital within groups if legal entity fails
  • Arrangement and organisation in practice
  • Mechanics in resolution situation
  • Ensuring efficient pre-positioned capital and management of internal subsidiaries

Matthijs van Oers, Principal Advisor Recovery and Resolution Planning, ING

INTERNAL TLAC & MREL – PANEL DISCUSSION
16:30 Reviewing internal TLAC and MREL requirements and overcoming regulatory uncertainties across jurisdictions

  • Consolidating bail-in-able items to satisfy host regulators
  • Pre-positioned debt and non-proposition
    • Collateralised and non-collateralised subsidiaries
  • Stand-alone vs group level entity reporting
  • Local regulatory requirements
  • Managing intragroup and subsidiary requirements

Matthijs van Oers, Principal Advisor Recovery and Resolution Planning, ING
Richard Staff, Senior Manager, Capital Management, Standard Chartered Bank
Julien Brune, Senior Manager, Co-Head of Capital Structuring, Société Générale CIB

17:20 End of day one

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Day Two | 26 April 2017

08:15 Registration and morning coffee

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION
EUROPEAN APPROACH
9:00 TLAC & MREL across Europe: Differences in approaches and impact of divergence across host regulators

  • National divergences in requirement approaches
    • Instruments
    • Pricing of TLAC & MREL bonds
    • Legal propositions
    • Timelines
  • Conflict between home and host nations
  • Impact on financial institutions with cross border subsidiaries
  • Levelling the playing field and regaining competitive ability

Glenn Leighton, Managing Director, Head of Capital Solutions Group, FI Debt Capital Markets, Lloyds Banking Group
Brian Kealy, Head of Capital Management, Bank of Ireland
Christoph Hittmair, Global Head of FIG DCM, HSBC

PRICING INSTRUMENTS
09:50 Managing costs of issuing and pricing instruments and securities across Europe

  • Fragmented solutions across Europe and globally
  • How pricing compares to previous instruments
  • Managing cost of issuing bail-inable securities as an issuer
  • Impact of increased costs and ability to fund
  • Comparing value opportunities across Europe: Investor perspectives

Christoph Hittmair, Global Head of FIG DCM, HSBC

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

PANEL DISCUSSION
MARKET DYNAMICS
11:00 The impact of market dynamics on the ability to buy and sell TLAC & MREL

  • Suite of options across Europe
  • Impacts once banks start issuing the new-style paper
  • Managing interest rate risk with TLAC; callable market evolution prospects
    • Impacts on investors & market
  • UK sterling – depth of sterling market for issuers?
  • Reduced investor appetite if all banks issue at once

Hans den Hoedt, Managing Director, Co-Head FIG DCM Western Europe, Goldman Sachs
Samir Dhanani, Director, Head of DCM Structuring EMEA, Credit Suisse
Edward Stevenson, Head of FIG DCM, BNP Paribas
Jonathan Gold, Managing Director, Co-head of EMEA DCM & solutions, Deutsche Bank

BUYERS OF TLAC & MREL
11:50 Buyers of TLAC & MREL: Buying on long term basis and increased costs

  • Buyers and holders of long term TLAC & MREL capital
  • Limited secondary liquidity
  • Higher tiers of capital; opco vs holdco instruments
  • Determination basis for point of non-viability
  • Investor riskiness driving up returns
  • Increased certainty for investors

Peter Diamond, Head of Flow Origination, FIG & SSA, Deutsche Bank

12:30 Lunch break and networking

INVESTOR APPETITE
13:30 Level of investor appetite in an increasingly saturated market ahead of final rule and implementation

  • Features of TLAC eligible instruments
  • Limiting investor saturation risk
  • Fitting expected industry issuance volumes to investor base capacity
  • Accessing different markets and harnessing demand
  • Level of investor appetite

Phil Pearce, Managing Director, Hybrid Capital & Liability Management, NatWest Markets

PANEL DISCUSSION
FINAL REQUIREMENTS

14:10 Examining expectations for final requirement and timelines for the upcoming year in preparation for final rule and implementation

  • Impact on issuing bonds
  • What features to include to meet all the new requirements
  • Being prepared – taking pre-emptive steps
  • Expected response from the regulators

Brian Kealy, Head of Capital Management, Bank of Ireland
Phil Pearce, Managing Director, Hybrid Capital & Liability Management, NatWest Markets
Vikram Gandhi, Director, Capital Solutions, Deutsche Bank

15:00 Chair’s closing remarks

15:10 End of Summit

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Aatif Ahmad, International Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton

Aatif Ahmad is an international counsel in the London office of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. He is a member of the firm’s Investment Management and Financial Institutions Groups.

Mr. Ahmad is a specialist in financial services regulation, advising on issues such as authorisation and passporting, marketing and financial promotion, conduct of business, market abuse, client assets and collateral, capital and liquidity, recovery and resolution, change of control and regulatory reform.

Mr. Ahmad is qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales with higher rights of audience, and was also called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2006.

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Julien Brune, Co-Head of Capital Structuring, Societe Generale CIB

Julien Brune joined Societe Generale’s Hybrid Capital team in 2008, and he was named Co-Head of Capital Structuring in 2014. Based successively in France and in the UK, he is in charge of the team’s activity for Northern Europe, Iberia, CEEMEA, and New Markets. He was instrumental in establishing SG’s international hybrid capital-related franchise thanks to high-profile transactions for financial institutions and corporates.

Prior to his current role, Mr Brune worked within the Asset-Based finance team, originating and structuring transactions for clients from the shipping and transportation sectors.  He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and ISAE-Supaero.

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Alvaro Camara, Head of Capital Management, EMEA, Goldman Sachs
Hans Den Hoedt

Hans den Hoedt, Managing Director – Co-Head FIG DCM Western Europe, Goldman Sachs

Hans is co-head of Financial Institutions Group Debt Capital Markets (DCM) for Western Europe. He joined Goldman Sachs as a managing director in 2010. Prior to joining the firm, Hans worked at ABN AMRO and Royal Bank of Scotland, where he worked in DCM Origination since 1999. He was global head of Public Sector Origination from 2004 to 2006 and moved to Financial Institutions Group DCM in 2006 to manage relationships with the group’s clients in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg for capital, senior unsecured, covered bonds, RMBS/SME ABS and derivatives. Hans earned a BA in Finance and Business Economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1995.

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Samir Dhanani, Head of Capital Structuring, Credit Suisse
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Peter Diamond, Head of Flow Origination, FIG & SSA, Deutsche Bank

Peter is a Managing Director and Head of Flow Origination FIG & SSA within the Financing and Solutions Group at Deutsche Bank. He is responsible for driving the flow global DCM franchise across Western Europe. Peter has worked within FIG DCM at Deutsche Bank since 2003 covering a number of regions, latterly primarily in the Netherlands. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Peter completed his MBA from NYU Stern and worked at RBS corporate lending and real estate finance.

Peter Green

Peter Green, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Mr. Green focuses primarily on structured credit, structured products and derivatives transactions. He represents investment banks, issuers, investors and other providers of financial services in relation to public offerings and private placements of debt instruments. Mr. Green also has extensive experience with reorganisation and insolvency matters and in relation to advising on financial regulatory issues.
Mr. Green’s experience includes the establishment of emtn and other continuous issuance programs, credit, equity, commodity and fund linked securities issuances, advising in relation to securitisations and collateralized debt obligations (both true sale and synthetic structures), asset backed commercial paper programmes for European and U.S. issuers, CPPI transactions and other matters involving structured derivatives. He has acted for arrangers, lead managers, portfolio managers, issuers, investors and rating agencies, advising on both the legal and regulatory aspects of such transactions.

Mr. Green has also advised financial institutions on a wide variety of regulatory issues including the impact of Basel III, CRD IV, EMIR, MiFID II / MiFIR, PRIIPs, the BRRD and the implementation of the ICB proposals for bank ring-fencing and bail-in in the UK.

Mr. Green is recommended as a leading lawyer by Legal 500 UK 2016.

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Jonathan Gold, Head of FIG DCM & Solutions, EMEA, Deutsche Bank

Jonathan is the Co-Head of Deutsche Bank’s FIG Capital Markets and Solutions Group in EMEA. He has over 16 years of investment banking experience, working with financial institutions on strategic transactions to support their overall regulatory, financing, hedging and optimisation needs. His primary focus has historically been on UK & Irish Financial Institutions, although he also works extensively across Europe on strategic banking projects. He has undertaken a wide-range of (repeat) recapitalisations for FIG clients, strategic liability management exercises, deeply subordinated new issues, as well as innovative structured derivative transactions.

Eleanor Gordon

Eleanor Gordon, Global Head, Recovery & Resolution Planning, Standard Chartered Bank

I have worked in the Financial services sector in a range of roles for around 15 years including working in both Retail and Corporate banking sectors as well as in functional roles including in compliance and treasury. Latterly I have been running the Recovery and Resolution team at Standard Chartered Bank.

Christoph Hittmair

Chrsitoph Hittmair, Global Head of FIG DCM, HSBC

Christoph Hittmair is a Managing Director and Global Head of Financial Institutions Group (FIG) DCM within Global Banking and Markets at HSBC. Prior to his appointment to this role in 2014, Christoph was European Head of FIG DCM, a role he held for four years. He joined HSBC in 2008 from Lehman Brothers where he held senior roles in the financial institutions area within investment banking, DCM and new product development. Prior to starting his career within the financial institutions area in 1991, Mr Hittmair received a business administration degree from the University of Vienna. He is a dual US and Austrian citizen.

In his expanded global role, Christoph will drive the funding and capital origination effort globally across the product spectrum to fully integrate HSBC’s FIG client approach and proposition. In this capacity he will coordinate closely with the FIG DCM teams in all regions and work with other Global Banking and Markets groups to develop and originate high value client solutions.

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Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares, Partner , Morrison & Foerster LLP

His transactional practice focuses on securities, structured products, derivatives and structured financings. In particular, he specialises in:

  • structured securities, particularly equity-linked, credit-linked and fund-linked, including CPPI structures and other equity and fund repackagings;
  • OTC derivatives, particularly credit-linked, fund-linked and equity-linked;
  • securitisations, CDOs and CLOs (cash and synthetic); and
  • receivables financings.

His advisory practice focuses on advising banks and other financial institutions in relation to International financial regulation, in particular in the areas of:

  • structured products, including PRIPs, MiFID/ MiFID II/ MIFIR;
  • OTC derivatives, such as the EMIR regulation and MiFID II/ MiFIR measures;
  • securities and financial instruments, including the Prospectus Directive, Transparency Directive and Market Abuse Directive;
  • financial sector capital and liquidity regulation including the Basel framework and CRD including CRD IV and CRR; and
  • recovery and resolution frameworks and bank ringfencing/separation measures, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive and the Banking Reform Act.

Mr. Jennings-Mares acts for banks, investment banks and other financial institutions, for issuers and investors in financial instruments and for providers and end-users of derivatives and structured products.

Mr. Jennings-Mares is recommended as a leading lawyer by Legal 500 UK.

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Brian Kealy, Head of Capital Managemet, Bank of Ireland

Brian joined Bank of Ireland in 1975 and worked in retail banking and credit until appointed financial controller of Dublin retail branches in 1988. In 1992 appointed financial controller of Corporate Banking business (both domestic and international clients). Between 1994 and 2003 held a range of senior positions in the Group Finance area including financial oversight of a range of group businesses and financial planning. Appointed to current role April 2003. Brian’s main responsibilities include Capital Strategy and Planning, Capital Raising, Liability Management, Rating agencies, Major involvement in Debt and Equity Investor relations, Investment Appraisal.

Brian holds a B.Comm and an MBA from University College Dublin. Member of Institute of Bankers in Ireland and Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants.

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Eleonore Lamberty, Head of Capital Treasury, ING

Eleonore joined ING’s Capital Management team in 2011 and in 2014 she was appointed  Head of Capital Treasury. Her main responsibility relates to capital markets products. This involves the structuring and issuance of capital instruments as well as formulating solutions to optimise the capital base and respond to regulatory changes.

Prior to joining the Capital Management team of ING, Eleonore worked in Capital Markets Research as a bank capital analyst and in Debt Capital Markets, as senior FI originator. . She started her banking career at Fortis Bank in Brussels and joined ING Bank in Amsterdam in 2006.

Glenn Leighton

Glenn Leighton, Managing Director, Head of Capital Solutions Group, FI Debt Capital Markets, Lloyds Banking Group

Glenn is responsible for subordinated capital product structuring, liability management, ratings advice and balance sheet advice. His team advises Lloyds Bank’s issuer clients on capital management, bank and insurance regulation, ratings optimisation, funding, liquidity management, and related corporate finance issues. Glenn previously worked for Barclays Investment Bank from 2000 to 2015 in the Financial Institutions Group, Balance Sheet Advisory and Financing Solutions teams. He started his banking career in Singapore in 1996 with Westpac’s Corporate and Institutional Banking division, after completing undergraduate law degrees at Chiba University (Japan) and Bond University (Australia), followed by a PhD in export credit insurance law at Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar.

Arnaud Mezrahi

Arnaud Mezrahi, Co-Head of Capital Structuring, Societe Generale CIB
Phil Pearce

Phil Pearce, Managing Director, Hybrid Capital & Liability Management, NatWest Markets, Royal Bank of Scotland

Phil joined RBS, now NatWest Markets, in January 2003 having spent the previous 11 years at HSBC. He has spent a number of years covering a wide variety of corporate and institutional clients across a broad product range, comprising both tax optimised domestic and cross border financing and investment structures.

Phil has spent the majority of the past 5 years closely following EU bank capital regulatory developments and has participated in a number of industry wide initiatives and lobby groups seeking to influence the final outcome of the CRDIV package of proposals and latterly Solvency II. Phil has worked on a number of bank, insurance and corporate hybrid capital transactions during this time including many new CRDIV and Solvency II compliant public market issuances.

Prior to joining the Hybrid Capital and Liability Management team in September 2010, Phil was seconded to the Non-Core Division of RBS and was part of the team that negotiated, executed and implemented the Asset Protection Scheme.

He has honours degrees in both Business Finance and Financial Services and also holds an MBA. He is a member of Chartered Management Institute, the Chartered Institute of Bankers, the Association of Corporate Treasurers, the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment and the Bankers Taxation Circle.

Emil Petrov

Emil Petrov, MD, Head of Capital Structuring, Nomura International

Emil Petrov is head of capital solutions at Nomura based in London. Emil leads a team that is responsible for the capital dialogue with Nomura’s investment banking clients in Europe as well as the origination, structuring and execution of non-equity capital transactions.

At present, Emil spends most of his time dealing with the impact of new regulation in the area of bank capital and loss absorbency.

Emil’s recently completed transactions include an Additional Tier 1 issue for a major European bank, an inaugural Tier 3 issue for a major European insurance company, several bank Tier 2 transactions and bespoke capital management projects.

Emil has spent 20 years in the industry of which 18 in capital solutions and has been with Nomura since its acquisition of certain businesses of Lehman Brothers in 2008. Emil holds a B.A. (Hons.) degree in European Business Administration from the European Business School at Regent’s University in London, a MBA (Finance) from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Corporate Finance qualification (CFq Advanced Diploma) from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

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Gilles Renaudiere, Capital Products – DCM solutions, BNP Paribas

Gilles Renaudière is a Senior Structurer in BNP Paribas’ Capital Products team, focussing on the structuring of banks and insurance companies’ hybrid instruments globally, as well as on the impact on financial institutions of broader regulatory capital developments.

As part of his role, Gilles liaises very closely with financial institution issuers, bond investors, rating agencies and regulatory bodies, balancing the interests of all stakeholders in order to advise his clients on optimal capital structures and the instruments available to meet the capital requirements of the new regulatory regime.

Prior to joining BNP Paribas in 2014, Gilles spent 8 years at UBS where he started his career in the Capital solutions team. He then held positions in the FIG Benelux (2005-2007) and Nordic teams (2007-2013)

Gilles graduated from Imperial College with a MSci in Mathematics and Computing, and holds a Master in Management diploma from HEC Paris

Edward Stevenson

Edward Stevenson, Head of FIG DCM, BNP Paribas

Edward has over 13-years of FIG DCM experience covering Northern European issuers. In 2010, he was appointed as Head of FIG DCM within Europe and has a team of 25 reporting to him. He has extensive experience covering the full spectrum of clients including Banks, Building Societies and Insurance Companies. Products executed include flow (senior, covered, ABS & liability management) as well as more structured trades including repos / balance guaranteed swaps / RWA and VIF trades.

Romke van der Weerdt

Romke van der Weerdt, Managing Director, Head of capital stucturing & liability management, ING

Within DCM Romke is globally responsible for the execution and structuring of capital instruments, like hybrids and liability management transactions for Corporates and Financial Institutions.

In Romke’s previous job he was Head of ING Group Capital Strategies for Capital Management. In this position he was responsible for the capital planning of ING Group and Bank, including the structuring and issuance of many capital instruments in the Capital Markets. Prior to that he was Head of Corporate Treasury of ING Group starting in 2008 and apart from regular bond issuance heavily involved in the 10 bn. state aid, the7.5 bn. rights issue and the restructuring of ING required by the EC.

In 1997 he joined ING, to work in the Finance department of ING Barings. In 2001 he became responsible for the Asset & Liability Management of the Dutch units of ING Bank. Romke obtained his Master’s degree in Economics in 1995 in Amsterdam and holds a postgraduate degree in Finance (RC).

Frederic Zana

Frédéric Zana, Head of Group Capital Steering , Credit Agricole CIB

Frederic Zana holds several graduations in Maths and Economics from the Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris, and a PhD degree from the Ecole des Mines de Paris.
He has been responsible for economic capital models for insurance or banks for 15 years. Within the Credit Agricole Group since 2001, after 8 years at the CIB, he is now responsible of the Group capital steering, and deals with topics ranging from pillar 2 to pillar 1 or rating agencies capital measures.

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