CFTC head has given little indication how he will reform the futures body
The new chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Tim Massad has moved quickly to pick his team to run the US
futures regulator, effectively starting a new regime that has
the markets guessing which way it will go.
Massad, who was sworn in as CFTC chair on June 5, has
brought in two new senior legislators and asked three
incumbents to continue in their roles.
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