The elections have come and gone — now it's time for businesses and organizations to deal with the aftermath.

Risk managers need to be aware of several critical areas of potential change following the 2016 United States presidential and congressional elections, according to New York City-based insurance broking and risk management company, Marsh.

Immigration and trade have been front-and-center of Trump's campaign for president, but it's unclear what exactly he will do on those issues. Among Trump's proposals is a temporary moratorium on new business regulations and a directive to federal agencies "to submit a list of every wasteful and unnecessary regulation which kills jobs, and which does not improve public safety, and eliminate them."

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