The lawyer has kept the market guessing over his approach to futures regulation
Timothy Massad became on Friday the world’s
most powerful derivatives regulator when he was officially
sworn in as the new chairman of the US Commodity Futures
Massad, whose appointment was long-awaited and came three
days after the US senate approved the move, is a former
assistant secretary at the US Treasury where he worked under
Timothy Geithner and managed the unwinding of the $700bn
troubled asset relief programme (Tarp).
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