Massad is set to bow-out as CFTC chairman and reserved one of his most outspoken speeches until late in his tenure
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
chairman Timothy Massad gave late on Tuesday what will be one
of his last speeches as the world's top futures regulator and
he was on good form at the London School of Economics:
Thank you, Eva, for that warm
introduction. I’m very pleased to be
I join you at a time of uncertainty. A
time when the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe are
all entering unchartered political waters. In the United
States, we are 10 days away from the inauguration of a new
president whose election defied all political predictions and
What Mr Trump’s
presidency will mean for both domestic policy and the role of
the United States in the world is difficult to predict. Here in
Britain, the vote to exit the European Union will take the
United Kingdom and Europe on a path that is not yet
known— to a new relationship that has not yet been
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