CFTC chairman drew criticism for pushing rules as term neared end.
By Ben Bain and Silla Brush, Bloomberg|January 04, 2017 at 03:37 PM
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Timothy Massad said he plans to step down as Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman on Jan. 20, clearing the way for Republican control of the top U.S. swaps regulator as President-elect Donald Trump takes office.
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