Trump's in, are you out? Tell us about how the election will impact your job

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Trump will be taking over the White House in January.

Is Donald Trump a disaster waiting to happen, or will his anti-regulation, market moving policies start to create another golden era for investment banking? We want to hear from you. Are you staying in the U.S. and riding the wave, or are you suddenly attracted to a role in the City of London? Did you vote for Trump? Are Trump voters being discriminated against? Let us know.

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